Communications Advisory Committee
The purpose of this advisory committee is to develop, deliver and facilitate communication within the fellowship of CMA.
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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Advisory Committee
The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Advisory Committee mission is to engage the fellowship widely on issues related to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging.
Finance Advisory Committee
The purpose of the Finance subcommittee is to develop and implement policies and procedures in all matters concerning the finances of Crystal Meth Anonymous, Inc.
General Service Conference Advisory Committee
The purpose of the General Service Conference Advisory Committee is to produce the annual CMA General Service 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.
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Literature Advisory Committee — Written Contributions
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 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.
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Public Information & Outreach Advisory Committee
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.”