Criminal Anonymous World Services is a recovery fellowship comprised of men, women, youth, survivors, and their families that are committed to supporting and living a crime-free lifestyle.
We are those that have suffered from a problem, compulsion or addiction to crime, the criminal lifestyle and self-image. Out of our cry for freedom and meaning in our lives we created Criminals Anonymous.
We invite you to support our mission through our merchandise which you can check out below.
Zane Macziewski, PWS is Co-Founder and current Executive Vice-President of Criminals Anonymous Fellowship (CA). Zane has an extensive background in all avenues of building construction and is intent of utilizing these skill sets in establishing Crim-Anon Recovery Housing and wrap around services. Zane also has extensive background in customer relations and networking. A natural born leader with unique skill sets, Zane has utilized them as an initial framer in establishing CA as a 501C3 Domestic Non-Profit organization. From the development of an initial think tank to the establishment of a growing and thriving organization Zane has brought and implemented his unique perspective and leadership qualities. A family man at heart, Zane believes in advocating for connection between CA members as a recovery family and serving the community as a whole. Zane’s large physical stature is only eclipsed by his dedication and supportive spirit in furthering the mission of CA.
Harold “Bear” Cubbedge, PWS is Co-Founder and current Chief Executive Officer of Criminals Anonymous Fellowship (CA). Harold has extensively worked in the Addictions and Mental Health arena for the last 10 years. An entrepreneur and visionary, Harold previously served as co-founder and Executive Director of Iron Tribe Network. He previously served the State of Oregon as a member of the Addictions and Mental Health Advisory Council to the Governor for 5 years. In addition, Harold served as an Executive Board Member of DDA of Oregon for 6 years. Bringing a sense of creativity to each project and effort, Harold has garnered extensive experience in recovery housing, peer support, non-profit administration and grant writing. As a participant in the establishment of the Peer Wellness Registry in Oregon, Harold brings a unique perspective of collaboration between systems and services. Harold counts walking alongside the Executive Vice-President Zane Macziewski in the creation of Criminals Anonymous Fellowship as the greatest achievement and honor in his life.