CODA Meetings Online

coda meetings online

CODA meetings can be held in person, virtually, or in a hybrid format. Regardless of the format, CODA meetings should be self-supporting and free. To this end, many groups have gone online to host meetings. You can also view a list of upcoming meetings in your time zone.

CoDA meetings are now meeting in-person, virtual or in a hybrid format

While a number of local CoDA meetings are held in person, many have adopted virtual or hybrid meeting formats as well. You can contact your local CoDA chapter for more information. You can also check the CoDA website for current meeting schedules.

Have you tried Meetn, the new online meeting platform?
It’s turning out to become a decent alternative to Zoom and to the other major platforms.

The CoDA Preamble is an important document for CoDA meetings. It describes the purpose of the meetings and what they aim to accomplish. It is a required reading at meetings and is available in both long and short versions. Likewise, the Twelve Steps and Traditions are also required readings for CoDA meetings.

In response to COVID-19, a new style of virtual meetings has emerged. These meetings replicate face-to-face meetings held in a community, but are virtual. The online meeting features familiar faces from the face-to-face meetings. As restrictions on virtual meetings relax, these meetings will likely move into a hybrid format. Some will branch off as independent, free-standing remote meetings, while others will dissolve and resume face-to-face meetings.

They should be fully self-supporting

CODA meetings are a great way to connect with like-minded people. Meetings can be held in person, online or by phone. The website of CoDA International offers a searchable database of all world-wide CoDA meetings. All meetings are listed in the PST time zone.

They should be free

The Coda meeting platform is a team collaboration tool that combines the best features of spreadsheets and docs. It also allows for real-time collaboration. Team members can view the table of meetings before or after they are created. This allows everyone to keep up-to-date on the details of the meeting.