Coda meetings are a great way for people to learn more about recovery and the Twelve Steps. They are held in person or virtually, and can be a combination of the two. They are also a great way to stay connected to other people in recovery. If you’re unable to make it to a CODA meeting, you can still learn about recovery and CODA literature. However, it is recommended that you attend face-to-face meetings if you can.
When you attend Coda meetings in-person, you’ll have an opportunity to hear from the people in the room and ask them questions. While some meetings are structured around an agenda, some are more free-form and people can share current issues. Others allow questions to be submitted after the meeting is over. You can also sign up for a call-in number and call anyone who’s on that list if you have a question.
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In addition to in-person meetings, CoDA International holds virtual and hybrid meetings. The CoDA website has a searchable database of CoDA meetings worldwide. If you’re looking for an in-person meeting in your area, be sure to check the meeting schedule, which you can download as a PDF. You can also contact the point-of-contact for specific details on the format of each meeting.
Coda meetings can be held in person or virtually, but many meet in a hybrid format. Meetings usually last for an hour and follow a certain format. The meeting leader reads from a handbook, and participants are encouraged to share their thoughts and ideas. After the meeting, participants may continue to share questions and share ideas in a private forum.
If you want to use Zoom to conduct meetings online, you can easily do so. All you need to do is join the meeting ten minutes before the scheduled start time, and then you’ll be able to start recording the meeting. You can either record video and audio or just audio. You’ll also need a headset with a microphone and a laptop or desktop computer.
To find a CoDA meeting, you can go to the website of CoDA International and use their searchable database. This database is available online for free and contains information for both in-person and phone meetings. Its search features include meeting type, language, and location. It also allows you to download meeting minutes and major action reports for prior meetings.