Greater Sacramento CoDA Community Area Community
"Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this
message to other co-dependents, and to practice these principles in all our affairs..”
The Greater Sacramento Area CoDA Community (GSACC) is a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships in support of reaching out to enhance those who lead and attend meetings throughout the region. GSACC volunteers have found value in their personal recovery and seek to share the CoDA Program with others.
Expand Your Horizons
GSACC volunteers have found value in their personal recovery and seek to share the CoDA Program with others. Just as the only requirement to attend meetings is to build healthy and fulfilling relationships, we welcome you contributing an hour or two each month.
GSACC Business Meeting
Greater Sacramento Area CoDA Community (GSACC) is comprised of a group of men and women who have found value from working the 12 Step Program and contributing to the value of recovery extending from Mt. Shasta to Fresno and points east to the California – Nevada border.
Everyone is invited to attend our monthly meeting held the second Monday of each month:
Monday, December 12, 2016 6:30 pm (Conference Planning) 7:00 pm Business Meeting
Heritage Oaks Office Building
4300 Auburn Blvd Show Map
Sacramento, CA 95815
Everyone is welcome to attend the monthly GSACC Business Meeting held at Heritage Oaks Hospital. The building is located to the left (east) of the hospital in room 104. The purpose of GSACC is to support CoDA groups in the Sacramento Valley and nearby region. Each group is encouraged to designate a volunteer to attend the meeting.
“It is not what any one of us can do, rather how we can open doors to those who want to contribute.”
Be the Light of Service
Co-Dependents Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. CoDA encourages being involved with serving the CoDA Community, sharing the value each one of us find by attending meetings and working the program.
Start a Meeting Near You
CoDA meetings were all started by people just like you – those who sought to give back to the community the value they found by attending meetings. We encourage those who have been involved with CoDA service to be available to lend a helping hand and suggestions on how to go about starting a new meeting.