Offers peer mentoring services to adults in drug and alcohol recovery. Peer mentors are certified recovery mentors who have over two years of sobriety and are integrated into the recovery community. Mentors provide assistance in helping clients to find housing; employment; applying for benefits such as TANF, OHP, etc.; guidance about legal aid programs; and transportation to recovery-oriented meetings and events. Mentors may have co-occurring disorders and an understanding of dual diagnosis, but are not trained to assist clients with severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI).

The 4D Recovery Community Center offers 12-step meetings every night, as well as recovery-related activities and events, including dances, barbecues, poetry nights, and movie nights.
3807 NE Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard
Portland, OR 97212
Eligibility: Adults of the age 18-35 who are struggling with substance/alcohol use. Works with clients currently in treatment, just leaving treatment, or at any other stage of their recovery process.
Hours: Recovery Community Center: Monday-Friday 3pm-midnight, Saturday/Sunday 11am-midnight
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (971) 703-4623 Main phone
  • (971) 703-4623 Main phone
Email Address: support@4drecovery.org
COVID-19 INFORMATION: Due to COVID-19, centers are closed. 4D staff are available by phone for support. Contact info on website.
FEES: None
INTAKE PROCEDURE: Walk in, call, or visit website for more information. Non Multnomah County residents should be referred by Impact NW.
DOCUMENTS: None required at intake
AREA SERVED: Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington Counties
SITE HOURS: Monday-Friday 3pm-midnight, Saturday/Sunday 11am-midnight
TRAVEL/LOCATION INFORMATION: Located between NE Failing and NE Beech Streets, next to Planned Parenthood and Champions Barbershop. On TriMet bus line 6.
  • Benefits Assistance * Substance Use Disorder Issues
  • Case/Care Management * Substance Use Disorder Counselors
  • General Addictions/Substance Use Disorder Support Groups
  • Job Finding Assistance * Substance Use Disorder Issues
  • Substance Use Disorder Drop In Programs
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