The aim of our Fellowship is to carry the message of Cocaine Anonymous by working with the media and within the community by making ourselves known to individuals, community groups, businesses and other interested parties affected by drug addiction.
We are able to look at ways to:
Deliver an informative presentation of our Fellowship for professional or educational organisations.
Send information and literature to the professional community: doctors, therapists, courts, probation departments etc.
Provide members to share their experience in prisons, detox and rehabilitation centres.
Set up and maintain regular Cocaine Anonymous meetings within institutions.
Man booths at health fairs, open days, colleges and universities etc.
Provide members for interviews on radio or print*
Cocaine Anonymous freely share our programme of recovery, experience, strength and hope.
CA Speakers share a message of recovery by keeping the focus of their sharing on how addiction affected their lives and how CA has changed their lives.
If you are interested in any of the listed services or feel there is another way we could help please get in touch using the contact form below. We aim to reply within 24 hours.
* Please note, the most important Tradition of our organisation is anonymity. Our members always take care to preserve their anonymity at the public level of press, radio, television and film. We ask for your invaluable assistance to preserve the anonymity of our members by not using their names or identifying photographs in any facet of the media.