We did everything in our power, but we still always seemed to come up short.
Have you ever used more cocaine than you planned?
Cocaine Anonymous believes that no one can decide for another whether he
or she is addicted. One thing is sure, though; every single one of us has
denied being an addict.
The obsession is a continued and irresistible thought of cocaine and the next
high . Once we have given in to this thought, our bodies take over. Our
compulsion consists of an absolute inability to stop using once we begin.
Over time, virtually every single one of us has realized that our real problem
is not cocaine or any specific drug, it is the disease of addiction.
Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their
experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their
common problem and help others recover from their addiction.
To help us work the Twelve Steps, Cocaine Anonymous uses a text entitled
Alcoholics Anonymous, commonly referred to as "the Big Book."
Here are some tips to help you stay clean and sober...
Thousands of recovering cocaine addicts are living drug-free and owning
their lives again, by actively using the tools of recovery in the program of
Cocaine Anonymous. These are some of the tools that work for us.
Special one-to-one relationships with our sponsors.
Cocaine Anonymous Meditation Book