Every official CoDA UK group as stated in the CoDA Fellowship Service Manual 2019 reads as written during their meetings each of the following four CoDA foundation documents:
CoDA’s Twelve Steps,
CoDA’s Twelve Traditions,
CoDA’s Copyrighted “Welcome” document and
Further CoDA approved materials such as the group inventory guidelines, meeting opening and closing prayers, for safety sake tent card, affirmations, the thirty second rule guidelines and many more are free to download by clicking on this link: Coda Meeting Materials
It is recommend for ALL CoDA groups and members to read and keep a copy of The CoDA Fellowship Service Manual that is free to download by visiting this link: CoDA Fellowship Service Manual 2019
These materials together with CoDA approved literature ought to be available at every CoDA meeting to support a sense of CoDA unity as per CoDA’s First Tradition – Our common welfare should come first; personal recovery depends upon CoDA unity.
This safeguarding statement was created by CoDA’s UK, National Steering Committee (NSC) for CoDA UK groups. It can be amended to suit individual group needs as per CoDA’s Fourth Tradition: Each group should remain autonomous except in matters affecting other groups or CoDA as a whole.