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What is CMA?

Mar 5, 2018 | Drug Addiction, QA

There are many kinds of 12-Step programs that cater to different addictions. One of the newer 12-Step programs that is available for someone struggling with addiction is Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA). The program was founded in 1994 in West Hollywood, California. The first meeting was open to potential members at the West Hollywood Drug and Alcohol Center.

The program is designed to help people that are struggling from methamphetamines to give them a chance to recover from a terrible addiction that has left them badly mangled. CMA is typically the last house on the block for an individual that cannot find a solution for cessation of their crystal meth abuse.

CMA relies on promoting abstinence of mind altering substances such as alcohol, inhalants, psychoactive drugs that are not prescribed by doctor, as well as methamphetamines. Meetings, working the steps, sponsorship, and spirituality are the basis of the program to help persons who are addicted to drugs, specifically crystal meth, come together to support each other.

The experience that Crystal Meth Anonymous is established on is the philosophy that crystal meth addiction is a “progressive disease illness that cannot be cured, but which, like some other illnesses, can be arrested, by not using one day at a time”. CMA “advocates a 12-Step recovery program for spiritual development, no matter what our religious belief or background. The first step in our recovery is an admission by the addict that he or she is powerless over crystal meth, and that life has become unmanageable”.

The point of CMA is get together people that have pain from their addiction and have continuously struggled over their crystal meth abuse for long enough. They get together frequently through meetings and fellowship to reinforce each other in their recovery progress. Where two or more are gathered with a pot of coffee and their program book, Crystal Clear – Stories of Hope, recovery can ensue with the help of one another.

Once the doors were the open, the fellowship immediately began to grow. As of 2015, Crystal Meth Anonymous has been reported to have fellowships in a hundred cities around the United States. CMA may not be one of the largest 12-Step programs yet, although the program has been proven to assist many individuals that have crystal meth addictions to help them cross over to the solution that their program suggests for them to recover.

If you have an addiction to crystal meth, Serenity Oaks Wellness Center can assist in helping you transition into recovery. Our seasoned staff can be instrumental in showing you how to live in 12-aspects to help you maintain long-term sobriety.

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