CMA groups are indeed spiritual entities regardless of the place at which they gather. While meeting in-person is the foundation of our CMA fellowship, some CMA groups have moved beyond physical boundaries to online or telephone meetings. By creating safe, “virtual” spaces for crystal meth addicts to meet anywhere, groups can fulfill our primary purpose, to carry the message of recovery to the still-suffering addict.
On this page you can find online meetings to join. You can also register your online meeting on the CMA online meeting directory. If your group is interested in starting its own online meeting, keep reading.
Find an Online/Hybrid Meeting
Additional Meeting Links
Start an Online Meeting
We continue to receive inquiries on how to start online meetings, choose online platforms, develop new meeting formats, and find ways to practice the Seventh Tradition. We have collected some experience from the Fellowship in regards to this matter.
Decide if you want to create a new online meeting or attend one that already exists.
There are a variety of existing online and hybrid CMA meetings accessible here.
If you decide to create your own online meeting, you’ll need to choose a platform.
We do not wish to tell any group what to do or not do. Each group must decide what works best for their needs. There are many options for converting to online or phone meetings. CMA does not endorse any specific one of these.
Many groups are currently using one of the online platforms listed below for their CMA meetings. You can visit these providers to get more information on how to use their platforms to set up an online meeting.
- Google Hangouts/Meet
- Free Conference Call
Share the information about your Meeting
Share with your group members and your local CMA service entities the information, meeting schedules, and relevant instructions for your meeting. If you have a locally developed resource you’d like to share, let us know.
Additional Help for Online Meetings
We have included a section on this page with online meeting resources to help you have an online meeting. You can also request additional help and guidance on this topic by reaching out to your local CMA District or Area, or to the Communications or Public Information and Outreach Committees.