For The Professional
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. The foundation of the fellowship is regular attendance at meetings where members discuss how they achieved sobriety and a new outlook on their way of living. We recommend a program of recovery which includes the Twelve Steps of recovery set forth by Alcoholics Anonymous.
We have come to realize that addiction is a progressive disease that can only be arrested, but never cured. Denial and rationalization are part of that illness. Most addicts resist any suggestion that addiction could be the root of their problems. They may also resist any suggestion of a Twelve-step recovery program as a possible solution. Recovery begins with the addict's recognition that they are powerless over their addiction and that their life has become unmanageable. Expect that until the addict is ready to make such an admission, rejection of the health care professional's diagnosis is common!Read more: For The Professional - to request assistance