Crystal Meth Anonymous UK



According to Wikipedia, fellowships in this section follow reasonably close variations of the twelve steps and twelve traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. Please note that CMA does not have an opinion about these organisations or 'outside matters', however we are a small organisation, and it is often suggested that fellows visit one of the other twelve step fellowships available to them if they are unable to make a CMA meeting - links to some of these are listed here: 


Alcoholics Anonymous UK
Adult Children of Alcoholics UK
Al-Anon UK for friends and families of alcoholics
Cocaine Anonymous UK

Clutterers Anonymous UK
Co-Anon UK, for friends and family of cocaine addicts
Co-Dependents Anonymous UK, for people working to develop functional and healthy relationships
COSA UK – For anyone whose life has been affected by another person's compulsive sexual behavior
Debtors Anonymous UK
Emotions Anonymous, for recovery from mental and emotional illness
Families Anonymous UK, for relatives and friends of addicts
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous UK
Food Addicts Anonymous
Gamblers Anonymous UK
Gam-Anon UK, for friends and family members of problem gamblers
Heroin Anonymous UK

Marijuana Anonymous UK
Narcotics Anonymous UK
Nar-Anon UK, for friends and family members of addicts
Nicotine Anonymous
Overeaters Anonymous UK
Online Gamers Anonymous
Pills Anonymous, for recovery from prescription pill addiction.
Sexaholics Anonymous UK
Smokers Anonymous
Sex Addicts Anonymous UK
Sexual Compulsives Anonymous UK
Survivors of Incest Anonymous UK
Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous UK
Sexual Recovery Anonymous UK
Underearners Anonymous UK
Workaholics Anonymous


Links to other twelve step fellowships