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Featured Events and Classes


Community-Based Naloxone Training

FEBRUARY 23   •   2-3pm

Presenter: Haven Wheelock
Outside In IDU Program Coordinator + Fellow at John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Recovery Crossfit

mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri   •    2-3 pm
Wednesday   •    11 am-Noon

A FREE CrossFit program for the recovery community. Join us for a great workout led by professional CrossFit coaches at X-Factor’s incredible studio in NW Portland.

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Oregon Recovery Expungement Clinic

3rd Wednesday of the month   •    5-8 pm

We are thrilled to partner with Metropolitan Public Defender to offer the Oregon Recovery Expungement Clinic, where all expungement legal services are offered free of charge.

You must fill out this form to be prescreened prior to attending.

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Mindfulness-Based
Recovery Support
Group

Thursdays   •    7 pm

Explore how the principles of mindfulness, acceptance, and compassion can support your recovery process and help you live more in line with your values.

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Jimmy Lott

February 15   •    7 pm

Join us for the next Artist in Recovery Event featuring Jimmy Lott!

“Jimmy Lott is one of those artists you feel you might have heard before. Perhaps because he writes from that place where we all come from when we are at our best…the heart. We recognize his voice because it is our voice. One of the best writers and best kept secrets in rock.”
~ Brian Ray Guitar & Bass, Paul McCartney

She Recovers

Affirmation bracelets
February 22   •    7 pm

Join Portland-area women in a Meetup group for connection and community as part of the international women’s movement, SHE RECOVERS.

Introduction to Mindfulness-based Relapse Prevention

Saturday, March 2  •    2-5 pm

This workshop introduces mindfulness practices proven to sustain a successful recovery from addictive behaviors.

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Sounds of Recovery

Saturdays   •    4-5 pm

Join us as we come together as artists in recovery to express our creativity through the power of music, poetry, dance and more.

Introduction to Mindful
Self-Compassion

Saturday, February 16   •    2-5 pm

This workshop focuses on the science of Mindful Self Compassion and its relationship to mediating and tools designed to help you respond to difficult moments and stress in your life with kindness, care and understanding.

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Talent Show

March 2   •    7 pm

Join us for the 6th Annual Alano Club’s Got Talent Show! Sign up up your act today in the Club Office.

Improvisation Workshop

April 6   •    1:30-3:30 pm

Learn a fun and practical approach to the “Acting As If” concept in recovery, through classical improvisation exercises.

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Mindfulness-Based Meditation group

Mondays   •    7 pm

This group will provide a space for individuals interested in deepening their meditation practice within a supportive recovery community.

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Recovery Yoga

Sundays   •    2-3 pm
Tuesdays   •    2-3 pm

Class is FREE • First come, first served • 20 person capacity per class

“When I first moved to Portland I didn’t know anyone and I was terrified I might slip up and drink. I knew I had to get connected into the recovery community and the near round-the-clock schedule at the Alano Club of Portland made that possible. It didn’t take long to make close friends and establish a new foundation for my recovery.”


We are located at:
909 NW 24th Avenue • Portland, Oregon 97210

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The Power of Recovery


Each year, the Alano Club helps more recovering individuals and families reclaim their lives and go on to thrive than any other treatment organization in the entire state of Oregon. More than 10,000 visitors walk through our doors every month for support and fellowship in their journey to lasting sobriety. Countless lives are being saved on a daily basis at the Club—and the generous hearts of caring members across our community help make it all possible.

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