CoDA relationships with Other Fellowships

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Subject: CoDA relationships with Other Fellowships
Date: June 6th 2018

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


Relationship between CoDA and other 12 Step Fellowships


Do CoDA groups in your area have good relationships with other Fellowships?


- If so, what works?

- If not, what are your challenges?

- What are the benefits to both to having harmonious relationships

with other Twelve-Step groups?


What do you think? Share your experiences and ideas with others:

- What works well in creating positive relationships with other Twelve Step Fellowships

- What are barriers you feel that hinder positive relationships between the Fellowships

- How we can improve relationships between various Twelve-Step Fellowships


We hope to add a page to the Outreach Resource Guide on this area.

Have some experiences or ideas you wish to share?

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