What is a Meeting?  Why Should I Attend? 

A meeting is when two or more people gather together to share their experience, strength and hope with each other.. The Group has but one primary purpose, which is to help others to recover through the suggested Twelve Steps. Each Group is self-supporting through its own contributions. As the Twelve Steps are our guide to recovery, the Twelve Traditions are our guide to Group unity, growth and discipline. Its members maintain their personal anonymity at the level of press, radio, television and films.

The importance of the Group, what it constitutes and its functions cannot be stressed enough. Maintenance of our recovery depends on the sharing of our experience, strength and hope with each other, thus helping us to identify and understand the nature of our disease. Most addicts in CA achieve and sustain their recovery as a result of their participation in the activities of the Group.

The Group is the heart of Cocaine Anonymous and it is vital to the new member. It is equally important to those who have achieved recovery as a result of the program. They may continue to participate and receive assistance from the Group. The Group's total responsibility is perhaps best expressed by the First Tradition


“Our common welfare should come first; personal recovery depends upon CA unity.”