CoDA: Required Readings For CoDA Meetings

 
From: "CoDA Announcements" <codalist@codependents.org>
Subject: CoDA: Required Readings For CoDA Meetings
Date: January 18th 2020

CoDA Meeting Required Readings

 

To be an official CoDA meeting, the following item is required (& must be followed):

 

Reading the 4 foundational documents:

      A. The 12 Steps

      B. The 12 Traditions

      C. The Welcome

      D. The Preamble

This is stated in writing at the link below, along with the actual 4 documents & more:

http://coda.org/index.cfm/meeting-materials1/

Another very useful document is the CoDA Meeting Handbook: http://coda.org/default/assets/File/Literature/Meeting%20Handbook%202015.pdf

Additionally, their are requirements for a CoDA State or local website if you wish to mutually link to the main CoDA website. That & much more can be found in the CoDA Fellowship Service Manual:

http://coda.org/index.cfm/service-info/fellowship-services-manual-fsm/

The preceding is a revised version (to be in line with current procedures) of emails we originally sent on 12/10/17 and 6/14/13.

This was vetted for re-publication by the Friday Fellowship subcommittee of the CoDA Communications Committee, archives@codependents.org

 

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