The Limerick meeting has closed.



The Waterford meeting has changed location to the following:


Wednesdays 7.30pm

The Riordan Room, Edmund Rice Heritage Centre, Barrack St., Waterford City



Amazing news!! 2 new meetings have started recently:


Wednesdays 7.30pm

Sacred Heart Family Resource Centre, Richardsons Meadows, Old Tramore Rd, Waterford.


Fri 11am

Limerick Diocesan Pastoral Centre, St. Michael’s Courtyard, Denmark Street, Limerick.

Unfortunately the Kilkenny meeting has closed until further notice.


Galway CoDA members are having an open meeting on Friday January 20th, 19:30 with the aim of reactivating Inter-group. If you’re interested in attending please contact us for venue details.


We’re currently trying contact each meeting in Ireland so we can update meeting details. If you attend a CoDA meeting in Molesworth Hall, Carrick-on-Shannon, Mayo, or Sligo, can you please contact us? Míle buíochas!



Many people have contacted us expressing interest in meetings in Kerry and Limerick. We are now taking steps to set up new meetings in these locations. If you are interested in attending a meeting in Kerry or Limerick, please contact us.



Delighted to report that our new webmaster has finally answered 4 years of emails!! YIPPEE!!! Here’s to getting the message of recovery out there!! Plus more great news: there’s a new meeting starting in Cork:

Saturdays 2pm

Inniscarrig Centre, Erinville Hospital, Western Road, Cork



Our website and email accounts are finally fully functioning! Now all we have to do is update that meeting list and tackle the 4-year email backlog…


19/03/2016: has gone through a period of dormancy. We apologise for emails that have gone unanswered in the past while. As of this week, we have a new (amateur!) webmaster. We appreciate your patience as we update our systems and train our volunteer. Míle buíochas.



The Cork CoDA meeting has moved to a new address: Inniscarrig Centre, Erinville Hospital, Western Road, Cork. The day and time will remain Tuesday 20:00. We wish them well in sharing their courage, strength and hope in this new location. Go n-éirí an bóthar libh!