CoDA's Local Events Calender and Emails

From: "CoDA Announcements" <>
Subject: CoDA's Local Events Calender and Emails
Date: February 23rd 2022

Here is a general guide for getting your local CoDA event listed on the CoDA website & on our quarterly events emails:


First in keeping with the traditions it must be sponsored by an entity of Codependents Anonymous (meeting, intergroup, state organization, etc) & not by a professional counselor, church group, etc

Please either go to and click on"Add Event", which should bring up an email to send to our Web Liaison. Or...........

On some web browsers, that form may not work. If so,  you can email the board's Web Liaison at   They will instruct the CoDA webmaster to add your event to the Events Calendar on our web site If your event is already on the calendar, you do not need to take any further action.

Please feel free to include any attachments (flier, registration, etc) or if your community has a CoDA approved web site, we can also link directly to the event on your site.

When more events come in, we will also return to sending out the quarterly Local Events Email. And remember, with many Workshops and retreats now being on the internet; you can each many more CoDA members than in the past!

In Service,


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