CoDA Email Response Team Needs Volunteers

 
From: "CoDA Announcements" <codalist@codependents.org>
Subject: CoDA Email Response Team Needs Volunteers
Date: July 20th 2018

The CoDA Email Team (CET) is looking for volunteers to help answer questions sent by email.

Are you at a place in recovery where you would like to start some service work? Would you like to work from home?

I was at a place in my recovery when I saw an announcement asking for CET volunteers. I thought, “I know how to use email, and I know something about CoDA, and I am ready to start service work”. Serving on the CET has helped me learn much more about CoDA, and has given me a real sense of helping other codependents find recovery through CoDA.

You must have been a member of CoDA for at least one year, and have a willingness to serve. If this is you, please send an email to info@coda.org to find out more about becoming a CET member.

 

Member CET (or CoDA)

 

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