The original six C.A. Meeting Secretaries met to have an organizational and business meeting. They decided they needed an office of some kind.
Ray G. is in charge of the Cocaine Anonymous phone number. It rings on an answering machine in a small Beverly Glen Hospital room and Ray G. returns all calls. The room and phone machine are provided by Beverly Glen Hospital.
Ray G. manages the hotline for the first year. “If any of you called in the first year of existence of Cocaine Anonymous and talked to the man on the telephone, that was Ray. Ray took all the calls for the first year of Cocaine Anonymous.”