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Portland's Leading Treatment Center

Recovery Blvd Treatment Center is Portland's leading Addiction Treatment Center for young adults and professionals. Innovative therapies, positive peer culture, goals and life skills are just a few of the many areas we explore and inspire growth in our Clients. Our SE Hawthorne and 11th location makes ideal for those seeking drug addiction treatment, Intensive Outpatient, Sober Living or other treatments in the following neighborhoods: 

Portland's Pearl District: Fashionable and lively, the Pearl District is a shopping destination with hip brands, indie boutiques and the massive Powell's City of Books. Reclaimed warehouse spaces house The Pearl's many bars and restaurants, from craft breweries and artisan coffee shops to fine dining mainstays. Galleries showcase contemporary art, photography and glass works. In summer, families cool off in Jamison Square’s wading fountain.

Eliot: Eliot is a neighborhood in the North and Northeast sections of Portland, Oregon. It is approximately bounded by the Willamette River on the west, NE Fremont Street on the north, NE 7th Avenue on the east, and NE Broadway Street on the south

Sullivan's Gulch Neighborhood: Sullivan's Gulch is a neighborhood in the Northeast section of Portland, Oregon. The name commemorates Timothy Sullivan, an early farmer in the area. Sullivan settled his donation land claim on January 27, 1851.

Laurelhurst: Laurelhurst is a neighborhood of vintage homes and undulating streets surrounding a park of the same name, straddling the NE and SE sections of Portland. Stone markers flank the entrances to the area.

Grant Park: Grant Park refers to both a neighborhood and public park in the Northeast section of Portland, Oregon. The neighborhood is bordered by Alameda and Beaumont-Wilshire to the north; Rose City Park to the east; Hollywood District, Laurelhurst, and Sullivan's Gulch to the south; and Irvington to the west.

Hollywood District: The Hollywood District is a neighborhood of northeast Portland, Oregon, United States renamed for its historic 1920s-era Hollywood Theatre.

Kerns: Kerns is a neighborhood in the inner Northeast and Southeast sections of Portland, Oregon. It borders the Lloyd District and Sullivan's Gulch on the north, Laurelhurst on the east, Buckman and Sunnyside on the south, and Old Town Chinatown on the west.

The Lloyd District: The Lloyd District is a busy commercial area anchored by large venues like the Oregon Convention Center and the Moda Center arena, which hosts the city’s basketball team, big-name music acts and theater productions. The massive Lloyd Center shopping mall contains popular apparel chains, casual eateries and the public Lloyd Center Ice Rink. Classic diners, cafes and sports bars are found throughout the area.

Buckman: Buckman is a neighborhood in the Southeast section of Portland, Oregon. The neighborhood is bounded by the Willamette River on the west, E Burnside St. on the north, SE 28th Ave. on the east, and SE Hawthorne Blvd. on the south.

Slabtown: Northwest Portland's trendy Slabtown neighborhood boasts walkable streets, plentiful shopping, coffee, restaurants and art galleries.

Goose Hallow: Goose Hollow is a neighborhood in southwest Portland, Oregon, United States. It acquired its distinctive name through early residents' practice of letting their geese run free in Tanner Creek Gulch and near the wooded ravine in the Tualatin Mountains known as the Tanner Creek Canyon.

Downtown Portland: Downtown is a buzzing area with indie boutiques selling local brands, and a creative dining scene ranging from eclectic food trucks to high-end seafood bistros. In Tom McCall Waterfront Park, the Portland Saturday Market has live music and sells crafts like leather, jewelry and glass art. The Portland Art Museum’s collection includes Asian and Native American art, while Keller Auditorium stages ballet and concerts.

Sunnyside: Sunnyside is a neighborhood in the south east section of Portland, between SE Stark Street and SE Hawthorne Blvd. and from SE 28th Ave. to SE 49th Ave. The Sunnyside Neighborhood motto is "Proud Past, Bright Future"

Richmond: Richmond is a neighborhood in the Southeast section of Portland, Oregon. It borders Sunnyside on the north, Mt. Tabor and South Tabor on the east, Creston-Kenilworth on the south, and Hosford-Abernethy on the west. The northern edge of the neighborhood is part of the Hawthorne District.

Ladd's Addition: Ladd's Addition is an inner southeast historic district of Portland, Oregon, United States. It is Portland's oldest planned residential development, and one of the oldest in the western United States.

Hosford AbernethyHosford-Abernethy is a neighborhood in the inner Southeast section of Portland, Oregon. It borders Buckman and Sunnyside on the north, Richmond on the east, Brooklyn and Creston-Kenilworth on the south, and Downtown Portland and South Portland on the west.

Creston-Kenilworth: Creston-Kenilworth is a neighborhood in the Southeast section of Portland, Oregon, lying between SE 26th Ave. on the west and SE Foster Rd. on the east, and between SE Powell Blvd. on the north and SE Holgate Blvd. on the south.

Brooklyn: Brooklyn is a mostly residential neighborhood in southeast Portland, Oregon. It sits along the east side of the Willamette River in the vicinity of Reed College.

South Waterfront: The redeveloped South Waterfront is home to high-rises, Oregon Health & Sciences University buildings and Tilikum Crossing, a car-free bridge that lights up at night. The Portland Aerial Tram, which connects the waterfront with the OHSU campus, offers panoramic views. Dining options in the area include modern global eateries and local fast-food chains. Walking and cycling trails line the South Waterfront Greenway

Corbett-Terwilliger-Lair Hill: South Portland is a long, narrow neighborhood just south of Downtown Portland, Oregon, hemmed in between the Willamette River and the West Hills. It stretches from I-405 and the Marquam Bridge on the north, to SW Canby St. and the Sellwood Bridge in the south.

Southwest Portland: The area of Southwest Portland is home to many of the city’s attractions such as the International Rose Test Garden, Japanese Gardens, Hoyt Arboretum, Children’s Museum, and Oregon Zoo. And they are only minutes from downtown.

Woodstock: Woodstock is a neighborhood located in inner southeast Portland, Oregon, United States. Woodstock is bounded on the north by Southeast Holgate Boulevard, east by Southeast 45th and Southeast 60th Streets, south by Johnson Creek, and west by Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard.

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