Empower individuals and their families on the journey to addiction recovery. Give a life-saving gift to the Alano Club today!
We’re always here for you, with more than 100 weekly meetings across more than 20 distinct mutual-aid programs offered 365 days a year! See Schedule
“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.”
Featured Events and Classes
Sundays • 3 – 4 pm
Class is free. First come, first served. 20 person capacity per class.
September 5, 2016 • 10 AM – 12 pm
The largest National Recovery Month event in the NW! Join us for an exciting program of speakers followed by joining hands along the I-5 Bridge, from Washington to Oregon, in a powerful celebration of the unity and strength of recovery.
Saturdays • 2 pm
The Alano Club of Portland is excited to offer FREE weekly mindfulness meditation classes using the iRest (Integrative Restoration) Yoga Nidra method of meditation. Class is free. First come, first served. 20 person capacity per class.
Donate Now to Support Yassine’s PCT Run for Recovery!
On July 16th Yassine along with two other ultra-runners will run the 460 mile Oregon section of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) for charity and attempt to break the Fastest Known Supported Time (FKT). All proceeds from the run will be divided among three charitable organizations, and the Alano Club of Portland is lucky to be among them!Yassine Diboun is a major figure in the ultra-running scene, routinely placing in the top 10 in the most difficult American ultra-marathons.
We are located at:
909 NW 24th Avenue • Portland, Oregon 97210
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.