Kansas Area Crystal Meth Anonymous Meetings
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What is CMA?
CMA is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other, so they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from addiction to crystal meth. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using. There are no dues or fees for CMA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. CMA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; and neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to lead a sober life and to carry the message of recovery to the crystal meth addict who still suffers.
Kansas CMA Meetings
We currently have meetings in Overland Park, Kansas City, Kansas and Topeka.
CMA Group One Meets at St Mark's United Methodist Church 6422 Santa Fe, Overland Park KS 66202 on the following:
Sunday, 8 pm
Monday, 8 pm (Big Book Study)
Tuesday, 6 pm
Tuesday, 8 pm (Just For Today Reflection Meeting)
Wednesday, 8 pm
Thursday, 8 pm
Friday, 8 pm (Speaker Meeting)
Saturday, 8 pm
CMA in KCK meets at Salvation Army KCK Citadel at 6723 State Avenue, KCK, 66102 on
Wednesday, 6 pm
Saturday, 2 pm
Non-Tweakan Topekans meets at FORA, 1100 SW Wanamaker, Rd #5, Topeka, KS on:
Thursday, 5 pm
Saturday, 5 pm
Stranger Tweakers meets at the Easton Methodist Church, 201 N. 4th Street, Easton, KS 66020 on:
Wednesday, 7 pm
Connections meets at The Phoenix, 145 N Wabash Ave, Wichita, KS 67214 on:
Tuesday, 7 pm
If you think you need help with addiction to crystal meth, call our 24 hour national helpline at
A Sober Tool Box
We suggest building a tool box full of tools to help you stay clean and sober through the 12 steps, recovery literature, meetings, abstinence, and finding new ways to enjoy life. You can learn more about this through CMA's Pamphlet a Sober Tool Kit at https://www.crystalmeth.org/for-the-fellowship/cma-literature/cma-pamphlets/
Sponsors are people who share their experience in recovery with other addicts, providing encouragement, support, suggestions, and their own example. They can help us to look for opportunities for growth and to see our own progress as it occurs. Learn more about sponsorship through our pamphlet What About Sponsorship available at https://www.crystalmeth.org/for-the-fellowship/cma-literature/cma-pamphlets/
About Alcohol and Other Drugs
We suggest Total Abstinence from all mind altering drugs and alcohol including any medications not taken as prescribed by your health care provider. For more information on how other substances can lead back to addiction to Crystal Meth see our pamphlet What About Alcohol and Other Drugs at https://www.crystalmeth.org/for-the-fellowship/cma-literature/cma-pamphlets/
Helping others in their journey toward sobriety can also help us in our own recovery. Service, which is part of the 12 step of Crystal Meth Anonymous, can be carried out in many ways, such as making coffee, welcoming newcomers, helping clean up after a meeting, leading groups, visiting addicts in hospitals and institutions, or sponsoring addicts when you are ready to help others with the example of your own recovery. Come get involved!