CoDA: New Free Download: Working the Steps as a Group

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Subject: CoDA: New Free Download: Working the Steps as a Group
Date: August 29th 2017

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The contents of this email are from the CoDA Literature Committee,

New service item on the website: "Working the Steps as a Group 


This 12-page guide is written in an easy-to-read Q & A format that answers the commonly heard question, “How can I work the Steps; I can’t find a sponsor?” This guide includes information from CoDA sources and members’ experiences. The appendix includes sample flyers and a sample meeting format to adapt.


The CoDA Literature Committee (CLC) submitted this to 2016 CoDA Service Conference (CSC), where it was adopted as a service item to make it easily available to the Fellowship at no charge.


It can be accessed from the website: Click on “Meeting Materials” and then “Fellowship Service Materials”. Questions can be addressed to



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