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Finance Advisory Committee

The purpose of the Finance Advisory Committee is to develop and implement policies and procedures in all matters concerning the finances of Crystal Meth Anonymous, Inc., including ways and means to generate funds necessary for the continued growth of the fellowship, in accordance with the Twelve Traditions and Twelve Concepts of Crystal Meth Anonymous. The Finance Advisory Committee carries out this purpose through the following activities:

1. Drafts annual CMA budget and advises on the budget process
2. Recommends other financial priorities
3. Advises on:
-Acquisition of assets in a manner consistent with CMA's Twelve Traditions and applicable laws
-Management, maintenance and protection of assets
-Liabilities and contingent liabilities
-Required financial filings
-Ensuring that receivables are collected on a timely manner
-Ensuring that invoices and other payments are made on a timely manner

Utilization of assets (i.e., expenses) to meet the needs of CMA as determined by trusted servants in a manner that benefits CMA and does not inure to individuals by asking:

i. Does the expenditure support the mission of CMA?

ii. Is the expenditure disallowed by CMA Bylaws or applicable law?

iii. Has the expenditure been properly authorized in writing?

4. Acts as a resource for CMA groups on financial matters including but not limited to advice on negotiating leases and other contracts.


General Service Conference Advisory Committee

The purpose of this advisory committee is to produce the annual CMA General Service Conference. The Conference Advisory Committee carries out this purpose by:

  1. Soliciting bids from Areas or Districts of CMA to host the annual Conference.;
  2. Recommending host cities to the GSC.
  3. Working with the local host committee to produce the Conference.
  4. Setting the agenda for the Conference.

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Public Information & Outreach Advisory Committee




PI&O Advisory Committee of the GSC


Purpose and Responsibilities

CMA PI&O has one ultimate focus, and it mirrors the primary purpose of each CMA Group, “to carry its message to the addict who still suffers.” CMA PI&O accomplishes this in three ways: 

Providing information to the public regarding the CMA fellowship.
Providing information to the "non-addict" whose work or association may be involved with an active crystal meth addict.
Providing information to the CMA fellowship, keeping it well informed so that members and groups may work more effectively to carry the message.

With this understanding, the CMA PI&O Subcommittee developed the following Vision and Mission statements:


PI&O Vision Statement:

“All those affected by crystal meth are informed of Crystal Meth Anonymous.”


PI&O Mission Statement:


“To provide and communicate consistent and readily available information and resources to all those affected by crystal meth.”

Literature Advisory Committee

The purpose of this advisory committee is to produce literature for the Fellowship of CMA. The literature produced by this committee should carry the message of recovery from crystal meth addiction through the application of the spiritual principles outlined in the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of CMA. The Literature Advisory Committee carries out this purpose by:

  1. Soliciting literature submissions from individual members of CMA;
  2. Writing and editing literature;
  3. Adhering to the guidelines for literature adopted by the General Services Conference;
  4.  Recommending such literature for approval by the GSC and the Conference.

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Hospitals & Institutions Advisory Committee

The primary purpose of the Hospitals & Institutions Advisory Committee is to carry the Crystal Meth Anonymous message of recovery to individuals who are confined, restricted, or otherwise unable to attend a Twelve Step CMA meeting.

Many times, an H&I meeting is the first introduction to Crystal Meth Anonymous that many inmates, clients, or patients receive. Therefore, it is important that our message of recovery through the Twelve Steps be informative, clear, concise, positive, and solution oriented.

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