What Is Cocaine Anonymous?
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.
Interacting with people in a language they are familiar with is the best method. Those who belong to Cocaine Anonymous are all addicts who are recovering and remain sober by working together with other people. 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.
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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. However, there should not be any feeling of compulsion when it comes to contributions in the case of newcomers. They do not take any donations or contributions from anyone outside of the group.
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. There are no links between Cocaine Anonymous and any religious group or belief, even though it is a spiritually inclined programme. 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 connected with any rehabilitations, hospitals or recovery houses, though several of these places do refer people to Cocaine Anonymous to keep them sober.
Staying clear of Cocaine and other substances that change the functioning of the mind and assisting other addicts to achieve same is the major role of Cocaine Anonymous.
Offering help to addicts to have a successful recovery is the only purpose 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.
Because there is already proof that it is effective, the Twelve Steps of Recovery is used at Cocaine Anonymous.
For anyone who comes to Cocaine Anonymous for help, the Fellowship only wishes to help with recovery and helping individuals stay sober. Though Cocaine Anonymous members may get into drug education, propaganda, psychiatric and medical treatment, and drug addiction research, the body does not engage in any of these as an organisation.
Anyone who wants to stop using cocaine, "crack" cocaine, or any other mind altering drug is invited to some to Cocaine Anonymous. There is no levy or charges for membership. 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. The Twelve Step recovery method from AA, which states that your own recovery is aided when you help others, is used by Cocaine Anonymous. 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.
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.
In the bid to instil this togetherness in the newcomers and to let them discover the unity that is shared, and maybe the solution to their individual addiction issues, constant meetings are held by Cocaine Anonymous.