What Is Cocaine Anonymous
Cocaine Anonymous is a gathering of people from all walks of life with the common problem of cocaine addiction who meet to share and encourage each other on their recovery journey from addiction.
The ultimate way to reach a person is to chat with him/her on a shared level. Everyone who belongs to Cocaine Anonymous is recovering from addiction and is able to stay sober through working with others. 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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Any person who desires to quit using cocaine and all the other drugs that produce mood changes (including alcohol and other substances) is very welcome. The major factor is to support the group through voluntary contributions, so no mandatory payments are demanded.
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. In any case, newcomers require not feel committed to contribute. No outside funds are received either from individuals or organisations.
Cocaine Anonymous are not aligned with any group, section, legislative issues, association or foundation. In order to stay focused and not be involved in arguments and debates, we do not align ourselves with any other cause.
There are no affiliations with other external organisations for Cocaine Anonymous, in the bid to avoid any complex issues. In spite of the fact that Cocaine Anonymous is a spirituality program, they don't adjust themselves to any religion. The definition of their individual spiritual life as they want is an exclusive right of all Cocaine Anonymous members. Though individual members may have their own opinions, Cocaine Anonymous as an entity do not have any opinions on external affairs. 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.
Cocaine Anonymous' basic role is to remain free from cocaine and all other personality adjusting substances in addition to help other people accomplish a similar opportunity.
All Cocaine Anonymous focuses on is to help recovering addicts overcome their addiction. Collaborating with people who suffer the same ailment has been discovered as the best method of becoming and remaining sober.
The Twelve Steps of Recovery is used by Cocaine Anonymous, due to its proven positive effects.
For anyone who comes to Cocaine Anonymous for help, the Fellowship only wishes to help with recovery and helping individuals stay sober. Cocaine Anonymous don't take part in the fields of drug enslavement research, restorative or psychiatric treatment, sedate training or promulgation in any shape, in spite of the fact that individuals may take an interest in such exercises as people.
Cocaine Anonymous is interested in all people who express a longing to quit using cocaine, including "crack" cocaine and also all other personality altering substances. There is no levy or charges for membership. Services and expenses for running the programme are raised from voluntary contributions given by members; we do not accept donations of any kind.
The program of rehabilitation was adjusted from the program created by Alcoholics Anonymous in 1935. Like AA, Cocaine Anonymous utilizes the Twelve Step recuperation strategy which includes services to others as a way towards recuperation from enslavement. They believe that an addict chatting to another addict can offer a degree of shared understanding and partnership that's difficult to get via other manners.
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.
Regular meetings are held by Cocaine Anonymous to help these bonds grow and provide an opportunity for new members to join to gain the assistance they are after.