Why MA?

Marijuana Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share our experience, strength, and hope with each other that we may solve our common problem and help others to recover from marijuana addiction.

Established in 1989, MA emerged from Alcoholics Anonymous using the 12 Step recovery program to connect people with a desire to stop smoking marijuana.

We figured out how to stop using marijuana, one day at a time.

On this site you'll find useful information if you live in-and-around Los Angeles and you believe marijuana may be a problem for you and your life.



COVID-19 RESPONSE:

Providing guidance on health issues is outside the scope of MA. We suggest contacting the CDC, state and local health authorities for appropriate information.

Remember that isolation can threaten recovery. Please reach out to fellows by utilizing the phone list. If you do not have a phone list, please contact your meeting's Secretary, GSR, or MA District 7 via email info@madistrict7.org.

Due to temporary meeting location closures...

MA District 7 has opened video meetings online

Check the MEETINGS page for detailed info about which meetings have started using zoom.us.

SPEAK WITH a marijuana addict

Talking to someone who used to smoke marijuana just like you can make all the difference.

There's always a marijuana addict in recovery available to answer your questions about the 12-Step program as it relates to someone who may have a problem with marijuana. Leave a message and someone will get back to you right away. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please contact 911.

(310) 494-0189

info@madistrict7.org