Resources: Recovery Services

  • 909 NW 24th Ave.
    Portland
    OR
    503-222-5756
    Hours: 10:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m., Mon-Fri ; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat., Sun.
    Transit: Bus: 15, 17, 77.

    12-step recovery center with more than 100 support meetings each week on 16 programs. Hosts sober social events, special holiday dinners for recovery community, and workshops and seminars.

  • 2724 N. Ainsworth
    Portland
    OR
    503-289-7758
    Transit: Trimet 35, 44, 72

    Long-term (8-10 month) faith-based residential curriculum for people with life problems, especially substance abuse.  Open to men and women 18 years and older.

  • 2415 SE 43rd Ave
    #200
    Portland
    OR
    97206-1671
    503-230-9654
    8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.; Monday- Thursday; 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday; 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday. Walk-in's for mental health 7a.m.- 8 p.m., every day.

    DUII program, addiction treatment, gambling, dual diagnosis, youth addictions for Multnomah, Washington and Marion counties.  Now offering treatment services to the LGBTQ community.

  • 3034 NE MLK Jr. Blvd.
    Portland
    OR
    503-283-3763
    Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday-Friday
    Transit: Bus: 4, 6, 33, 44.

    Mental illness, alcohol and drug recovery housing referrals; full service mental health and drug addiction counceling clinic; DUII program.

  • 10300 SW Eastridge St
    Beaverton
    OR
    97225
    503-944-5000 Local 877-703-8880 Toll Free
    open 24 hours, 7 days a week

    Private psychiatric hospital specializing in the treatment of mental health and chemical dependency. Cedar Hills provides Inpatient, Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs. All major insurance, Medicare & TRICARE are accepted.

  • Mt. Olivet Baptist Church
    8501 N. Chautauqua Blvd
    Portland
    OR
    97217
    503-240-7729
    6:30 p.m. - 9pm, Fridays. Food and fellowship from 6:30 p.m. to 7pm.
    Transit: Bus 4

    Faith based recovery program through the eight recovery principles found in the Bible in the Beatitudes and through the Christ-centered 12 Steps.

  • Undisclosed Location
    503-235-3546
    24 hours.

    Residential drug and alcohol treatment for single women who are pregnant or with children 5 years and younger. Intake number is 503-432-1068.

  • 726 W. Burnside
    Portland
    OR
    97209-3515
    503-944-4410
    8:30a.m.-7p.m. Monday-Friday. Walk ins Mon., Tues., Thurs. and Fri., please check in by 1p.m.
    Transit: MAX

    Outpatient alcohol and drug treatment, acupuncture, mentor program.

  • 526 SE Grand Ave.
    Portland
    OR
    97214-2215
    503-231-9334
    Winter hours: 10 a.m.-noon, Mon., Wed., Fri.; 5:45 p.m. shelter sign-up, Mon.-Sat.

    Faith based recovery program. Program is residential treatment. Men's long-term recovery is a 9-month to 2-year program with counseling and other services. Men's short-term recovery, 3-6 month program with group study sessions of the Bible, AA Big Book and 12-Step meetings.

  • 503-256-1666

    Help line and call center for people struggling with cocaine addiction.

  • 15 NE 11th Ave.
    Portland
    OR
    97214-1328
    503-239-8400
    8a.m.-5:00p.m., Monday-Friday; Not open to intake.
    Transit: 12, 19, 20.

    Outpatient methadone clinic and referrals to additional treatment centers.

  • 1427 SE 182nd Ave.
    Portland
    OR
    97233-5008
    503-761-6006 (Men) 503-761-6005 (Women)
    Transit: 27, 82

    Alcohol and drug treatment and outpatient services. Men's residential (44 beds), and women's (20 beds) at same facility; 4-6 month program for drugs.

     

  • 720 SE Washington Street
    Hillsboro
    OR
    97123
    503-648-0753
    8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday
    Transit: Max Blue

    DUII, outpatient alcohol and drug treatment

  • 11970 SW Greenburg Road
    Tigard
    OR
    97223
    503-624-8304
    Intake 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday - Friday.
    Transit: 76, 78

    Outpatient alcohol and drug treatment.

  • 10362 SW McDonald Rd.
    Tigard
    OR
    97224-4863
    503-624-0312
    8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
    Transit: 12

    Detox, residental and DUI

  • 1312 SW Washington St.
    Portland
    OR
    97205-2327
    503-535-1151or 503-535-1151
    8:00a.m. to 6:00p.m., Mon-Thurs.; 8:00a.m.-5:00p.m., Fri.
    Transit: MAX

    The adult program consists of gender-specific residential treatment, outpatient services and diversion services. DUII services Certified by State of Oregon.

  • 205 SE 3rd Street, Suite 100
    Hillsboro
    OR
    503-693-3104
    M-Th 8-6 and Friday 8-5

    Gender-specific outpatient addiction treatment services.

  • 521 SW 11th Ave.
    2nd Floor
    Portland
    OR
    97205
    (503) 222-6864 (877) 222-1332
    Please check out DDA's website for further information and a complete listing of meetings throughout the state of Oregon.
    Transit: MAX

    Dual Diagnosis Anonymous of Oregon is a peer support program based on a version of the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous with an additional 5 Steps that focus on Dual Diagnosis (mental illness and substance abuse). DDA's unique 12 Steps Plus 5 program offers hope for achieving the promise of recovery. 

  • 1949 SE 122nd Ave.
    PO Box 92067
    Portland
    OR
    97292
    503-253-5954
    Call for hours.
    Transit: 23,71,77,35,44,75.

    Outpatient alcohol and drug treatment, DUII program, violence intervention program, adult services. Cultural healing through recovery for African-American individuals.

  • 3941 SE Hawthrone
    Portland
    OR
    97214
    503-249-1413
    8:30a-5p, M-F
    Transit: 14, 71

    Serving people with mental health diagnoses. Help in finding and securing resources most effective for their mental health and well being.

  • 20 SW 97th Ave.
    Portland
    OR
    503-995-9023
    Hours: 24/7

    Housing for those recovering from alcoholism, drug addiction or incarceration. Christian based. Nine homes, seperated for men, women and children. Wash., Mult., and Col. counties. Call for intake/interview.

  • 720 SE Washington St.
    Hillsboro
    OR
    97123-4230
    503-674-7777
    9:30 a.m-6:30 p.m. Mon-Thur; 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m, Closed Fri.
    Transit: 57, MAX Blue Line

    Alcohol and drug treatment for and adults. Call for intake.

  • 1535 N. Williams Ave.
    Portland
    OR
    97227
    503-238-2067
    6:45a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. Must arrive by 7:45a.m.
    Transit: 4, 9, 44

    In-patient medical detox, CHIERS (24-hour sobering station can receive up to 6 people at a time). Sub-acute medical facility with 24-hour nurse staff and doctors on- call, counseling and referrals.

  • 10564 SE Washington St.
    Portland
    OR
    97232-2222
    503-228-9229
    9 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Monday- Thursday; 9 a.m.-5:30 pm Friday. 10:30-3:30 Sat.
    Transit: MAX Green.

    Integrated substance abuse treatment, mental health and wellness services. Holistic program with outpatient alcohol and drug treatment, DUII services, dual diagnosis and mental health, and gambling treatment services.

  • 4660 NE Belknap Court
    Suite 101-Y
    Hillsboro
    OR
    97123
    503-621-8735 / 503-543-6100
    11-7 p.m., Tues.-Fri., call for appointment.
    Transit: MAX blue line.

    Drug and alcohol outpatient; women's trauma recovery; and men's group programs (DUI certified)

  • 16641 SE 82nd Ave. Ste. 202
    Portland
    OR
    503-344-6710

    Community organization to help men and women with prior incarcerations and persons in recovery to transition back into the community. Clean and sober housing, community support group.

  • 14600 NW Cornell Road
    Portland
    OR
    97229-5442
    503-645-3300 For appointments call 503-645-9010 for any LifeWorks NW locations
    8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

    Assessment, outpatient  mental health and outpatient addiction treatment, medication management., stabilization, other services vary by location.

  • 503-645-9010
    8 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Friday. Call for information on multiple locations.

    Youth, adult, DUI, child and family.  Assessment, outpatient mental health and addiction treatment.  

  • 14255 SW Brigadoon Court
    Beaverton
    OR
    97005-3369
    503-645-9010 (Intake Line)
    Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
    Transit: 57, 62, Max Blue Line

    Program provides a "one-stop" source for assessment, therapy and treatment for addictions to alcohol, nicotine, and gambling.

  • Intake: Erin Oremland- 503-726-3742 / 503-726-3690

    Dual diagnosis program, case managers, residential options, drug and alcohol treatment, activities, and other social supports. Not a walk-in clinic.  Interpretation available upon request.

  • 4200 NE MLK Jr. Blvd.
    Portland
    OR
    97212-1120
    503-249-8559
    Transit: Bus: 4, 6, 72.

    Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings daily. Recovery dances and special events on weekends. Call for hours.

  • 421 SW 5th
    Ste 300
    Portland
    OR
    503-988-3081
    8 a.m.- 5 p.m., Monday - Friday

    Drug and alcohol referral for people begining enrollment with Dept. of Community Justice, or have a parole officer.

  • 1631 SW Columbia
    (office)
    Portland
    OR
    97201-6025
    503-621-1069 (residential) 503-231-2641 (outpatient)

    Chemical dependency, outpatient/residential. Mental health services.

  • 900 SW 12th
    Vancouver, WA
    OR
    360-737-0300

    8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Additional services, including work development, counselingand transitional housing. Case management for inpatient drug and alcohol treatment.

  • 111 W. Burnside St
    Portland
    OR
    97209-4007
    503-906-7690
    Transit: Max All, 16,12,19,20.

    12- to 18-month residential recovery program for men.  Addiction recovery, education, counseling, spiritual guidance, case management.  No charge.  Call for info.

  • 9450 SW Barnes Rd.
    Ste. 200
    Portland
    OR
    97225-6638
    503-216-2057
    9 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday- Friday.
    Transit: 20

    Adult outpatient services, DUI, related programs. Also referrals to Provicence detox.


  • 6855 NE 82nd Ave.
    Portland
    OR
    97214-1129
    971-230-5300
    8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday.
    Transit: 72

    Six-month work therapy/residential program for men only; AA, NA (men & women)

  • 13207 NE Halsey St.
    Portland
    OR
    97230-3238
    503-906-7650
    Transit: 23, 77

    12- to 18-month residential recovery program for women.  Children welcome up to age 9.  On-site state-certified childcare facility.  Addiction recovery, education, counseling, spiritual guidance, case management.  No charge.  Call for application information.

  • 3121 NE Sandy Blvd.
    Portland
    OR
    97232-2513
    503-230-1910
    10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Thrift Shop hours: 10 a.m.- 7 p.m.
    Transit: 12

    12-14-month faith-based residency program for men age 18 and older. Residents also work at the thrift shop at the same location.

  • 9370 SW Greenburg Rd.
    #601
    Portland
    OR
    97224
    503-246-5238
    8:30a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.; DUI rehabilitation class, Sat. 10a.m.-12p.m. and 12:30p.m.-2:30
    Transit: 43, 45, 76, 78 (Must walk several blocks)

    Outpatient, DUI recovery services.

  • 15 NW Third Ave.
    Portland
    OR
    97209-3906
    503-274-4483
    Transit: MAX

    Drug and alcohol residential program. 3-4 year recovery program.

  • 17200 SE Stark St.
    Portland
    OR
    97233-4546
    503-253-9321

    Recovery meetings: AA, NA, GA, CMA, Al-Anon, Nar-Anon. Call for meeting schedules.

  • 3710 SW U.S. Veterans Hospital Rd.
    Portland
    OR
    97239-2964
    503-220-8262

    Chemical addictions rehabilitation. Must be U.S military veteran and meet eligibility criteria. See also Veterans Services.

  • 16022 SE Stark St.
    Portland
    OR
    97233
    503-335-3264
    Transit: 20 Max Blue

    Alcohol and drug counseling and management, 12-step classes, after care in a transitional phase.

  • 2318 NE MLK
    Portland
    OR
    97212
    Intake line: 503-328-0270 Main line: 503-239-3929
    Transit: Bus 6

    Residential drug and alcohol treatment for adult men on medium or high risk supervision in Multnomah County.  6 month inpatient treatment followed by 6 months of outpatient for those who complete MRC residential program.  Must have referral.

  • undisclosed
    Portland
    OR
    (503) 235-0131

    Residential treatment for women, and women with children.  Referral through Multnomah County Probation and Parole required.

  • 4550 SW Stott Ave.
    Beaverton
    OR
    97005-2734
    503-641-2075
    Call for meeting/support times and/or intake assessment.
    Transit: 57

    West Side Service Center provides facilities for alcohol and drug recovery meetings to the Washington County area.