Co-Dependents Anonymous of San Diego is a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. The only requirement for membership is a desire for healthy and loving relationships. We rely on the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions for knowledge and wisdom. These are the principles of our program and guides to developing honest and fulfilling relationships. Through applying the Twelve Steps and principles in CoDA to our daily life and relationships, both present and past, we can experience a new freedom from our self-defeating lifestyles and realize a new joy, acceptance and serenity in our lives.
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Open Community Positions
The next Community meeting is 10:00am Saturday, January 20th, 2024. Zoom Links -
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SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODA COMMUNITY BUSINESS MEETING ANNUAL ELECTIONS
These positions are a great way to provide service to the community, receive support from other members, & grow in your recovery. Matters that affect our community are brought to this meeting, discussed & voted upon. Everyone who attends has a voice.
Qualifications: 1) Active in CoDA for 1 year; 2) Familiarity & commitment to practice the 12 steps and 12 traditions; 3) Attend 4 of the last 6 community business meetings (if attended less than 4, start in acting committee role) 4) willing to commit the position for 2 years, exception is Recording Secretary which will be a 1 year term with the possibility of renewal for a 2 year term next year. Open Board and Chair Positions for January 2024
Workshops, Panels and Seminars
Hospitals and Institutions
Public Info / Phones
Public Info / Mail
(Please see below for description of each position)
Community Representative: Prepares an agenda for the monthly meetings; conducts the meetings in accordance with the Twelve Traditions, the Committee’s group conscience and established parliamentary procedures; signer on the committee’s bank account
Regional Representative: Represents the Committee by attending four SoCal Board Meetings held each year; reports events and business of that group to the Committee.
Recording Secretary: Takes and transcribes the minutes of the monthly Committee meetings and distributes to the Committee
Treasurer: Records income & expenses; reconciles bank accounts; pays bills and reimburses
committee members for expenses; collects 7th tradition; prepares and mails acknowledgement letter; prepares an annual budget; signer on the Committee’s bank account.
Literature Chair conducts and coordinates the sale and purchase of literature from CoDA Resource Publishing, Inc. (CoRe Publications) for the benefit of the San Diego CoDA Community at the Community meetings and other CoDA events. The funds for the purchase of CoDA literature is provided by the Committee’s general bank account; however, the Literature Chair is to provide a separate financial accounting of all expenses.
Activities: Conducts and coordinates activities for the fellowship. Examples of activities from previous years are having a meeting around a bonfire on the beach, virtual vision board making, movies, dinners.
Workshops, Seminars and Panels: Creates and coordinates, with the help of volunteers, Super Seminar Saturday and other events, which offers support to the fellowship and raises funds for the CoDA Community.
Hospitals and Institutions Chair coordinates the activities of the H & I Committee.
Public Info-Phone Chair updates the CoDA information phone line, checks and forwards messages, returns messages when necessary.
Public Info/Mail: Picks up mail from our PO Box in Rancho Penasquitos and disperses it to the appropriate committee member
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Where to Send 7th Tradition Donations
A group's Seventh Tradition suggested percent contributions are in parentheses, after establishing "meeting expenses," and "prudent reserves."
San Diego County CoDA (60%) - P.O. BOX 720064 San Diego, CA 92172-0064
Venmo User:SanDiegoCoDA-Community Email: firstname.lastname@example.org --- Zelle Email: email@example.com
Southern Californa CoDA (20%) - 10866 Washington Blvd. #1266 Culver City, CA 90232
CoDA, Inc. (20%) - P.O. BOX 33577 Phoenix, AZ 85067-3577