The purpose of this list is to share information with any & all CoDA members, especially that which may effect CoDA as a whole.
We will be sending out regular emails with CoDA events, announcements, issues & CoDA business of interest to both specific regions & to the entire CoDA fellowship.
Per the 2nd tradition, For our group purpose there is but one ultimate authority, a loving higher power as expressed to our group conscience. Our leaders are but trusted servants; they do not govern. Developing a group conscience requires an informed fellowship, & to be effective trusted servants those you've elected must know the group conscience of the fellowship.
September 21st 2018
This is the 8th in a series of excerpts from the CoDA Workbook. We are in process of sending you 1 tradition each week for a total of 12 weeks. Previous mailings can be found here: http://codependents.org/cgi-bin/dada/mail.cgi/list/main/ You may want to enter traditions in the search box. The traditions are the foundation of our program & of our yearly Service Conference. Please note that all material below this paragraph is taken directly from the CoDA Workbook & is Conference approved. While we are sharing ...Continue Reading
This list is for CoDA members who are H & I (Hospital and Institutions) contacts for their region or group. The purpose to send information regarding H & I service opportunities and resources from the H & I Committee and then for the contacts to share that information with their Intergroup or local meetings. Individual members may also be part of the list in order find out more about H & I service.
We appreciate your participation.
The Hospitals and Institutions Committee, Codependents Anonymous, Inc.
July 16th 2018
The Hospitals and Institutions Committee of CoDA extends an invitation to anyone who is interested in or curious about what we do to attend (as an observer) our regular committee meeting on Thursday, July 19, 2018 (Thursday). The meeting starts at 6 pm Pacific time (7-Mountain, 8-Central, 9-Eastern) and lasts one hour and is a teleconference that you may attend by telephone (a toll call), or online. This is the contact information to attend by phone: Number 1 (480) 409-7350, Conference ID Number: 16406629 If you are in ...Continue Reading
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Thank you & we look forward to being able to communicate directly with your CoDA meeting!
September 12th 2018
Recently, an email went out that stated the CoDA Service Conference begins on 10/8. The correct date is Tuesday, 10/9. We apologize for the error. Thank you very much to our CoDA trusted servants who signed up for this email list! Our hope is that Group Reps will share these messages with their home meetings, and that intergroup members will share them with each other as well as their meetings. ...Continue Reading
This list is for distribution of CoDA's Quarterly Service Report. Please note that for this list only, we send file attachments ranging in size from 40k to 350k.
July 30th 2018
Here's the 2nd Quarter QSR (Quarterly Service Report) for 2018. Please feel free to share this with your meeting. Please see the attachment below for the QSR. The attachment included with this email has been scanned for viruses before sending, but we also suggest that you scan it again before opening If you have a friend who would like to subscribe, please have them go here: http://www.codependents.org If you have a general question about CoDA (as opposed to the specific content of this email), please email i ...Continue Reading
Each week, subscribers will automatically receive an email with a new "recovery reading". Hopefully, viewing this member created work will provide subscribers with thoughts to reflect upon during the remainder of the week.
September 25th 2018
Hello, I am presently in a caregiver situation with my mother. I am staying with her in her home. She is sick with weakness and aging problems. My relationship has been rocky from the start and I am remembering what it was like as a teenager at home and the reasons why I left early to make a life of my own. Nevertheless it has been a time to spend with mom and help with the burden of losing independence. CoDA has helped me through the process of letting go of the personal attacks of blame and victimhood that can ensue ...Continue Reading