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  Hi, I’m Mary and I’m an addict/alcoholic, and a member of Step Sisters, a woman’s Cocaine Anonymous group in Portland. By accident, if there really is such a thing, one of our members found some of the Loyola Group’s organizational and planning material mixed in with some of our CA stuff, after it was mistakenly left there by one of the Loyola members. Of course she read every word of it, and immediately came to us women to tell us that we should try doing the same things. To make a long story short, our group of 14 now numbers over 50, all in less than a year. We have “Trees”, real Greeters, and have found a way to take our individual Programs to new heights.

Yes, at first there was some opposition, but now even those women are a part of our new strength. I guess you could say that there’s no good reason why this couldn’t work for any recovery group. 
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