CoDA Meetings in South Africa...

CoDA meetings provide a place for people recovering from codependency, to meet and work through their recovery in a safe and anonymous space.

Kommetijie CoDA

Mondays, 18h45

1st Floor  Christian Church

Light House Road


Sabine 072 8888 109

Rondebosch CoDA

Tuesdays, 19h30

St Michaels Church,


Glenville 071 7756954

Johann 073 107 6591

Cape Town CoDA

Wednesdays, 18h00

Green Door, Congregational Church Hall,

Cnr Kloof & Eaton Roads, Gardens

Mandy  082 568 4806

Muizenberg CoDA

Saturdays, 10h30

Falsebay Rendezvous

57 Promenade Road


Lindsey 082 343 4455

CoDA Pride Group LGBTQI

Thursdays, 19h15

Pride Shelter

1 Molteno Rd, Oranjezicht

Cape Town

Camiel 061 601 2625

Milnerton CoDA

Wednesdays, 18h30

Milnerton Medi-clinic Boardroom


Nikki 083 318 3714

Observatory CoDA

Mondays, 19h00

Obs Community Centre, Room 3.

Heather  084 475 5555

Fellowship, Waterkloof, Pretoria

Wednesdays, 19h00 - 20h00

NG Gemeente Stellastraat

Stella Street, Waterkloof, Pretoria

May 079 582 8117 

Fellowship, LGBTQI Community, Johannesburg

Tuesdays, 18h00 - 20h00

The Foundation Clinic

41 Pretoria Street, Oaklands, Johannesburg

Neville 074 956 9240

Fellowship, Blairgowrie, Johannesburg

Tuesdays, 18h30 - 19h30

4 Francis Road, Blairgowrie, Randburg

Lara 083 792 2662

Chelsea 083 236 3050  

Fellowship, Oaklands, Johannesburg

Wednesdays, 18h00 - 20h00

The Foundation Clinic

41 Pretoria Street, Oaklands, Johannesburg

Mandy 082 879 5347

Fellowship, Boskruin, Randburg  

Wednesdays, 19h00 - 20h00

Crescent Clinic, Hawken Ave.

Cnr President Fouche, Boskruin

Nondumiso 083 379 1636

Sms / info 0712279074

How Meetings Work..

At meetings members are able to share their experiences, thoughts, feelings and recovery with the group. There is never any obligation to share if you do not wish to. Being able to speak and be heard without interruption or feedback is a powerful healing experience for many people as is listening to others in the same way. 

To attend CoDA meetings, all you need is the willingness to work at having healthy relationships. This means that all kinds of people attend meetings. Individual members can and do have differing political, religious and other affiliations, but since these are not relevant to the business of recovery from co-dependency, no comment is made about them.

All meetings begin with an introduction which usually includes the Twelve Steps and Traditions, a welcome to newcomers, and an explanation of the format the meeting will take. There may be a speaker, or a reading of a Step or a topic. The meeting is then open for people to share their experiences, feelings and recovery with the group. There is no obligation to share if you do not wish to, whether you are a newcomer or a long-established member. Each meeting usually incorporates a collection to cover the expenses of the group (eg hire of the meeting room) but CoDA is non-profit making. The meeting will end with a special prayer, called the Serenity Prayer. After the meeting, newcomers who would like more information can use this time to have their questions answered by more established members.

No Meetings in your area?

If you cannot get to a regular CoDA meeting it is suggested that you attend open meetings of another Twelve Step Fellowship to gain an understanding of the Steps and of how recovery works, while using CODA literature to work your own program of recovery from codependency.  It is worth making the effort to travel to somewhere that has CODA meetings to make contact with others in recovery and to receive the benefits of face to face meetings.

   download meeting starter pack for info

   on how to start a meeting in your area


  for newcomers

  for international meetings

"Alone I can't, together we can"


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