Am I an Addict? Only you can answer that question. For many of us, the answer was clear. We could not control our drug use. Our lives had become unmanageable. Have you tried to stop using crystal meth and found that you couldn’t stop? Do you find that you can’t control your use once you start? If so, you may be suffering from the disease of addiction. The fellowship of Crystal Meth Anonymous can help.

Can I Recover? There is a solution. Our experiences may differ externally , but internally we believe they are very much the same. Many of us that had been arrested, lost our jobs and the trust of our family and friends, now lead productive, honest and purposeful lives. To do so, we place our sobriety before all else and remain open to a spiritual life. If you want what we have, and are willing to go to any lengths to get it, then you are in the right place.

We encourage you to stay close to the CMA fellowship and experience recovery with us.

How Can I Stay Sober?

  1. Attend meetings and fellowship. Meetings are where we find the support of others who are recovering from crystal meth addiction.
    We suggest the newcomer attend 90 meetings in 90 days in order to get a better understanding of how Twelve Step recovery can help you.
  2. Get a sponsor and do Step work.
    A sponsor is a person in the fellowship that helps guide us in working the Twelve Steps.
  3. Get involved in service. One of the best ways to stay sober is to help others in recovery.
    Even a person with only two days sober can help someone with one day.

CMA members work a “spiritual program”, based on the “12 Steps” that originated in Alcoholics Anonymous. We are free to define what spirituality means to us. No one is forcing you to believe in a God or any certain form of spirituality, and many of us choose to believe simply that the “program” itself and/or the fellowship is a higher power that which restores hope in our lives and guides us into recovery. It is crucial that we adhere to three basic vital principles – Honesty, Open-mindedness, and Willingness. With these we are well on our way to Recovery.

The only requirement to be here is a “desire to stay clean.”

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