Cocaine Anonymous is an association of men and women who share their strengths, hopes and experiences with each other so that they might figure out their common issue, and assist other people to recover from their dependency.
Talking to someone on a common level is the best way to get through. Cocaine Anonymous is made up of addicts that are recovering from the ailment and who try to stay away from drugs by cooperating with other addicts. Although Cocaine Anonymous members come from a variety of social, ethnic, economic, and religions backgrounds, the one thing the share is their addiction.
To join, the only requirement is wanting to stop using cocaine and all other substances.
Any individual who needs to quit utilizing cocaine and all other personality modifying substances (counting liquor and different medications) is welcome. There are no membership fees; Cocaine Anonymous is completely self-supporting via our own donations.
Cocaine Anonymous will ask for voluntary donations to cover things like coffee, rent, literature, and services that will help people who are still suffering. However, there should not be any feeling of compulsion when it comes to contributions in the case of newcomers. They don't acknowledge gifts from associations or people outside the cooperation.
Cocaine Anonymous are not aligned with any group, section, legislative issues, association or foundation. We don't wish to participate in any contention and we neither underwrite nor contradict any causes.
Cocaine Anonymous does not work with any organisation to protect its values and credibility. Cocaine Anonymous is a spiritual programme but does not identify itself with any religious group. Members of Cocaine Anonymous choose their spiritual path to follow. Individual partakers may have feelings of their own; however Cocaine Anonymous in general has no assessment on outside issues. Majority of the hospital's, recovery houses and rehabs send their patients to Cocaine Anonymous to help them remain sober, but we don't have any affiliation with them.
The purpose for which Cocaine Anonymous was formed was to help members stop cocaine and other addictive substances and remain clean while encouraging others to achieve the same success.
The sole function of Cocaine Anonymous is to provide recovery to those who are battling with 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 complete healing and maintenance of sobriety for people who come to her for assistance is the major task of Cocaine Anonymous Although some members participate in things like drug addiction research, medical or psychiatric treatment, drug education, or propaganda on an individual level, Cocaine Anonymous does not participate as a fellowship.
All the people who show their commitment to quit cocaine use, including "crack" cocaine and other mentally dangerous substances can come to Cocaine Anonymous. There is no levy or charges for membership. While all external helps are refused politely, voluntary donations from members are used to settle all bills by Cocaine Anonymous.
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. They feel that someone who is addicted conversing with another can give a level of common comprehension and association that is difficult to get through different techniques.
Those in desperate need of help and understanding, talking with someone who has been through the same works great and gives them confidence that they too can overcome. The bond that develops between Cocaine Anonymous members is stronger than other social relationships.
To further their fellowship, Cocaine Anonymous has regular meetings where new members can find them and get help with the answers they're looking for.