Read the web pages under the “About” menu of our website.
Read our literature, in particular our 28-page Is CLA for You? A Newcomer’s Guide to Recovery booklet.
Attend our meetings. Our FAQs tell you what to expect. Try to listen with an open mind, ask questions during the newcomer part of the meeting (if there is one) or outside the meeting, get and use recovering members’ phone numbers.
We offer about 70 face-to-face meetings in six countries.
We also offer at least one phone meeting per day. Any phone meetings that mention CLA literature are great starting points.
Pray to a Higher Power, a power greater than yourself. We each choose how to define Higher Power. You can be an agnostic or atheist and still benefit from CLA.
Motivate yourself with recovery affirmations.
Familiarize yourself with our valuable “Tools of Recovery.”
Read our CLArity (or eCLArity) newsletter.
Serve CLA by volunteering.