Cocaine Anonymous World Services
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What is C.A.?
H.O.W.- Honesty, Open-mindedness, & Willingness
...And all other Mind-altering Substances
A Guide to the 12 Steps
A Higher Power
The 7th Tradition
12 Principles
Being of Service
C.A. is also for the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual or Transgender Addict
Choosing Your Sponser
Cocaine Anonymous Self-Test
Do's and Don's for 12th Step Calls for Addicts
The First 30 Days
Having Fun in Recovery
The Home Group
Tips for Staying Clean & Sober
To the Newcomer
Too Young to Recover?
Tools of Recovery
The 12 Steps & 12 Traditions
Cocaine Anonymous World Service Manual
A Quiet Peace
Cocaine Anonymous was formed in November of 1981, when several recovering addicts met and established the first C.A. Group. With its all-inclusive Third Tradition and First Step, C.A. welcomes anyone with a drug or alcohol problem and offers a solution.  Now, for the first time, Cocaine Anonymous presents a daily meditation book, written by its own members.  Inspirational thoughts, words of introspection, and useful guidance for living life serenely, have been assembled into one helpful reference tool.  Those familiar with C.A. will immediately recognize the program's distinct "flavor" incorporated into the quotes, meditations and daily thoughts.  Readers not yet familiar with Cocaine Anonymous can experience a true sampling of the love, acceptance, and friendship found within the C.A. Fellowship.  Hope, faith, and courage abound in A Quiet Peace.  It is our hope that all will enjoy and benefit from the wisdom and spiritual insights offered herein.