Welcome to the home of the South Bay CoDependents Anonymous Community
Our community reaches Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties.
This site is to support everyone who struggles with the issues of codependency.
Co-Dependents Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. The only requirement for membership is a desire for healthy and loving relationships.
Help is available…
Feelings of loneliness, isolation, and depression often seem to be magnified or easily overwhelm some of us at different times in our lives. Remember that we are always able to call a friend, another 12-step member, a sponsor, or even a CoDA phone meeting or Spanish CoDA phone meeting. We also have two CoDA volunteer staffed telephone numbers available to us. CoDA's toll-free English number, posted on the coda.org site, is (888) 444-2359. Our espanol toll-free, number is (888) 444-2379.
Next South Bay Intergroup Meeting Feb 19th
Intergroup is meeting monthly leading up to the April Mini-conference.
Looking for participation from our Santa Clara / San Mateo county meetings to support the upcoming Mini-Conference in April. No experience required to join the South Bay Intergroup, just be a member of CoDA. Get a chance to practice your recovery with other members in this group.
New Monday Meeting started in San Bruno
Meeting is now established. Still encourage support of this new meeting. See Meeting page for all details.
Tuesday Burlingame Meeting
Room is normally held in the Parlor Room
Still meeting in the Parlor room except the 1st Tuesday of each month will be held in the Fireside Room
CoDA Winter Mini-Conference
“Step Up to the Opportunity of Service
The Diamond Lane to Recovery”
Hosted by Greater Sacramento Area CoDA Intergroup
January 21, 2017
United Methodist Church
Rancho Cordova, CA
See Events Page for Details
Upcoming Site Changes
We are making an effort to provide this community better information about our Intergroup. Hopefully you will see more information about it's role and how it helps our community.
Last Updated January 15th, 2017