MACA ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR ALL CA GROUPS   (November 11, 2018- January 13, 2019)

  • The Cambridge CA Meetings on Tuesday and Friday night need Support – Please attend!!
  • Friday “Freedom to Choose” group is planning to vote on a possible meeting format change at the business meeting December 28th. All group members please attend!!
  • Women’s Place commitment which CA has supported for many years needs female speakers; please help and contact Ernie D at 508-259-4410 for more information.
  • If anyone is interested in starting a commitment at South Bay Corrections please contact Ernie D for more information – Great way to spread the message of CA!!
  • Hospitals and Institutions always need Volunteer Speakers. Please consider helping at a facility near you regularly. Need 3 months sober to speak and 6 months sober to chair. All are welcome! Just show up or contact H & I Chairman Ernie D.
  • Vermont Ski Weekend is coming January 25-27th, 2019 at Nikki G’s Retreat House in Chester, VT!! $165 per person – payment includes 2 nights lodging and breakfast. Only 22 spots available on a first come, first serve basis. Flyers will be distributed soon. Please contact Charlie C at 617-599-9844 or for more information.
  • Next MACA Meeting January 13, 2018 at 6:15pm 3rd floor conference center Cambridge Health Alliance, 1493 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA – Great way to get involved in service work!!
  • Atlantic North Regional Convention is being planned now for October 2019 in Niagara Falls area. Anyone who wants to get involved please contact Atlantic North Region Trustee – George M at for more information!!
  • CA World is looking for people to publish inspiring recovery related stories in the Newsgram at
  • MACA Hotline number is 617-539-6090 and the website is for more information about CA, meetings, commitments, upcoming events, and announcements.

Massachusetts Meetings:

  • Tuesday – “No Matter What”- 7:30-8:30 pm – Cambridge
  • Friday – “Freedom to Choose” – 7:00-8:30 pm – Cambridge
  • Sunday – “Any Lengths” – 7:30-8:45 pm – Norwood

Service provides an opportunity to get out of ourselves and think of others. Being of service is a good way to share our experience, strength, and hope while enhancing our lives and the lives of others. It also helps us become useful members of society. Working with others for a greater good builds friendships, unity, and helps keep us sober. Service is how we give back what was so freely given to us and express our gratitude to Cocaine Anonymous. – Excerpt from the CA pamphlet “12 Principles” at