In-Person and Online Supports for People in Recovery 

4th Dimension Recovery: 4D offers a variety of recovery meetings for young people in recovery (age 18-35) including AA, NA, Recovery Dharma, Wellbreity, Recovery Yoga, and more. They also host a variety of 4D specific recovery groups. Some groups are now meeting in person, check their site for updates. http://4drecovery.org/services/recovery-meetings/

 

AA Meetings: Online Intergroup. Email, chat, audio, and forums meetings in a variety of languages. www.aa-intergroup.org/directory.php

 

Cocaine Anonymous: Online 12 Step Recovery from cocaine and all other mind-altering substances. Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recovery from their addiction. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using cocaine and all other mind-altering substances. www.ca-online.org/

 

Dual Diagnosis Anonymous of Oregon: DDA is a fellowship of persons who share their experiences, strengths, weaknesses, feelings, fears, and hopes with one another to resolve our dual diagnosis and/or learn to live at peace with unresolved problems. The only requirement for membership in DDA is a desire to develop healthy, addiction-free lifestyles. https://ddainc.org/

 

In the Rooms: A free online recovery tool that offers 130 weekly online meetings for those recovery from addiction and related issues. We embrace multiple pathways to recovery, including all 12-Step, Non-12 Step, Wellness, and Mental Health Modalities. www.intherooms.com/home/

 

Life Ring: LifeRing Secular Recovery is an organization of people who share practical experiences and sobriety support. There are as many ways to live free of drugs and alcohol as there are stories of successful sober people. Many LifeRing members attend other kinds of meetings or recovery programs, and we honor those decisions. Some have had negative experiences in attempting to find help elsewhere, but most people soon find that LifeRing’s emphasis on the positive, practical present-day can turn anger and despair into hope and resolve. LifeRing respectfully embraces what works for each individual. www.lifering.org/online-meetings

 

Marijuana Anonymous: MA is a fellowship of people who share our experience, strength, and hope with each other that we may solve our common problem and help others to recover from marijuana addiction. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using marijuana. www.marijuana-anonymous.org/find-a-meeting/

 

Narcotics Anonymous of the Greater Portland Area (including Clackamas County): NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. Both online and in-person meetings can be found on their website. https://www.portlandna.com/

 

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Clackamas County: NAMI Clackamas is a grassroots organization by and for people impacted by mental illness, whether in themselves or a family member. Most of our services are provided by peers...that is, people who have "been there" and "done that.” Everything we offer is available at no cost to the individual. Find resources and meetings on their website. https://www.namicc.org/

Recovery 2.0: Dedicated to helping people overcome all addictions and to build successful lives. Here on this channel, you will find valuable ideas, tools, and inspiration to help you get on and stay on your path to recovery from addiction. Whether you experience acute addiction or simply would like to overcome bad habits and be more effective, happy, and free, you will find something here that will light up your day. Since addiction will do whatever it can to dismantle a person’s life, we must use a holistic approach to help a person put their life back together. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-q1peS3J3C90-uZNXUZ7bw

 

Recovery Link: RecoveryLink™ is more than just peer recovery support or technology, we are a modern company created with communities in mind. Our mission is to provide a suite of accessible and impactful recovery support tools designed to elevate collective impact. Our platform is based on a recovery-oriented system of care and recovery management approach. RecoveryLink™ tools offer evidence-based recovery planning and recovery capital domains to promote long-term success. https://myrecoverylink.com/digital-recovery-support/

 

Refuge Recovery: Refuge Recovery is a practice, a process, a set of tools, a treatment, and a path to healing addiction and the suffering caused by addiction. Refuge Recovery recognizes a non-theistic approach to spiritual practice. Our program does not ask anyone to believe anything, only to trust the process and do the hard work of recovery. Our program is a systematic approach o treating and recovery from all forms of addiction using the traditional Buddhist practices of the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path.https://refugerecovery.org/meetings?tsml-day=any&tsml-region=online-english

 

Reimagining Recovery: Facebook group for people wanting to be involved in creating a community around recovery in Portland, Oregon. We’re striving to create an alternative model to 12-step programs, SMART recovery, Refuge Recovery, and more. What makes this project unique? The group puts the focus in recovery for EVERYONE, focused on practical coping skills, grounding and mindfulness practices, how to set boundaries, etc. This project is essentially about accessibility to quality, evidence-based recovery methodologies. “Take what works and leave the rest” is the starting premise rather than an afterthought. www.facebook.com/groups/reimaginingrecovery/

 

Secular Alcoholics Anonymous: We are an international organization that supports the Secular AA Community. Our mission is to assure suffering alcoholics that they can find sobriety in Alcoholics Anonymous without having to accept anyone else’s beliefs or deny their own. Secular AA does not endorse or oppose any form of religion or belief system and operates in accordance with the Third Tradition of Alcoholics Anonymous. “The only requirement for A.A. membership is a desire to stop drinking.” www.secularaa.org/online-meetings/

 

SMART Recovery: SMART Recovery Online (SROL) is a warm and caring online community where our participants interact and help one another recover from addictive behaviors. Features include: daily online meetings, message board, and 24/7 live chat. www.smartrecovery.org

 

SOS Sobriety: Secular Organizations for Sobriety is nonprofit network of autonomous, non- professional local groups dedicated solely to helping individuals achieve and maintain sobriety/abstinence from alcohol and drug addiction, food addiction, and more. www.sossobriety.org/on-line-groups

 

Unity Recovery: Unity Recovery and WEConnect Digital Recovery Meetings. During this pandemic, we realize that many in-person meetings have been cancelled or people may not be able to attend their regular meetings for various reasons. We are now offering online recovery support groups which will be available four times daily at 9am, 12pm, 3pm, and 9pm EST. All recovery meetings are non-denominational, agnostic to any specific recovery pathway, and are open to anyone. www.unityrecovery.org/