Hot Topics

Welcome to Hot Topics
The Greater Los Angeles District Events and Information

The Los Angeles District of CMA now displays 92 meetings for the current week, of all types and locations, sorted by time. “GSR Updates” are readily available HERE.

Today’s Upcoming Meetings

Local Time Meeting Location Region
7:30 am Thursday Morning Meditation Open
Blessed Sacrament Church
In-person and Online
Los Angeles County
6:00 pm CMA Newcomer Meeting Open
Los Angeles County
6:00 pm Let's Talk About Sex - 1st & 3rd Thursdays Closed: Addicts Only
Los Angeles County
6:00 pm Are You A Tweaker? Open
Fountain Valley Alano Club
In-person and Online
Orange County
6:30 pm Steps to Freedom-Steps Meeting Open
LGBTQ Community Center
Riverside County
7:00 pm Downtown TnT Meeting Open
Los Angeles County
7:00 pm Palm Springs Speaker Meeting
Riverside County
7:00 pm Online Big Book Study Open
Atlantic Alano Club
In-person and Online
Los Angeles County
7:00 pm CLEAN QWEENZ Closed: Addicts Only
Riverside Community Center for Spiritual Living
Riverside County

Is your meeting information correct on the CMA World website? Are you registered as the contact person for your meeting? Meeting Secretaries should double-check the type of meeting and accessibility settings to ensure that all attendees are aware of the meeting’s location and any changes or updates. All updates to the LA District website and CMA World can be made conveniently by clicking HERE.

The Los Angeles CMA Helpline

The CMA Helpline is seeking volunteers to spread the message of recovery to newcomers and to provide assistance by answering calls and responding to text messages. If you are interested in volunteering for this committee, please reach out to us for more information.

LA Area Events

Find out more about Street Trouping and Meeting Crashers. CLICK HERE for a list of all upcoming events.

Street Trooping
Street Trooping is an important part of Public Information and Outreach (PI&O) that helps spread the message of recovery to those struggling with crystal meth addiction. Volunteers drop off cards with the CMA helpline at places where those in need are likely to find them. To participate in this service, volunteers must have either one year of sobriety or six months with sponsor approval.

Volunteer with Public Information and Outreach!
PI&O is always looking for volunteers to join us in our mission to spread the message of recovery to all parts of our district, including Orange County, San Gabriel/Riverside, Desert Cities, and San Fernando Valley. We meet every fourth Saturday of the month on Zoom to plan and execute deeper participation in those communities. Everyone is welcome to join us and be a part of this meaningful service!


CMAinLA H&I (Hospitals & Institutions) takes meetings with Speaker Panels to hospitals, institutions, recovery centers, treatment facilities, and jails to provide support to addicts who are unable to attend meetings on their own. By volunteering to speak on an H&I panel, you are actively engaging in your own recovery journey and practicing the twelfth step of CMA: taking the message of CMA to those who still suffer.

Has your meeting elected an H&I representative? If not, please appoint an H&I rep to receive updates from H&I and have them complete this form: H&I Rep Form.

Interested in speaking on an H&I panel? Add your name to the H&I speaker list by completing this form (6 months sobriety required): H&I Panel Speaker Form

PI&O Newsletter Subcommittee

The CMAinLA Newsletter: The New Tea!

Subscribe HERE to get updates.

We want to hear your ideas!
We are scouring the globe for stories and ideas for our upcoming newsletters. We want to hear from you! If you have any queries or would like to join our newsletter team, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us HERE.

Contribute to the newsletter!
Our newsletter, The New Tea, is seeking individuals to help create and gather content from the district! All are welcome, regardless of sobriety duration, particularly those with a flair for writing, graphic design, and editing. The time commitment varies, but typically ranges from two to eight hours per quarter.

Diversity Awareness Thought for September

We’d like our fellow addicts to consider other fun ways to react to the readings and announcements in the rooms.  You wouldn’t shout “nice ass” to the literature person during their announcement, so shouting “nice rack” could be offensive to many who struggle with body self-image.

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