What we DO

There are several elements to Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA), each vital to long-term recovery. The most basic elements are meetings, sponsorship and step work. Additional elements include fellowship and service.

Meetings and Sponsorship

CMA members share their experience with others seeking recovery. This is done at meetings and in a one-on-one relationship called sponsorship.

At meetings the program of recovery is discussed. All meetings are a safe place to share your experience, listen to others and to meet other recovering addicts. A sponsor is simply another addict, usually with at least one year of continuous sobriety, who makes suggestions and answers questions about the program. More information about Sponsorship is available HERE.

Step Work

The CMA program is set forth in the Twelve Steps. The steps give an addict a program to live life without the use of Crystal Meth or other mind-altering substance. An addict works the steps with a sponsor who shares his or her experiences and makes suggestions along the way.

Fellowship

We also share our experiences in a more informal setting called fellowship. Fellowship can include grabbing a bite to eat after a meeting, activities, or be as simple as a few CMA members getting together for coffee.

Service

Service is a commitment taken on a voluntary basis, either within the group as a whole or for a particular meeting. It can be as simple as making coffee or helping clean up after a meeting, or it can be more formal, like being a chairperson or general service representative for a meeting. For information on the different available service positions click HERE.

For more information, please read the Frequently Asked Questions