Cocaine Anonymous (CA), created in 1982, is a Twelve-Step recovery program that was developed in line with the philosophy of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) to treat cocaine addiction. Support groups such as A A, which follow the Twelve-Step recovery method, are among the most commonly recommended treatments for alcohol and drug disorders in the United States. AA, which was created in 1935, rapidly grew in popularity and consequently, various other groups were formed including CA, Narcotics Anonymous, and Methampethamine Anonymous. Group therapy is one of the primary approaches to treating alcohol and drug addictions; overall, Twelve-Step programs such as CA have been associated with positive treatment outcomes. Research has further shown that active participation in CA facilitates abstinence from cocaine. The National Institute on Drug Abuse ...

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