CoDA: Outreach Podcast For Voices in Service

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Subject: CoDA: Outreach Podcast For Voices in Service
Date: June 28th 2019


We would like to announce that a new podcast from World Outreach has been added to the CoDA website under the tab “Voices in Service”, which features interviews and stories from CoDA members who share their experience, strength and hope about doing service work for Co-Dependents Anonymous at the local, regional, national and world levels.

The CoDA Board of Trustees encourages more members of the fellowship to consider being of service. Creating podcasts to spread the word about the importance of doing service is one way to do this, and we have just posted our 2nd podcast!!

So check out the newest link to the Voices in Service podcast page below. To listen, scroll down to -

Podcast 2 - Are You Considering World Service With Outreach? The Purpose, Vision and Goals”

CoDA Board member (Nancy O/Canada) interviews Outreach Committee member Jay G of Pennsylvania about World Service on the Outreach Committee. He describes how Outreach carries the message of Co-Dependent’s Anonymous to those still suffering around the world.

The Board would love to hear your feedback or any suggestions about this series. Send comments to

Thank you,

CoDA Board of Trustees


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