Welcome to CAPhilly.org

There is a solution. Recovery is possible.

“Courage isn’t having the strength to go on – it is going on when you don’t have strength.” – Napoleon Bonaparte

Who We Are

Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other, that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from cocaine addiction.

First Time Here?

 If you are new to C.A., or have never been to a C.A. meeting, but you think you might have a problem with cocaine or any other mind-altering substance, you are in the right place at the right time.

Meetings: What To Do First

Raise your hand tonight and ask for help and phone numbers.  Don’t be afraid to say that you are having a hard time staying clean.  We were all right where you’re at – when we first came.

2023 CAPhilly Convention

March 17th-19th 2023

Pre-registration for the 2023 CAPhilly convention is now open!

Pre-register now for $89 before the price increases on January 1st 2023.


Hotel Rooms can now be booked at a discounted rate of $119 per night.

Book your room before February 17th 2023 to get the discounted block rate.

One Day At A Time

“There is no cure for addiction, just a responsibility to the self upon each new day to remain sober.”

Although not taken from one of the 12 steps, Alcoholics Anonymous and their “Big Book” are attributed for the phrase, “live one day at a time”. It derives from the original concept of AA which is that each individual each has 24 hours of sobriety. Essentially, this means that each individual has a daily obligation to feed their spiritual needs, including managing their own sobriety. There is no cure for addiction, just a responsibility to the self upon each new day to remain sober. This allows individuals in recovery to not have to fret over a commitment to sobriety forever, but only the present day. Taking sobriety on for today is an easier pill to swallow than forever, and allows an individual to feel comfortable with their recovery goals.

Questions about recovery?