CoDA's History & The Email Lists

From: "CoDA Announcements" <>
Subject: CoDA's History & The Email Lists
Date: April 16th 2018

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The following is an email we originally sent on 2/17/16 The contents of this email were from the CoDA Email list coordinator with permission from a CoDA Board member.


Did you know that a large portion of CoDA's history since January 2010 is available for all to review in the email list archives?


It includes every email ever sent on the public CoDA Email lists.


There are 4 lists with differing content:


1. General Announcements - What's new In CoDA & How do things in CoDA work?

2. QSR - Our Quarterly Service Reports

3. Weekly Reading - The Co-NNections Committee's weekly mailings featuring stories of recovery & inspirational readings

4. Hospital & Institutions Contact List - For those interested in doing service in Hospitals, prisons, etc.


You are able to either browse past emails or search keywords with the search box on the bottom of each page.



You can review previous emails here:

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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.

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