CoDA Requests Your Feedback On Proposed Steps Literature

 
From: "CoDA Announcements" <codalist@codependents.org>
Subject: CoDA Requests Your Feedback On Proposed Steps Literature
Date: December 12th 2018

            

Dear CoDA Members,

At the 2018 CoDA Service Conference, two items created by the NorCal (Northern California) Voting Entity were submitted to the Delegates as part of a new method of developing and promoting CoDA literature that has been developed by Voting Entities. Both items were unanimously approved for review, as Motions 18103 and 18102.

The Thirty Questions: Getting Started Working the STEPS – As Easy As 1-2-3! Using the 30 Questions and Twelve Tips for Sponsors have been posted on the Info For Members page of the CoDA website. Interested members may submit comments and suggestions, to NorCal and the Board, up until the deadline for submission of items to the 2019 CSC.

There will also be a Fellowship Forum at noon on the fourth Saturday of January, 2019, concerning these items.

In service,

CoDA Board of Trustees

board@coda.org

 

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