There are many CA service opportunities in Colorado. Service is a great way to help maintain sobriety. Click here to learn more about being of service. Service committee meeting times are published under events.
Area Service Committees
A number of committees have been established to help carry the message to the addict who still suffers. Below is information on some of those at the area level.
1. The Area Committee
The Colorado Area Service Committee provides and coordinates several services at an area (State) level. See section IV (page 2) of the Colorado Area Service Manual for more information.
2. The Convention Committee
The Convention Committee coordinates conventions to carry the message of recovery, unity and service to members of Cocaine Anonymous.
3. The H&I Committee
The Hospitals and Institutions Committee is responsible for the coordination of and active participation in Twelve Step work within hospitals and institutions. H and I stands for “Hospitals and Institutions.” This is a committee which, at the request of the administration of various hospitals and institutions, sends members of Cocaine Anonymous to those institutions to conduct meetings. CA is not in any way affiliated with the Institutions but does adhere to the special requirements of the particular facility (i.e. security/dress).
Q: How do I participate in H&I?
A: For more information contact the H&I committee which meets the third Saturday of every month at 9am. There are flyers in every CA meeting with more details on how to reach the H&I committee.
Q: Who may attend H&I?
A: You may attend H&I meetings if you have any clean time at all! Once again, certain meetings may require security clearance.
4. The IT Committee
The Information Technology (IT) Committee maintains the area website and utilizes technology to carry the message to the addict who still suffers. The IT committee has been rolled under the public information and phoneline committee. Feel free to contact us for additional information.
5. The Newsletter Committee
Publishes the area newsletter.
6. PIP Committee
The Public Information and Phoneline (PIP) Committee is responsible for distribution of literature and information to the public as well as managing the local CA hotlines.
7. The Structure and Bylaws Committee
The Structure and Bylaws Committee formulates bylaws, guidelines and structures by which Cocaine Anonymous can operate, day-to-day, at conferences and elsewhere.
7. The Unity Committee
The Unity Committee is responsible for the communciation and outreach among the diverse elements within the fellowship at all levels, in the interest of carrying the CA message. It is also suggested that this committee sponsor annual workshops and other forums to promote CA unity.