While the name “Cocaine Anonymous” may sound drug-specific, we wish to assure you that our programme is not.

Whatever you have been using, if it led you here you are probably in the right place


Lots of us used a wide variety of mind-altering substances

Many of our members did a lot of cocaine; others used only a little, and some never even tried coke. We have members who drank only on occasion, those who casually referred to themselves as drunks, and others who were full-blown alcoholics.

Whether we focused on a specific substance or used whatever we could get our hands-on, we had one thing in common: eventually, we all reached a point where we could not stop.

If you think you might be struggling with addiction, try taking the Cocaine Anonymous Self-Test

C.A. Self-Test

Our real problem is not cocaine or any specific drug


It is the disease of addiction.

According to C.A.’s Third Tradition, the only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using cocaine and all other mind-altering substances. It doesn’t matter to us if you drank or what type of drugs you used; if you have a desire to stop, you are welcome in Cocaine Anonymous!

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Our experiences


Our stories may be different, but our emotional journeys are very similar

As we hear members stories, the most important question to ask ourselves is not, “Would I have partied with these people?” But rather, “Do these people have a solution that can help me stay sober?” If our stories sound like your story, if our experiences sound like your experience, if our problems sound like your problems, we may well have a solution for you.

Our Stories