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Service

LSER Sponsorship – Member Networks

The LSER Sponsorship committee is currently supporting two active WhatsApp groups, one for Outreach and one for Step Group formation. There is a dormant group to support would be Sponsors.

Two WhatsApp groups are looking for experienced Coda members to do service to support newcomers. Each group is looking for male and female newcomers reps.

Outreach Group – is looking for experienced Coda members to answer outreach calls to share the message of recovery, Experience Strength and Hope through working the steps and attending meetings.

The length of these service positions is proposed to be a month in rotation.

If you’re interested in doing this service, please join the groups, and make yourself known when you feel comfortable in the groups.

A discussion of these groups is on the agenda for the next Regional meeting in January.
yours, in fellowship,
Frank’

Step Group Formation – have recently been updated following a group conscience meeting.

You can join either of these groups by following the links on Member Networks

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News Service

Open Service Positions


Why is service part of recovery?

Those who have gone before us recognize that service is critical to recovery and is part of the Twelfth step. Service work is a place to practice recovery skills and extend our recovery to new areas of our lives. At the group level, CoDA members carry the message in many ways, by sharing in meetings, speaking to newcomers (with a focus on providing information rather than giving advice) and trying to adhere to CoDA principles in meetings and elsewhere in their lives. Members can start practicing these types of service from early on in their recovery.

Find out more

Teams seeking service support

LSER Committee

LSER – Sponsorship – Member Networks

NSC Public Information Committee

NSC Sponsorship Committee

NSC Web Committee

CoDA Unity Committee (UK Speaker Series)

Other opportunities


Join a CoDA Member Network

Sponsor a newcomer

Start a new CoDA Meeting

Submit a CoDA Share

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Service

NSC Sponsorship Team

We are looking for individuals to provide ideas/support to the CoDAUK Sponsorship team. We are looking for:

  • Chairs able to share ESH
  • Host for the next Sponsorship Workshop on:
    Saturday, 14th November
  • Suggestions on how we can move sponsorship forward in the UK.
  • Is there something you would like us to try?

    All suggestions/ideas are welcome. Our email is: sponsorship@codauk.org
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Service

CoDA Unity Committee

We are looking for volunteers to give service to facilitate CoDA Speaker Series events. Positions open at present include:

Secretaries
Email Admin
Host

Please contact CodaUnityCommittee@gmail.com if you would like to be involved in developing CoDA events, sharing ESH.

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Service

NSC Web Team

We are looking for volunteers to give service to expand these pages, sharing the benefits of service to our recovery, and providing a resource for fellow members to develop their service roles at personal, group, region, national and international level.

Please contact webmaster@codauk.org if you would like to be involved in developing the service pages resource.

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Service

NSC Public Information

“Public information” is the term used by many 12-Step fellowships for approved procedures and literature for outreach work to professionals, institutions, and the public at large. 

CoDAUK Public Information Team are looking for new committee members to engage in a range of tasks defined across committee and region level. Our primary aim is an application of Step 12. We aim to carry the message to other co-dependents through outreach within the recovery space, with CoDA regions, and beyond.
So far this has looked like preparing ideas for a new CoDAUK poster, documenting CoDAUK digital footprint, writing a survey for the coDA membership, and reach out to organisations and teams in the recovery space.
If you would be interested in joining the team reach out to publicinformation@codauk.org to find out more.

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NSC Service

Service Structure

CoDA, as such, ought never be organized; but we may create service boards or committees directly responsible to those they serve.

Tradition Nine

Information on the CoDA UK service structure will be published here.

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NSC Service

NSC Service Positions

All posts are for one year, unless specified. Members can elect to serve a longer term if they wish. NSC members should have at least one year’s recovery (unless specified) and a good working knowledge of the 12 Steps and Traditions. All committee members will be expected to attend three NSC meetings and the AGM each year. Reasonable expenses are paid to cover travel to these four meetings. Between meetings, communication is usually by email or phone.

Service Positions

An overview of the currently defined NSC service positions, highlighting current vacancies. If you are interested in discussing any of these positions, please email the NSC Enquiries email address found on the CoDA Contacts page, for more details, putting NSC in the subject line and giving a phone number where you can be contacted before the AGM.

Chair

Has overall responsibility of CoDA UK as a whole in keeping with the Traditions; liaises with Vice Chair and Secretary to determine Agenda; acts as guardian of CoDA Constitution; facilitates discussion amongst meeting members and proposes voting issues; casts deciding vote if there should be a tie vote; cheque signatory; keeps abreast of all issues and matters affecting CoDA in the UK; available for contact with NSC members to discuss ongoing CoDA issues; for this post, two years recovery, including one year as Vice Chair, is required.

Email Responder

At least two members to answer emails sent to the Enquiries email address, which is where all queries sent via this website are received. This is currently about 1-2 hours a week of service and can be done from anywhere with an internet connection. There are templates set up for standard answers and there is support from the CoDA UK committee for more complicated enquiries. For many newcomers, this is their first contact with a member of CoDA so this is an extremely important post requiring commitment and a willingness to carry the message.

General Committee Members

Contributes as appropriate to matters arising in NSC meetings; takes up NSC responsibilities as required to ensure committee objects are achieved; no special remit.

Internal Communications Person

Deals with emails coming in to the News & Events email address, either answering them or passing on to other members; keeps the NSC email account and  contact details up-to-date. Updates the CoDA UK news, Groups News and Events pages. Receives incoming emails from website home page enquiry box and gathers an email list of all meeting GSRs/contacts and regularly checks that this is up to date. Sends out emails to GSRs and meeting contacts when requested.

Literature Person

Deals with emails coming into the Literature email address. Point of contact with literature distributors; acts as contact for any groups with literature problems; promotes use of CoDA approved literature within meetings, thereby generating essential revenue for the fellowship; liaises with CoRE Publications in the US about any changes to CoDA approved literature; communication skills and access to email required.

Public Information (PI) Person

Deals with emails coming into the Public Information email address. Responsible for public information; contact organisations to get an entry in their publications; reply to requests for information from publishers or directories; reply to update requests from existing entities; point of contact with outside bodies and other fellowships; assists groups to identify ways to attract members in accordance with the 12 Traditions; it has also been suggested at a recent AGM that a PI person could send out regular newsletters to CoDA members to let everyone know what is happening in CoDA UK.

Regional Representatives

Represents a regional group of CoDA UK; contributes as appropriate to matters arising in NSC meetings; takes up NSC responsibilities as required to ensure committee objects are achieved.

Secretary

Present at committee meetings to make relevant and concise notes (minutes) of what takes place; sends out (usually by email) minutes of the meeting to each committee member after the meeting; liaises with Chair and Vice Chair to assist continuity in deciding the agenda prior to next meeting.

Treasurer

Deals with emails coming into the Treasurer email address. Responsible for overall financial situation of CoDA UK; cheque signatory; pay bills; pay donations into bank; keep records of all finances of CoDA UK; at least basic book keeping skills preferable; must be comfortable around money issues; minimum two year term as treasurer.

Vice Chair

Filling in wherever needed by the Chair; generally helping with the administration of the NSC; chairing meetings when Chair unavailable; discussing Agenda content with Chair and Secretary; liaising with CoDA members/Chair on issues of conscience; cheque signatory; for this post, two years recovery, including one year as Vice Chair, is required; one year’s service as Vice Chair is followed by a second year as Chair.

Website Coordinator

Deals with emails coming into the Webmaster email address. Oversees the website at all times; develops existing website by adding pages where relevant; supports the WTF Co-ordinators in keeping the meetings list up-to-date. Web, preferably broadband, access anywhere in the UK is essential; some knowledge of content management systems is preferable but not vital; willingness to spend a couple of hours a month keeping the site up-to-date is essential.

Where to Find (WTF) Coordinator

Deals with emails coming into the Meetings email address. Produces meeting lists and distributes to all UK meetings and relevant bodies; keeps the CoDA UK website meetings list up-to-date; keeps all contact details for meetings up-to-date; actively contacts all UK meetings periodically to check details still correct; works in conjunction with existing London & SE regional WTF Co-ordinator; must have access to the internet for updating website, receiving emails etc.

Sponsorship Representative

Deals with emails coming into the Sponsorship email account, either answering them or passing on to other members; keeps the Sponsorship page up to date and co-ordinates and gives support to members/groups organising Sponsorship workshops.