Cocaine Anonymous - What Is It?
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. 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. Cocaine Anonymous does not discriminate against members either on the social, race, economic or religious status, they focus on what they all share, the addiction to cocaine.
To join, the only requirement is wanting to stop using cocaine and all other substances.
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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 charges to join Cocaine Anonymous; the group supports itself through members voluntary contributions.
Coffee, rentals, materials and other services offered to struggling addicts are covered by Cocaine Anonymous asking for voluntary contributions at meetings. In any case, newcomers require not feel committed to contribute. They don't accept any contributions from people/organisations that are not part of the association.
The Cocaine Anonymous does not liaise with any institution, organisation, politics, denomination or sect In order to stay focused and not be involved in arguments and debates, we do not align ourselves with any other cause.
Cocaine Anonymous are not allied with any external organisation in order to prevent any possible complications and to remain honest. 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. While each member is free to have opinions of their own, Cocaine Anonymous does not officially have an opinion on outside issues. They are not partnered with any rehabs, recuperation houses or healing centres, however many do allude their patients to Cocaine Anonymous to keep up their balance.
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.
Ensuring that addicts defeat this ailment of theirs is the major mission of Cocaine Anonymous. Individual experience has demonstrated that the best approach to achieve and keep up sobriety is to work with others experiencing a similar illness.
Cocaine Anonymous utilize the Twelve Steps of Recovery, since it has as of now been demonstrated that the Twelve-Step recuperation program works.
The complete healing and maintenance of sobriety for people who come to her for assistance is the major task of Cocaine Anonymous Cocaine Anonymous don't participate in substance addiction research, psychiatric/medical treatment, substance education, or any form of advocacy, though members may take part in these activities in their individual capacity.
Anyone in trouble with cocaine, "crack" cocaine or any other substance of abuse and needs help are welcome to Cocaine Anonymous. No one has to pay dues or fees to belong. Expenses are paid through voluntary contributions from Cocaine Anonymous members and they do not accept outside help.
The program of rehabilitation was adjusted from the program created by Alcoholics Anonymous in 1935. Just like Alcoholics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous make use of the 12-step recovery approach, which uses service to other people as a path towards recovery from dependency. 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.
The fact that a person has made a recovery from his/her addiction, and is openly sharing this experience with the next individual, is a strong message for a person who's desperately looking for a solution for his/her own addiction. There develops a bond amongst the members of Cocaine Anonymous that goes beyond all of the other social restrictions.
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.