CMA H&I (Hospitals & Institutions)

CMAinLA H&I (Hospitals & Institutions) takes meetings with Speaker Panels to hospitals, institutions, recovery centers, treatment facilities and jails. We take meetings to addicts who are unable to get out to a meeting on their own. When you volunteer to speak on an H&I panel, you are participating in your recovery, practicing the twelfth step of CMA by taking the message of CMA to the addict who still suffers.

CMA member financial contributions to CMAinLA H&I

CONTRIBUTE HERE… if you are making a contribution as an individual or as a group or meeting. If appropriate, be sure to identify your meeting or group in the “group or meeting” field, when making a contribution to H&I.

The H&I Announcement for Los Angeles District CMA meetings

H&I Panel Speaker Orientation

CMA H&I Advisory Meetings

Come join our monthly H&I Advisory Meeting at 11:30am on the 2nd Saturday of each month.   LA District Events

Be involved in local CMA H&I Panels or Service

Call for H&I Representatives: LA CMA H&I is of maximum service when H&I representative service commitments are appointed at the meeting level. The LA CMA H&I committee is requesting that local meetings elect H&I representatives to report information to the meeting on behalf of the H&I committee. Once you have elected your H&I representative, please complete the H&I rep information form here: H&I Rep Form

CMA H&I Panel Interest Form: CMA takes the message of recovery into hospitals, treatment facilities, prisons, and other institutions that house people who are unable to leave to attend meetings. Requirement for speaking on an H&I panel is a minimum of 6 months sobriety. Requirement for serving as an H&I panel leader is a minimum of 1 year sobriety. Speaking on, or leading a prison panel, requires 5 years sobriety. Filling out this form indicates your willingness to be contacted and asked to speak on or lead a panel. It does not have to indicate a firm commitment on your part. Please complete the interest for here: H&I Panel Speaker Form