Recovery Blvd Treatment Center is not your average drug and alcohol treatment center. We provide a fresh approach that is tailored to young adult addiction treatment. Located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, our facility is in the heart of Portland, OR and embraces the fun, unique weirdness that makes the city of Portland great. We aren’t like all the other treatment centers and neither are our clients, our young adults have sustained years of continuous sobriety due to our innovative approach to treating young adults. We attend trainings and seek out the newest and most up to date information available on how to treat substance use disorder and impact on young adults
It is easy to feel the care and attention that went into creating a unique and inspiring space. From our treatment center, Sober Living Managers and topics of group programming, all the way to to our 18 - 35 age range clients; our vibe is that sobriety can be a fun way to live. We have worked hard to employ young adult leaders in the local recovery community. These employees model for our Clients what it is to be part of a friend group that truly has connection and fun without alcohol and drugs. We instill a spirit of inclusion and acceptance for each person brave enough to start this journey.
Recovery Blvd Treatment Center hosts, participates and sponsors many large events across the addiction treatment community. Summer we can be found at the Rainbow Trout Farm or floating the calm portion of the Clackamas river. Winter, we can be found at OMSI Museum, indoor rock climbing or playing lazier tag. We provide our clients with the opportunity to have fun without the use of alcohol or substances. Our facilities incorporate fun activities such as a pool table, ping pong, arcade games and more. We also host outings around the Pacific Northwest.
Our admissions team will make your entry into Recovery Blvd seamless and the least uncomfortable as possible so you can integrate into our recovery vibe. Verification of insurance benefits that qualify is the easy first step. You can message or call 971-302-0835 or email us your info to check benefits You'll never make another decision in your life as important as the one that ends your active addiction. Whether it’s alcohol, drugs, or other substances we are here for you. It is okay to be uncertain, just take the first step by calling.
We train and practice Schema Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy as basis for counseling. Treatment planning, goal setting and creating goals are a part of our program. It is our philosophy that a young person who has goals and feels empowered is less likely to start using substances again. We promote a joyful lifestyle of abstinence from mind altering substances by replacing negative belief systems or behaviors with a newly discovered self-esteem, balance, mental health care, goals, focus, creativity, self-expression, playfulness, community, being of service to others, mindfulness,
Redefine what it means to be in recovery at Recovery Blvd!
Who we can help
Recovery Blvd provides treatment, care, and support for young adults and professionals seeking help to overcome substance abuse. We provide a wide variety of resources for both individuals and families.
We also directly place into detox and residential treatment into wide variety of quality centers across the Pacific Northwest. If you are looking for Portland rehab services outside our offering, we easily can place you in the the right treatment program to start your recovery journey
specialized program tracks
Young Adult Track
This interactive track is for the client with a zest for adventure. This track incorporates the enthusiastic energy of the young adult with evidence based recovery theories.
Designed for the working professional. Made specifically for those balancing a career. Our groups are conducted on relevant topics for the professional client.
Our LGBTQ affirmative track. Our trained counselors conduct one-on-one sessions specifically designed with people who identify as LGBTQ.
Recovery Blvd helped my son come back to life. At the age of 19 he had burned every bridge and I wondered every night when the call would come that he had died of overdose or by someone else's hand in a drug house. We 100% believe that if he had gone anywhere else and if we had not had the guidance of Autumn, Dalton and Anthony we would of supported or enabled him right back into drugs and alcohol. The first 30 days was really hard and Chase called us once saying he needed to come home, he did not like it, threats to run or find another center. After consulting with his Counselor and Director, Dalton, and finding out that he was being asked to acknowledge, be willing to learn and correct his own behaviors, we just said no. At our 30 day family session my son thanked me and his Dad for saying no. He said that if we had helped him leave or run he would gone to get high again. My son read an apology letter to us and said that Blvd was the best thing that had happened to him in a long time. Our son had lost himself in addiction and also any motivation for a future. When he graduated from Blvd he was ready to start college and had a part-time job. He went on to manage a sober living home for 2 years and then moved into a Portland State University dorm apartment and started a 12 step meeting on campus. He still visits Recovery Blvd regularly and says they are family and they saved his life.
What can you say about the people and organization that took your calls at 9 or 10 pm frantic for help? The place that took the time and explained enabling and how addicts minds work over and over to us? What can I say about the men and women who are so wholly dedicated to saving our young people's lives?Truly, there is no words big enough or profound enough to explain how much we appreciate the staff and owners of Blvd. They are very good with young people and have figured out the secret to young people and sobriety. I cannot say enough about the skills my son learned and the personality change that occurred during his time with them. They took in my addicted, broken, sick, angry, mean boy and he came out a strong, SOBER, insightful, grateful, kind, helpful MAN!! He will now have 4 years this December 2020.
ALL OUR LOVE GOES OUT TO THE STAFF AT RECOVERY BLVD!