What New in the Meeting Directory

  1. Yes, there is a new map. We have aimed it at the USA. To see more of the world, or to zoom to your location, use the - or + accordingly.
  2. To the right of the directory we used to include a "jump to" menu. The version of that menu is currently unstable, therefore it is still in development.
  3. "Meetings Near This Meeting" shows a list of ALL meetings that are near to the meeting being displayed.

On the map above you will find -- addresses of CMA meetings worldwide. As you zoom into a teardrop marker, you may only see one teardrop at a final place but but as you hover over the teardrop it will show the names of all the meetings held at that particular location. There is no order to the meetings in this list.

:: You can insert and search the meetings closest to the zip code where you are.

MEETING SEARCH 



:: You can choose categories to refine your search for where meetings are located.

 


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. Regular meetings are encouraged to list their meeting time and place on local and national meeting lists. Groups are encouraged to register with CMA World Services and elect service representatives to the Area Assembly. 

Whenever two or more crystal meth addicts come together for the purpose of recovery they can form a CMA group — providing that, as a group, they have no other affiliation. Each group's primary purpose should be to carry the message to the addict who still suffers. By Tradition, each group is autonomous, conducting itself as its members see fit, provided that its actions do not impact other groups or the CMA Fellowship as a whole. CMA does not govern individual meetings, instead relying upon the spiritual principles outlined in our Twelve Traditions and Traditions Concepts to guide each group's actions.