Dear CoDA Fellowship,
Where does CoDA literature come from? Who writes and edits it? Who decides to submit literature for endorsement by the entire Fellowship at the annual CoDA Service Conference (CSC)?
CoDA Literature Committee (CLC) members are ordinary CoDA members. CLC membership requires two years minimum working the Twelve Steps of Co-Dependents Anonymous.
We meet monthly online, delegating projects to subcommittees where every voice is heard in the spirit of the Twelve Traditions. Eventually, CLC considers and approves the final projects for submission to the CSC if the group conscience believes it supports the experience, strength, and hope (Step Twelve) of the program.
Only after CSC endorsement does CoDA literature go to print or to be posted online for the Fellowship to view.
Here is a link to our web page showing brief invitations to submit literature to CoDA Literature Committee:
You are sincerely invited to add your experience, strength, and hope in Co-Dependents Anonymous to our CoDA fellowship.
Future email announcements will provide opportunities to connect with CLC, and information about individual projects and possible workshops.
In Gratitude and Service,
CoDA Literature Committee
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