CoDA Fellowship Forum, Saturday 5/19: How did attending the Service Conference further my recovery?

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Subject: CoDA Fellowship Forum, Saturday 5/19: How did attending the Service Conference further my recovery?
Date: May 10th 2018

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CoDA Fellowship Forum, Saturday 5/19:  How did attending the CSC further my recovery?


Dear CoDA Members,

On Sunday, April 29th, the topic of the next  Fellowship Forum will be How did attending the CoDA Service Conference further my recovery?


  • Can the CoDA Service Conference (CSC) be a recovery tool?
  • Isn’t the CSC a place where people act out?
  • Is the CSC a safe place for my recovery?
  • Is cross talk allowed?
  • Can I establish healthy boundaries at the CSC?
  • How can the CSC help my recovery?


For answers to these questions and more, JOIN US


CoDA Fellowship Forum

Saturday May 19, 2018

Noon to 1 PM Pacific Daylight Time, 3 to 4 PM EST,


followed by “coffee time” for conversation, comments and questions


Join online -

Join by Phone +1 480 409 7350 (Dial-in Number) Conference ID: 57353548


In service,
CoDA Board


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