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The CoDA Literature Committee’s function is to create and facilitate the development of new literature and service items written by and for the Fellowship of Co-Dependents Anonymous. We update and edit existing pieces as endorsed by CSC. We also proofread items before CoRe publishes or reprints them. The CLC encourages members and groups to contribute ideas and written material for consideration.

We welcome new members for this important work. Good writing and editing skills are necessary. Service on CLC requires two years in the CoDA Fellowship.

If you want to join our committee, please email us at [email protected]. Do you or your group have literature that you would like to submit for CoDA to consider for endorsement? Send email to [email protected]

For more information, see the CLC description in the Fellowship Service Manual, Part 5, Section 3


members share their Experience, Strength & Hope. Write your story, 3-10 pages. See the links below for more information.


The purpose of this project is to describe the process of maturing emotionally and spiritually (inner child work) by working the CoDA Steps and following the suggestions of the program.


How the principles of the CoDA Twelve Traditions can help us in all aspects of our lives.

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