Recovery Community

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WE ARE OPEN AND HERE TO HELP with therapeutic and group support. Our dedicated team of outpatient counselors, and their supportive families, have adapted their living situations to a work-at-home environment and are available to conduct tele-assessments and tele-therapy using Zoom. Our equally dedicated team of inpatient providers, and their families, are working through their fears to provide lifesaving behavioral health services on our residential units.

TURN TO US FIRST. We will help you navigate your recovery journey.  Let us be your Lifeline!  Call NOW! (800) 604-0025.




Online Recovery Resources

Substance Use Resources

In the Rooms

  • Narcotics Anonymous
  • Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Recovery Dharma
  • CMA (Crystal Meth)
  • Wellbriety (Native Americans)
  • Codependency Grief and Relationships

  • Computer and Gaming Addicts Anonymous
  • Marijuana Anonymous
  • Narcotics Anonymous
  • Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Debtors Anonymous
  • Recovery Realm

Self-Management And Recovery Training (SMART)

  • SMART Recovery Meetings
  • General Support Meetings
  • Discussion Groups

Recovery Dharma: Uses Buddhist practices and principles to heal in recovery.

  • Monday Meditation
  • Various Group Meetings

Alano Club of Portland: Daily online recovery meetings, online recovery yoga classes, an online recovery Cross Fit session and connections with a peer specialist.

ATTC (Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network):

  • Narcotics Anonymous
  • Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Cocaine Anonymous
  • Never Alone Club
  • Chronic Pain Anonymous

Mental Health Resources

Another resource that is more for emotional support is Emotions Anonymous. They offer meetings via chat, Skype or phone and can help provide the coping skills and support when you need someone to listen.


Online Recovery Support

  • Hearing Voices Network
  • Family Support Meetings

Center for Discovery

  • Eating Disorder and Mental Health Support Groups


  • Online tool to help with stress, anxiety, chronic pain and more.

Spiritual Community Connections

Informative Videos

You don’t have to do it alone. Connecting with others on the path to recovery can help you:

Find your support

Joining a recovery support group gives you a network of people who are rooting for your success. We encourage you to take part in any groups and activities that are meaningful to you.

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