Cocaine Anonymous is a support group of men and women who help each other through recovery by sharing their experiences, strength, and hope.
Interacting with people in a language they are familiar with is the best method. The individuals from Cocaine Anonymous are all recouping addicts who keep up their individual sobriety by working with others. Members of Cocaine Anonymous come from different ethnic, religious, social and economic backgrounds, though what they do share is their addiction.
The qualifying criteria to be a member is that one wants to quit using cocaine and other substances of abuse.
So far as you desire to quit using cocaine and other substances that hamper the functioning of the brain (including alcohol and other drugs), you are highly welcome. There are no levies or charges for enrolment; we are completely self-supporting through our own particular commitments.
Cocaine Anonymous do request deliberate commitments at gatherings to cover costs, for example, espresso, lease, writing and administrations to help the individuals who are as yet enduring. That said, new members shouldn't feel obligated to give. They don't acknowledge gifts from associations or people outside the cooperation.
Cocaine Anonymous is also independent of any religion, political affiliation, organization, or institution. Cocaine Anonymous don't want to become engaged in any controversial matter and don't oppose/endorse any causes.
Cocaine Anonymous are not allied with any external organisation in order to prevent any possible complications and to remain honest. Although they are a spiritual programme, Cocaine Anonymous link with no religion. Members of Cocaine Anonymous are free to describe their own spirituality as they view appropriate. While each member is free to have opinions of their own, Cocaine Anonymous does not officially have an opinion on outside issues. They also do not affiliate with any rehab, hospital, or recovery residences, but many organizations like these do recommend patients to Cocaine Anonymous to help them stay drug free.
Cocaine Anonymous' main goal is for their members to stay off of cocaine and other mind altering drugs and to help other members achieve the same goals.
All Cocaine Anonymous focuses on is to help recovering addicts overcome their addiction. People have demonstrated that working with others who are coping with the same problems is the most effective way to get sober and stay clean.
The Twelve Steps of Recovery is used by Cocaine Anonymous, due to its proven positive effects.
The sole purpose Cocaine Anonymous is to help individuals who come for help stop cocaine and other drug use and remain free. Cocaine Anonymous is not involved in any research, treatment whether medical or psychiatric, education or any misrepresentations of facts,- members are free to engage in anything outside the programme.
All the people who show their commitment to quit cocaine use, including "crack" cocaine and other mentally dangerous substances can come to Cocaine Anonymous. No membership fees and dues are involved. The costs suffered are supported by non-compulsory donations of the members of Cocaine Anonymous and Cocaine Anonymous respectfully refuse any donations from outside.
The program that was designed by Alcoholics Anonymous in 1935 is being used for recovery. Like AA, Cocaine Anonymous implements the Twelve Step method, which emphasizes service to others as the way to recovery. It is believed that a person with experience is better placed to understand and empathise with one struggling with the same addiction.
For someone desperately searching for hope about their own addiction, hearing from someone who has recovered and is passing on the experience is a really powerful message. There rises a bond among Cocaine Anonymous individuals that upsurges above all other social limits.
Cocaine Anonymous hold consistent gatherings to promote this association and to permit new individuals to discover them and, maybe, the responses they look for.