• Admit that you lack the power to stay clean on your own. • Make sobriety your #1 priority. • Throw away all your drugs and drug paraphernalia. • Don’t deal drugs. • Go to meetings daily. • Get phone numbers and use them. • If your dealer calls, hang up and call someone on your phone list. • If no one is home and you’re in trouble, call the C.A. helpline. • Stay away from people, places and things with which you associate drug use. • Choose a home group; let people get to know you. • Get a sponsor and call your sponsor every day. • Work the Twelve Steps of Cocaine Anonymous with your sponsor. • Read the books and literature. • Be of service; get a commitment at a meeting. • Be honest, open-minded and willing (H.O.W.). • Don’t get too hungry, angry, lonely or tired (H.A.L.T.). • Keep it simple. We stay clean and sober one day at a time. • Pray. Ask questions. Seek answers. • No matter what happens, keep coming back! • Be patient. Recovery takes time. • Remember, we care.
Remember: Get phone numbers of C.A. and make a list of them