For The Fellowship

CMA Literature

Crystal Meth Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other, so they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from addiction to crystal meth. CMA Documents can be downloaded individually or in a Download Package. 

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Crystal Clear - Stories of Hope

"Crystal Clear – Stories of Hope" is a collection of personal stories of recovery from the members of the Twelve-Step fellowship Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA). Members of CMA describe their personal journeys getting clean and sober; their process of working the Twelve Steps; and offer their experience, strength and hope for those struggling with addiction to crystal meth.

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Voices of the Fellowship

Read a few stories of recovery or listen to shares from our fellowship members.

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Group Resources

Resources for CMA meetings and groups are available here.

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CMA Advisory Committees

The CMA Advisory Committees are involved with service to the newcomer and all members in recovery in the fellowship  of Crystal meth Anonymous.

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CMA General Service Conference

The 2019 General Service Conference will be held in Fort Lauderdale, FL. October 3-6, 2019.

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CMA Speaker Recordings

The recordings on this page are used with permission.

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Literature Advisory Committee -- Contributions

You can be a part of the growing story of CMA.

The CMA World Services Literature Advisory Committee is looking for contributions of written material for future versions of our book.  Please write either an essay about your step experience or a personal story similar to the ones found in the "Big Book" of Alcoholics Anonymous. Please keep your writing to a max of 4000 words. Other contributions of writing can be made also.

Please know that if selected for publication, your material may be edited in keeping with our literature guidelines plus CMA's Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. Submissions may also be copy edited to ensure ease of comprehension and adherence to standard rules of grammar and punctuation as well as current CMA style guidelines. In addition, editorial staff may also substitute different words and/or revise sentence structure for clarification. If you donate your written work, you must further understand that this material may be retitled and/or reprinted in more than one CMA publication.

Thank you, Literature Advisory Committee

Our First Connection with CMA

For most of us, our first connection with CMA was at a meeting of Crystal Meth Anonymous. A meeting usually takes place at a specific time and place where two or more addicts come together for the purpose of recovery.  In contrast to a meeting, a CMA group is a spiritual entity that exists beyond the specific time and place of the meeting for the purpose of carrying the message to the addict who still suffers.

Resources for Groups:

List Your Meeting on this Website



Order Chips and Paid Literature


Download and Print Free Literature  


Make Seventh Tradition Contributions

Being of Service in CMA

Are you currently a sober and clean member of Crystal Meth Anonymous and looking for a little more -- something? Come and 'Be of Service' at a CMA meeting or at the Group / Area / or Intergroup level. At the group level, CMA members can share the word of hope and recovery. At the area or Intergroup level you can be of service the CMA community at large.

A team of recovering crystal meth addicts can make a CMA meeting both fulfilling and so that it will grow and offer support and assistance to other recovering crystal meth addicts.
 
- CMA meetings need a Secretary. The Secretary is responsible for the overall running of the meeting. He/she selects the Speaker and Leader each week. Are you a CMA meeting Secretary? Have you listed your meeting?

- If the meeting has more than say 5 or 6 members that attend on a regular basis, the meeting should have a treasurer.

- A Literature person to handle CMA literature, brochures and such stuff.

- A Chip/Cake person presents the chips at the end of the meeting and presents a cake for anyone celebrating a sober/clean anniversary.

- A Greeter at the door before the meeting starts to welcome everyone to the meeting and help new folks at the door.

- A Cleanup person who is in charge of making sure the room is left the way you found it (or better) before the meeting started.

- Some of our groups have a Sponsor/Matchmaker who keeps track of those people willing to be of service as a temporary sponsor until the newcomer chooses a permanent sponsor.

- A GSR (General Services Representative) who represents the interests of the meeting at the Area and General Services Committee levels.