The Clear Boundaries group of Co-Dependents Anonymous Recovery is not affiliated with Austin Galano Club in accordance with the 6th tradition of Alcoholics Anonymous.
||Open Discussion – CoDA Recovery Group
Open Discussion – CoDA Recovery Group
Welcome to our Co-Dependents Anonymous Recovery Group, a fellowship of equal persons whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. The only requirement for membership is a desire for healthy and loving relationships.
Your First Meeting
What to expect at your first meeting?
Welcome source: Coda.org
Austin Galano Club – Coffee Bar
Service positions are available for three-hour shifts. On the calendar Coffee Bar Service Work
Click on the date you would like to volunteer and the available shifts will display. Please fill out the form with your first name and last initial, email and mobile phone number, and the application will send you a reminder.
To volunteer for a repeating commitment please notify Al Arro at email@example.com and he will auto-populate the calendar for you (and love you and only speak good of you for all your years).
Steering Committee ( Trusted Servants, not Authority Figures) :
Trusted servants are directly responsible to those they serve and are bound to honor the group conscience decision making process and uphold those decisions concerning their service work. (The Fellowship Service Manual of Co-Dependents Anonymous Approved CSC 2015)
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|| Kaila N
|| Lauren B
|| Donna R
|| John D
Clear Boundaries CoDA.org
primary contacts: for both CoDA
meetings: TX517 & TX518