NorCal Community Service
NorCal Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA) is a volunteer fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships committed to support the program adopted from Alcoholics Anonymous to build better relationships with others and ourselves.
Service is the Diamond Lane of Recovery
Service work is the diamond lane of recovery! A great way to overcome being codepedent is through service work. The 'magic' of CoDA is that every 'leader' is someone who, like you, took the initiative to get involved in appreciation of the value you received by working the program.
Hospital and Institutions
CoDA outreach extends to everyone and not limited by race, sex, or sexual preference. Our Health and Institutions volunteers reach out to those who are facing life challenges including being in hospitals and jails. Volunteers are actively involved with many institutions including such as women in San Francisco and in transition at a homeless shelter in el Dorado County.
CoDA Public Liaison
Volunteer to receive and respond to website email inquiries, many seeking additional CoDA meeting information and how to purchase CoDA books and literature.
Your local CoDA meeting is the heart of CoDA. Imagine yourself rising up to a meeting service position, a measure of your support of the CoDA 12 Steps and 12 Traditions.
NorCal Regional Communities
Santa Cruz Community
Recovery is Service. Service is Recovery
CoDA recovery encourages CoDA service - reaching out to share your experience, strength and hope with others.
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Contact us with questions about CoDA. Please remember we are an all-volunteer organization.