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Co-Dependents Anonymous


Contact Information

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P.O. Box 33577
Phoenix, AZ 85067-3577

602-277-7991 (Voice)

Internet Resources


Abstract

Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDAŽ) was established in 1986 as a self-help recovery program for individuals coping with co-dependency. Co-dependency is a compulsive, self-destructive behavior, characterized by an inability to maintain functional relationships, and may include a history of addiction. CoDAŽ is a non-professional organization, and is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution. Its group activities are patterned after twelve-step recovery programs. Group meetings have been established in 49 states and 10 countries.

Publications

CoDAŽ publishes literature, including informational brochures, and tapes about co-dependency and its program. A starter packet is available at a nominal fee for individuals interested in establishing a group. Serial publication: Co-NNECTIONS (newsletter), quarterly.

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Audit

Date Entered: 9/1/1997
Date Edited: 3/6/2013
Date Revised: 8/18/2012
Health Referral Number: HR2422
Accession Number: DP91A0953

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