A CoDA group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributionsTradition 7
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.
NSC Service Positions
It was agreed at the November 2021 NSC meeting that all the vacant positions could be shared by more than one member, and a full handover will be given by the outgoing member in service.
*NEW* NSC Treasurer – Service Position
*NEW* NSC Meeting list coordinator – Service Position
*NEW* NSC Web Service – Service Position
Teams seeking service support
CoDA Unity Committee (UK Speaker Series)
London South East Region – Committee
NSC – Public Information Committee
NSC – Sponsorship Committee
NSC – Web Committee
North Region – (N England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland)
Outreach support – Member Networks
Sponsorship – via Member Networks
Home Group – Service Positions