Local Weekly CA Meetings

Please see meetings page for full details

Monday

19:30 - Weymouth: ONLINE

19:30 - Poole: Closed until further notice

19:45 - Bournemouth: ONLINE

20:00 - Boscombe: ONLINE

Tuesday

10:30 - Boscombe: ONLINE
19:30 - Southampton: ONLINE

19:30 - Bournemouth: Closed until further notice

19:45 - Boscombe: Closed until further notice

Wednesday

07:00 - Boscombe: ONLINE

10:00 - Boscombe: ONLINE

19:45 - Boscombe: Closed until further notice

19:45 - Tuckton: ONLINE

19:45 - Dorchester: ONLINE

19:45 - Southampton: Closed until further notice

Thursday

19:00 - Bournemouth: Closed until further notice

19:30 - Bournemouth: ONLINE

19:30 - Southampton: ONLINE

19:45 - Bournemouth: Closed until further notice

20:00 - Ringwood: ONLINE

Friday

19:00 - Salisbury: ONLINE

19:30 - Southampton: Closed until further notice

19:45 - Boscombe: ONLINE

19:45 - Yeovil: ONLINE

20:00 - Christchurch: ONLINE

Saturday

10:00 - Boscombe: ONLINE
10:00 - Fareham: Closed until further notice

10:30 - Bournemouth: ONLINE

Sunday
18:45 - Boscombe: ONLINE
19:00 - Salisbury: ONLINE

Due to protective measures against coronavirus (COVID-19) we are currently following the latest government guidance and have closed all local Cocaine Anonymous meetings. 

Regular online meetings are being hosted by local CA Groups.

Please visit our meeting page for full details.

The national Cocaine Anonymous helpline remains open 0800 612 0225 

WHAT IS CA?

Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from their addiction.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using cocaine and all other mind-altering substances. There are no dues or fees for membership; we are fully self supporting through our own contributions. We are not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organisation, or institution. We do not wish to engage in any controversy and we neither endorse nor oppose any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay free from cocaine and all other mind-altering 
substances, and to help others achieve the same freedom.

IS COCAINE ANONYMOUS FOR YOU?

The best way to find out if Cocaine Anonymous can help with your drug problem is to attend a local meeting, however please see the below pamphlets and click on the artwork for further information. CA has worked for thousands of our members and we believe we can help any drug addict who wants to live clean and sober.

News

ALL MEETINGS CLOSED

Due to protective measures against coronavirus (COVID-19) we are currently following the latest government guidance and have closed all local Cocaine Anonymous meetings. 

Regular online meetings are being hosted by local CA Groups.

Please visit our meeting page for full details.

The national Cocaine Anonymous helpline remains open 0800 612 0225 

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