PeerGalaxy Calendar

Welcome to PeerGalaxy Calendar featuring over 82,000 monthly offerings of FREE telephone- and online-accessible peer support, recovery support + wellness activities!

Over 30+ warmlines plus webinars, workshops, job postings, special events, consumer input opportunities and more.


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Training Opportunities in July 2020
List Provided Courtesy of State of Oregon, Oregon Health Authority
Click here to download PDF Format, 16 pages

How Events are Sorted:

First, at the top of the list: Disaster Hotline & Oregon Safe + Strong Helpline.

Next in the list: Bundled “All Day” Events for organizations with events happening at multiple times throughout the day and/or in many formats or locations; these are bundled into a single listing to prevent endless scrolling.  Usually these offer a lookup by zip code or other criteria. 

Lastly, Time-Specific Events listed by start time from 12:01am early morning to 11:59pm late night.  Warmlines and places east of Oregon’s time zone tend to start earlier (e.g. 4am in Oregon is 7am in New York).

01 – Helpline – SSH – Safe + Strong Helpline for Behavioral, Mental and Emotional Health Support – Interpreters Available @ 1-800-923-4357 (HELP) – 24/7 Weekdays and Weekends @ Phone, Toll-Free
May 27 all-day

Safe & Strong Oregon Helpline

FREE, available 24/7 at 1-800-923-4357  

Language interpreters available

1-800-923-HELP (4357)

Excerpt(s) from L4L (Lines for Life) web page:,is%20struggling%20and%20seeking%20support

Help is free and available 24/7. Language interpreters are available.

Safe + Strong Helpline, in partnership with the Oregon Health Authority, is an emotional support and resource referral line that can assist anyone who is struggling and seeking support. Callers do not need to be in a crisis to contact this line.

Many of us are juggling concerns about wildfires and smoke, COVID-19, political unrest, financial instability, and more, in addition to the everyday things we personally struggle with.

Disasters can leave us feeling increased anxiety, worry, anger, or depression. In these challenging times, we provide emotional support, mental health triage, drug and alcohol counseling, or just connection with a person who cares.

If you or a loved one is feeling worried, upset, or overwhelmed, give us a call. Our call counselor will listen, assess your needs, and problem-solve with referral to community services and resources if needed.

Visit the Safe & Strong Oregon website for more resources and information at:

4D – 4th Dimension Recovery – Recovery Meetings – Weekdays and Weekends @ Online Via ZOOM
May 27 all-day


4th Dimension Recovery

 Recovery Meetings – Monday through Sunday


Love Wins @ 5:30PM

Welcomes youth, LGBTQ+ non-binary and POC. Low-key NA book study meeting that offers an inclusive, safe space for marginalized people.


A New Freedom, A New Happiness @ 7:15PM

AA Big Book study for all. Newcomers welcome.

No More Methin’ Around @ 9PM

New CMA meeting started by young people in the community!

Night Owls @ 11PM



Open 4 Attack @ 5:30PM

Men’s open recovery meeting that promotes strength through vulnerability and positive feedback

Southern Comfort @ 7:30PM

Traditional weekly AA speaker meeting that celebrates birthdays.

HYBRID, Zoom ID: 345-408-4670




Energized open recovery meeting that holds a safe space for creative shares such as dance, music, poetry, etc.

Night Owls @ 11PM




Hybrid AA Closed Men’s meeting. We meet frequently so that newcomers may find the fellowship they seek. HYBRID ZOOM ID: 779-832-085 PW: Knucks

Night Owls @ 11PM



Sick Friends 7:00PM

OPEN AA MEETING: welcoming of people from all stages of the recovery journey. COME FOR THE COFFEE STAY FOR THE MESSAGE

Night Owls @ 11:PM




H.A. meeting started by young people in the community!


Weekly Saturday night speaker meeting. @ new speakers every week!

HIBRID ZOOM ID: 438-175-7799 PW SNL

Night Owls @ 11PM




A diverse NA meeting for female identifying and non-binary persons with a strong group conscious & reliable home group.

ZOOM: 818-48810-739 PW: queens

S.M.A.R.T @ 5:30PM

To learn CBT skill for coping wi/addiction in recovery


Open NA meeting with a growing community presence

Night Owls @ 11PM


Want to start a new meeting at Milwaukie 4D?

Contact ELLY at: 971-865-9732


ACP – Alano Club of Portland – Virtual Online Meetings – Weekdays & Weekends @ Online via Zoom
May 27 all-day


In addition to over 100 weekly mutual aid support meetings, the Alano Club offers other recovery resources, like weekly recovery yoga and mindful meditation classes, monthly seminars on topics like brain chemistry and addiction and relationships and recovery, and regular workshops on topics ranging from recovery advocacy to mindful-based relapse prevention. The Alano Club also hosts large-scale sober social events, like our Recovery Art Walk, Recovery Talent Show and holiday community dinners.

Recovery Resources and Supports for Addictions Recovery During COVID-19

The following organizations provide links to daily online resources, supports and meetings for people recovering from addictions during COVID-19.  Events change daily and offerings serve a wide variety of people recovering many forms of addiction.


The Alano Club of Portland – Meetings Schedule with Links (Including Online Meetings) offers this daily schedule with links to a variety of online recovery meetings and events.

NOTE: Meeting rooms open 15 minutes prior to official start times.  All times are listed in Pacific Standard Time. Events and meeting times vary daily.


Alano Club meeting types include:

AA: Alcoholics Anonymous
ACA: Adult Children of Alcoholics
Al-Anon: Families & Friends of Alcoholics
AVS: Attention Veritability Syndrome
CLA: Clutterers Anonymous
CMA: Crystal Meth Anonymous
CODA: Codependents Anonymous

COSA: Partners of Sex Addicts
DA: Debtors Anonymous
FA: Food Addicts
GA: Gamblers Anonymous
HA: Heroin Anonymous
MA: Marijuana Anonymous
NA: Narcotics Anonymous
OA: Overeaters Anonymous

RCA: Recovering Couple Anonymous
RR: Refuge Recovery
RTS: Recovery Toolkit Series
SAA: Sex Addicts Anonymous
SIA: Survivors of Incest Anonymous SLAA: Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous
SMART: Self Management And Recovery Training
WA: Workaholics Anonymous
WB: Wellbriety

Meeting Details:
(C) Closed
(G) Gay
(L) Lesbian
(MO) Men Only
(SM) Secular Meeting
(WO) Women Only


Portland Alano Club Website:


Events Calendar

Facebook Social Media Page

AM – All Month – Veterans Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255, Veterans and Military Families Resources and Information
May 27 all-day



Veterans Crisis Line: 800-273-8255, Press 1

Women Veterans Hotline: 855-829-663

Vet Center Call Center: 877-WAR-VETS (927-8387)

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Caregiver Support Line: 855-260-3274

Lines for Life Military Help Line:  Call 1-888-457-4838

Senior Loneliness Line:  Call 503-200-1633

The Trevor Project:  866-488-7386



Veteran Resource Navigator

The coronavirus pandemic has changed our world. But it has not changed Oregon’s commitment to those who served and fought for us.

This comprehensive online resource guide is meant to assist veterans from all walks of life in finding the benefits that are most useful to their unique circumstances at this time.

These benefits and resources are yours, earned through your faithful and honorable service to our nation; they are also an investment in the state of Oregon, because your success is our success.

Oregon veterans are a diverse community, but we are united in our shared service, and this has never been truer than it is today. We are all in this together, and we are not defeated. We will stand again, united.

If you are a veteran or family member with specific questions not addressed here, or if you need other direct assistance, please contact an ODVA Resource Navigator by calling (503) 373-2085 or toll-free at 1-800-692-9666.

Resources by Topic Area

COVID Economic Resources


Emergency aid, employment, disability, taxes, scams, veteran-owned businesses

COVID Housing and Food Resources

Housing and Food

Housing security and support, homelessness resources, food

COVID Education Resources


Federal VA resources, Voc Rehab re-entry, GI Bill updates, apprenticeships info

COVID Resources

Other Resources

Resources for families, aging veterans, and Oregon OEM COVID-19 resources

COVID Health and Wellness Resources

Health and Wellness

Healthcare, mental health, medical transportation, crisis hotlines

COVID Agency Resources

Agency Resources

Changes and updates about ODVA’s programs and resources




Veteran Services by County

Click on the  map below to access resources in your county.



Click on the Image Below to find services by category


COVID-19 ALERT – Due to COVID-19, many County Offices are limiting in-person services and are providing services by phone.

Please call your County Veteran Service Office before going in to confirm how they can best serve you during this time.


If you are a veteran or family member with specific questions not addressed here, or if you need other direct assistance,

please contact an ODVA Resource Navigator by calling (503) 373-2085 or toll-free at 1-800-692-9666.

Contact ODVA Headquarters

Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs
700 Summer St NE
Salem, OR 97301







Whether you’re just getting out of the service or you’ve been a civilian for years now, the VA Welcome Kit can help guide you to the benefits and services you’ve earned. Based on where you are in life, your VA benefits and services can support you in different ways. Keep your welcome kit handy, so you can turn to it throughout your life—like when it’s time to go to school, get a job, buy a house, get health care, retire, or make plans for your care as you age.

Print out your VA Welcome Kit

Whether you’re just getting out of the service or you’ve been a civilian for years now, the VA Welcome Kit can help guide you to the benefits and services you’ve earned.

Based on where you are in life, your VA benefits and services can support you in different ways. Keep your welcome kit handy so you can turn to it throughout your life—like when it’s time to go to school, get a job, buy a house, get health care, retire, or make plans for your care as you age.

Download your VA Welcome Kit

Feel free to share this guide with friends or family members who need help with their benefits too. You can print out copies for yourself and others:

Download our guides to VA benefits and services

For Veterans

For family members


Other Resources Available to Veterans and Military Service Members

DD214 & Military Records Request:

Veteran Resource Navigator site by ODVA:

(Oregon)Military Help Line:  

Call 888-457-4838

VA Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255:

Press 1.VA Confidential crisis chat at net or text to 838255 

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, National Center for PTSD:

Defining Discharge Status:,DD%20214%20must%20have%20a

How to apply for a discharge status upgrade:

Oregon Supportive Services for Vets & Families (Housing):

Clackamas County VSO’s (Veteran Service Officers):

Portland VA Clinic that can help with homelessness & medical care:


National Resource Directory (NRD)

The National Resource Directory (NRD) is a resource website that connects wounded warriors, Service Members, Veterans, their families, and caregivers to programs and services that support them. The NRD is hosted, managed, maintained, sustained and developed by the Defense Health Agency’s Recovery Coordination Program.

It provides access to services and resources at the national, state and local levels to support recovery, rehabilitation and community reintegration. Visitors can find information on a variety of topics that supply an abundance of vetted resources. For help finding resources on the site, visit the How to Use this site section of the NRD. Please see below for some of our major categories.


The National Recovery Directory is a partnership among the Departments of Defense, Labor, and Veterans Affairs. Information contained within the NRD is from federal, state, and local government agencies; Veteran and military service organizations; non-profit and community-based organizations; academic institutions and professional associations that provide assistance to wounded warriors and their families.


Find definitions to commonly used terms in VA, DoD, DOL, and other federal government agencies.


Get to know your NRD: why it was created, who operates it, and all the resources meant for you.


Find contacts in the Departments of Defense, Labor, and Veterans Affairs and Military Services.





Tue, January 25, 2022, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM PST


Semper Fi & America’s Fund offers a Caregiver Support Program encompassing a variety of activities, education, support tools and resource connections designed to assist the spouses, parents, siblings, extended family members, or close friends who drop everything to care for a catastrophically wounded, critically ill or injured service member. The Caregiver Support Program provides different types of events to suit the busy schedules of our caregivers.

Join MVCN with special guest Karen Hetherington, Director of Case Management for the Semper Fi & America’s Fund, a non-profit that assists catastrophically wounded, ill and injured service members. Ms. Hetherington will share about Semper Fi & America’s Fund’s programs and answer questions.

Come learn how Semper Fi & America’s Fund can help you!


**Please SAVE your confirmation email as it contains information to join the Zoom group.** Check your spam or junk folder if you do not receive an email confirmation from Eventbrite.Find other peer support opportunities on our Caregiver Calendar on the MVCN website. the safe and secure, caregiver-only Online Community available 24/7 for support.





Dual Diagnosis Anonymous



“You protected us, now we support you!”

DDA was founded by a highly decorated veteran, Corbett Monica. After serving in the Vietnam War, like other veterans, returning to home only find anguish, trauma, and remorse. After suffering from severe PTSD, OCD, survivors guilt, and addictions, Corbett found a way to transcend from destructive means with the inception of Dual Diagnosis Anonymous (DDA) providing hope and recovery through our peer support which is now his legacy.

Culturally responsive DDA’s Veterans meetings are intended to provide a safe venue to be open about depression, post-traumatic stress, alcohol and drug use, abuse, and addiction as well as serve as a resource for navigation of the telehealth system, It will encourage healthy solutions for adapting to the changing times. Specifically. the project will Improve access for Veterans and military service members to dual diagnosis services through the creation of on-line recovery support groups and on-line DDA meetings.

This project will serve Veterans throughout the state and is beginning outreach through Veterans publications, local newspapers, the VA, Veterans websites, list services, and anything else that will help identify Oregonians who can use the services.


More Ways to Connect

Join our Private Online Group

DDA Veterans Resource Group and Chatroom:

In Person Meetings


Wednesdays 5pm to 7pm

1520 Sherman Ave North Bend, OR 97459

Online Meetings


Tuesdays 12pm-1pm Pacific Time Zone

Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 843 9834 1923

By Phone

Give our Central Office a call at (503)-222-6484



VA National Center on PTSD

                PTSD Treatment Decision Aid

                Educational Materials

                Mobile Apps

                Whiteboard Videos

                Consultation Program


VA Healthcare – Community Care network

Minority Veterans of America


Vet Centers:

Central Oregon Vet Center

Eugene Vet Center

Grants Pass Vet Center

Portland Vet Center

Salem Vet Center


Community Based Outpatient Clinics:


Morrow County VA Telehealth Clinic (Boardman OR)

Brookings VA Clinic

Wallowa County VA Telehealth Clinic (Enterprise OR)

Eugene Health Care Center

Eugene VA Downtown Clinic

Fairview Clinic

Grants Pass West VA CBOC

Hillsboro CBOC

Klamath Falls CBOC

La Grande CBOC

Lincoln City Clinic

North Bend VA Clinic

Community Resource and Referral Center (CRRC)

Salem CBOC

North Coast CBOC


Military Children Resources

Military kids face unique psychological challenges related to military life. Compared to their non-military peers, military kids are many times more likely to move multiple times during their school careers and have a parent absent for long periods of time in potentially dangerous locations – factors that can greatly stress military kids’ mental health.

The Defense Health Agency maintains two online resources to support military children use the links povided below:

  • Military Kids Connect is an online community specifically for military children ages 6-17, and provides access to age-appropriate resources for military kids and also for parents, caregivers, and educators to help them understand and support military kids at home and in school.
  • Sesame Street for Military Families is a free, bilingual (English and Spanish) website where families can find information and multimedia resources on the topics of military deployments, multiple deployments, homecomings, injuries, grief, and self-expression.
AM – All Month – Eating and/or Body Image Struggles – Resources for Peer Support, Recovery & Wellness
May 27 all-day
Eating Problems 
Body Image Struggles, Wellness, Support
A 12-step recovery program

Food addiction can take many forms. Symptoms include obesity, under eating, and bulimia. People often think of the term “eating disorders” when describing the disease of food addiction. Food addicts are obsessed with food, body size, and weight. We spend our days thinking about when and what we are going to eat or not eat. Binging, purging, and dieting are a way of life. The bottom line is that we can’t stop thinking about eating. Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA) offers relief from the symptoms of eating disorders and guidance on living in recovery.

ANAD – National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders
ANAD is committed to providing free, peer support services to anyone struggling with an eating disorder Our free, eating disorders Helpline is available for treatment referrals, support and encouragement, and general questions about eating disorders.
Call the Helpline // 888.375.7767
Support Group // Find a Support Group
Peer Mentors // Request a Mentor
Treatment // Search our national directory
Our Helpline is available Monday-Friday, 9am-9pm CST. We will return messages left outside these hours.
NEDA – National Eating Disorders Association
NEDA: External link  list of virtual support groups for different time zones offered by multiple organizations dedicated to eating disorder recovery across the United States.
  1. Online chat

    Online Chat

    Monday—Thursday 9am—9pm ET

    Friday 9am—5pm ET

  1. Call NEDA's eating disorders helpline


    (800) 931-2237

    Monday—Thursday 11am—9pm ET

    Friday 11am—5pm ET

    Translation services are available on the phone.

  1. Call NEDA's eating disorders helpline


    (800) 931-2237

    Pilot hours: Monday—Thursday 3pm—6pm ET

Eating Disorder Foundation Support Groups, Eating Disorder Foundation: External link  list of recurring virtual support groups for people recovering from eating disorders, as well as family members and friends who are supporting someone through recovery.

Around the Dinner Table Forum, FEAST: External link  online community of parents of eating disorder patients around the world.  [note, I would say parents/caregivers of family members or persons experiencing eating struggles or struggling with eating, not patients!]

The Sanctuary, Beat Eating Disorders: External link  information about an online chat room for U.K. residents recovering from an eating disorder.

Coffee and Conversations for Moms, Rock Recovery: External link  monthly virtual support group for mothers who are recovering from an eating disorder.

Free Eating Disorder and Mental Health Support Groups, Center for Discovery Eating Disorder Treatment: External link  free platform for peer-based support groups for anyone who has been affected by an eating disorder or seeking mental health support.

ARFID (Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder) / Duke University

  Support Group NameDuke ARFID Parent Education Group
  Contact Name Chantal Gil
Meeting Location  Virtual through our community website. Members must first sign up for a free membership to our website, and then they can register for a group. (

Pro-Recovery Support Group, Monday Evenings

7:00 PM EST /4:00 PM PST

Pro-Recovery Support Group, Saturday Mornings

11:00 AM EST/ 8:00 AM PST

Pro-Recovery support groups are open to individuals, ages 18+, who are  experiencing and/or are on the journey to recovery from an eating disorder.

Register here.

Family and Friends Group, Wednesday Evenings

7:00 PM EST /4:00 PM PST

18percent is a free online community based off Slack, where one can receive peer to peer support. 18percent has channels on various mental health issues, one of which is eating disorders. They offer free, 24/7 eating disorder support in a moderated environment. For more information, click the link below and sign up.

Click Here to Learn More

The main aim of EDRC is to increase awareness and understanding of eating disorders for the public and for health professionals; to promote early diagnosis, effective treatment, and recovery; and to advocate for mental health parity legislation and effective insurance coverage. We collaborate with other organizations such as National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) in our effort to bring the needed attention to eating disorders.

The Lotus Collaborative: Online Eating Disorder Recovery Support Group

This group is for anyone struggling with an eating disorder to get recovery support as well as to practice giving recovery support to others. While this is not a therapy group, it is a supportive virtual environment in which to meet others working towards recovery, build relationships, gain insight, and practice recovery skills. ​Everyone working towards eating disorder recovery is welcome.

Where: This group will take place via Zoom Room Meetings (Phone app or web browser). Sign up at

When: Every Sunday, 1pm – 2:30pm

Contact: email: or set up a consultation:

The Lotus Collaborative: Online Supporters Group

The Lotus Collaborative hosts a free online support group for the friends and family members supporting a loved one through eating disorder recovery. This group is a space for family members and friends to get support, ask questions and connect with others in the supporting role.

Where: This group will take place via Zoom Room Meetings (Phone app or web browser). Sign up at

When: ​Every Thursday, 6pm – 7pm PST

Contact: email: or set up a consultation:

AM – All Month – ODVA – Oregon Dept of Veterans Affairs – Veterans Resource number (1-800-698-2411) & Veteran Resource Listings
May 27 all-day


Veteran Resource Navigator

The Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs (ODVA) has a comprehensive online resource guide (VETERAN RESOURCE NAVIGATOR) available to assist veterans in finding the benefits that are most useful to their unique circumstances at this time.


Use the link below for the Veteran Resource Navigator



Print out your VA Welcome Kit

Whether you’re just getting out of the service or you’ve been a civilian for years now, the VA Welcome Kit can help guide you to the benefits and services you’ve earned.

Based on where you are in life, your VA benefits and services can support you in different ways. Keep your welcome kit handy, so you can turn to it throughout your life—like when it’s time to go to school, get a job, buy a house, get health care, retire, or make plans for your care as you age.

Download your VA Welcome Kit

You are welcome to share this guide with friends or family members who need help with their benefits too. You can print out copies for yourself and others:

Download our guides to VA benefits and services

For Veterans

For family members

Other Resources Available to Veterans and Military Service Members

DD214 & Military Records Request:

Veteran Resource Navigator site by ODVA:

(Oregon)Military Help Line:  

Call 888-457-4838

VA Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255:

Press 1.VA Confidential crisis chat at net or text to 838255 

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, National Center for PTSD:

Defining Discharge Status:,DD%20214%20must%20have%20a

How to apply for a discharge status upgrade:

Oregon Supportive Services for Vets & Families (Housing):

Clackamas County VSO’s (Veteran Service Officers):

Portland VA Clinic that can help with homelessness & medical care:

Portland VA Mental Health Clinic:

Veterans Crisis Line/ Suicide Prevention:


If you are a veteran or family member with specific questions not addressed here, or if you need other direct assistance,

please contact an ODVA Resource Navigator by calling (503) 373-2085 or toll-free at 1-800-692-9666.


Contact ODVA Headquarters

Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs
700 Summer St NE
Salem, OR 97301


Phone: (800) 692-9666 or (503) 373-2085

Fax: (503) 373-2392

CA – Crim-Anon – Criminals Anonymous Fellowship – Virtual Online Meetings – Weekdays and Weekends @ Online via Zoom
May 27 all-day



CRIM ANON (Criminals Anonymous) Recovery Groups

Without YOU There Is No Us

Virtual Groups on Weekdays and Week Ends

About Crim-Anon (Criminals Anonymous)

We are a recovery fellowship comprised of men, women, youth, survivors, and their families that are committed to supporting and living a crime-free lifestyle. We welcome you to check out our website at Zoom on in with us!  To join this meeting, use the ZOOM Link and Meeting ID provided below:

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID   650-531-2068

Criminal Anonymous World Services
2601 SE 160th Ave., Portland, OR 97236
Bear C: (971) 282-1903
Zane M: (503) 754-5217
Billy S: (971) 985-4849
Hours of Operation    24/7 
Get in touch with our team at Criminal Anonymous World Services in Portland, OR if you need support, have any questions.
Grand Elders are available      24/7:
 Bear – (971) 282-1903
 Zane – (503) 754-5217
 Reina – (503) 446-0243
 Billy – (971) 985-4849
 Bo – (971) 772-8307
 Amber – (503) 799-2552
 Andrey M – (503) 660-9448
 Tara – (971) 323-2699
 DJ – (503) 501-1368
 Twila – (503) 936-5185
 Caitlin – (971) 804-2848
 Nick – (503) 465-7013
 Joanie – (503) 732-4115
 Michelle – (503) 875-7985
 Cliff – (971) 283-3133
 Dick – 503) 380-5800
 Melanie – (503) 922-5014
 Sean – (971) 276-5365

Crim Anon Website:

Facebook Crim Anon Home Page

Facebook  Crim Anon Fellowship Page:


DDA – Dual Diagnosis Anonymous – Hope and Recovery Meetings – Weekdays and Weekends @ Online via Zoom
May 27 all-day

Oregon DDA Logo






DDA Online Hope & Recovery Meetings – Every Day – 7 Days per Week

Hosted by DDA Chat Room and Resource Group


SUNDAY-10AM to 11 AM (PST): Join Zoom Meeting:

SUNDAY- 5 to 6 PM (PST): Join Zoom Meeting:

MONDAY-10 to 11 AM(PST): Join Zoom Meeting

MONDAY – MEN’S ONLY MEETING – Man in the Mirror – MONDAYS- 12 to 1 PM (PST)-Join Zoom Meeting:

MONDAY- 5 to 6 PM(PST): Join Zoom Meeting

TUESDAY-10 to 11 AM(PST): Join Zoom Meeting

TUESDAY- 12 pm to 1 PM (PST):

TUESDAY- 5to 6 PM(PST): Join Zoom Meeting 10 to 11 AM(PST): Join Zoom Meeting

WEDNESDAY- 12pm to 1PM (PST):

WEDNESDAY- 6 to 7 PM (PST): Join Zoom Meeting 10 to 11 AM(PST) Book Study Meeting: Join Zoom Meeting

THURSDAY- 5 to 6 PM(PST): Join Zoom Meeting 10 to 11 AM(PST): Join Zoom Meeting

FRIDAY-5 to 6 pm(PST): Join Zoom Meeting 10 to 11 AM(PST): Join Zoom Meeting

SATURDAY- 5 to 6 PM (PST): Join Zoom Mtg


Meetings from Other Areas

Chicago DDA– DDAers topic/discussion meeting Thursday at 4 pm (PST) Zoom ID: 873 6999 4674, password: ddago

Sacramento DDA- open DDA meeting Friday at 6 pm (PST) 

****The following information is new for Sacramento Friday 6 pm:

879 6889 0960

Passcode: 164673


DDA UK– visit DDA UK’s website for meeting links

Monday 11:30 am (PST)-Step Study Workshop

Tuesday 11:00 am (PST) – DDA Meeting

Friday 11:00 am (PST)

Saturday 3:00 am (PST)

Sunday 11:30 am (PST)


Fairfax, Virginia DDA

Saturdays at 4 pm (PST) Meeting ID is: 892-5105-3549 and password: novadda

Fun In Recovery Events

Art night is continuing every Tuesday at 3 pm (PST). Can’t wait to socialize and build new skills in recovery with you all!!!

Music Hour – 430pm 1st Tuesday of every month, join us to listen to music and get your groove on! Meeting ID: 828 0151 9944 Passcode: DDADance!

Facebook Chatroom and Resource Page


Dual Diagnosis Anonymous

Dual Diagnosis Anonymous (DDA) is a peer support group based on an authorized version of the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous plus an additional 5 Steps that focus on Dual Diagnosis (mental illness and substance abuse). DDA’s unique 12 Steps Plus 5 Program offers hope for achieving the promise of recovery. Read more about the history of DDA at

Facebook DDA Oregon Page:

Thank you to sponsors for support: Oregon Health Authority, CareOregon, Yamhill County, Clackamas County, Multnomah County, and Washington County

GT – GamTalk – Online Chat for Gambling Issues – Weekdays and Weekends
May 27 all-day


GAMTALK – Online support for Gambling Issues

24/7 Online Recovery Chat Forum (registration / login required) 

Monday Nights Chat Forum (registration / login required)

Monday Evenings 6-9pm PST / 9pm-12am EST

Discussion Wall 

Stories of Hope

Treatment & Support Resources including Oregon


HLAAOR – Hearing Loss Association of America/Oregon – Meetings and Resources @ Online Register for Details
May 27 all-day



Hearing Loss Association of America/Oregon Meetings and Resources, 2021

HLAA of Portland meets the third Saturday each month (except June, July, and August) 10 am, in the Wistar Morris Conference Room in the Main Hospital Building on the Legacy Good Samaritan Campus, 1015 NW 22nd Ave. (at Marshall), Portland, 97210. Contact Mark Foster, president; email: Write P.O. Box 2112, Portland, OR 97208-2112;

HLAA of Lane County meets quarterly: second Thursday in March, June, Sept., and Dec., at 7 p.m. at the Hilyard Community Center, 2580 Hilyard St., Eugene. Right now we are scheduled to meet in person June 10 unless COVID-19 infections mandate otherwise.

Mail: P.O. Box 22501, Eugene, OR 97402. Clark Anderson; email:

HLAA of Linn and Benton counties meets the last Wednesday each month (except June, July, & Dec.) at 6:30 p.m. at the Reimar Building, next to Albany General Hospital, 1085 6th Ave. SW, Albany, OR 97321. Contact: John Hood-Fysh, email:; 541/220-8541 (cell – call or text), 818 Broadalbin St. SW, Albany, OR 97321.

Note: HLAA of Douglas County no longer meets the requirements for a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Reinstatement may occur, but right now, this group meets as a support group. Contacts: Vincent Portulano, president, email: HLAADC@outlook. com; or Ann Havens, secretary, 541/673-3119. Check with them for location for meetings and time.


HLAA Calendar

HLAA Leaders Calendar

HLAA Subgroups

HLAA Virtual Meetings / Captioned Recordings



Hands and Voices

Supports families and children who are deaf and hard of hearing, by connecting parents, mentorship, educational advocacy, community development and support programs. Collaborates with professionals to support families.

FACT Oregon

Supports, empowers and advocates for families who experience disability.

Family to Family Health Information Center
Oregon Family-to-Family Health Information Center | OHSU

Supports families and caregivers of children with special health needs to navigate the healthcare system. Many resources on the website.

AG Bell Oregon

  • Facebook page – AG Bell Oreoon
  • Instagram – aobelloreoon

Local chapter of a national organization. The focus is to promote listening and spoken language education, advocate for accessibility, educational services, and health-related rights, and create connections and memories together.

Oregon Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) Program

https://www.oreown ov/oha/PDH/HeaIthvP eooleFamilies/Babies/HeaIthScreenino/He arinqscreenino/Paoes/index asox

For Providers: Information on EHDI Reporting, forms, protocols, facilities, OVERS Hearing Screening Module, 1-3-6 Newborn Hearing Screening Checklist For Parents: Information on hearing screening (what it involves and why it’s important), follow-up (what happens if a newborn doesn’t pass a screening), Early Intervention/Family Services, Guide By Your Side (a Hands & Voices program that matches trained parent guides with families who have recently found out their child has a hearing loss), and other resources for families

American Cochlear Implant Alliance

Facebook page


Contains information about research, awareness, and advocacy around cochlear implants. Information about hearing loss and cochlear implants in general.

Oregon Association for Deaf

Advocates for the rights of people who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Oregon. The website contains articles, meeting and conference information, and youth opportunities.

Hearing Loss Association of America – Oregon State Association

Education, Information and Advocacy.

Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI)
https://www.cdc.oov/ncbddd/hearinqloss/e hdi-programs.html

Information about EHDI programs Information for families including:

     • Questions You May Want to Ask Your Child’s Audiologist

     • Just in Time for Pediatric Primary Care Providers


ASL Social Chat:

EVERY SUNDAY @ 12:00noon to 2:00 pm

VANCOUVER MALL – Food Court [2nd floor]

Host by: Gary Holden

ASL Social Chat:

Host by: Gary Holden


(See FB page for MORE information)

Order Tickets online @

Host by: Isaac Stone Dick

ASL NIGHT GAMES (announcing soon)

Every Second Saturday evening

ASL Game Night page for more information.

Host by: Stephen RodBjorn

World Deaf Timberfest

Camp Taloali

Contact for information: Andrea Albers

Pacific Northwest Deaf Golf Association (PNWDGA) and Portland Metro Deaf Golf Association (FB Page).

(See FB Page for MORE information)

Host by: Craig Marineau

Northwest Deaf Traveling League (NWDTL)

(Deaf/HOH Bowling Club)

Contact: Melody Kitty McDaniel and Andrea Albers

NW Deaf Poker Tournaments

Announcement in Jan/Feb 2022 !!!

Host by: James Forncrook

CYMASPACE: Announcement SOON

Host by: Myles de Bastion

Deaf Massage Therapist (see link below)

Host by: Clara Bella Storry Parnell


ASL Coffee Podcast – see announcements on regular posting:

ASL Coffee Chats @ 3pm on Fridays at Hidden Creek Community Center in Hillsboro

To find a Deaf ASL tutor or mentor, see ASL TUTORS AND MENTORS FB page.

Bridges in Oregon


AG Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
AG Bell is another convenient resource for those seeking in-person hearing loss support groups, with 
41 active chapters across the United States and Puerto Rico. Specifically designed to support children with hearing loss and their families, AG Bell hosts everything from social events to informational sessions for individuals and families impacted by hearing loss; connect with your nearest chapter to learn more. You can also join the AG Bell Facebook group to connect with fellow members online.

DeafandHoH Forum

DeafandHoH is a website featuring hearing loss news, a discussion forum, resources for financial aid and other services, search directories for audiologists, hearing care facilities, speech-language pathologists, and more. The topics covered on the site include living with hearing loss, caring for a family member or friend with hearing loss, American Sign Language, and hearing loss products. You can also join open chat nights on select Wednesdays from 6pm-7pm PST / 9pm-10pm EST to enjoy live interaction!



12-Step online for Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Sounds of Sobriety (SOS):  This online email group was formed to help us who have a hearing loss (deaf, deafened, or hard of hearing) to find a place to recover from alcoholism. For many of us, face-to-face AA meetings no longer work. All members of AA, or those who think they may have a problem with alcohol, are welcome.

Deaf Grateful:  This is a real-time open discussion meeting on Saturday at 4 pm (EST) for deaf & HOH people who have a desire to stop drinking. Meeting uses videoconferencing software (easily downloaded) that requires a high speed internet connection and a webcam. Our communication mode is ASL only (no audio).

Perspectives of people who are deaf and hard of hearing on mental health, recovery, and peer support

Is Telemental Health Services a Viable Alternative to Traditional Psychotherapy for Deaf Individuals?

Deaf Centric Approach / Peer Support Program

OLGA – OnLine Gamers Anonymous – Virtual Online Chats – Weekdays and Weekends @ Online via Chat
May 27 all-day


On Line Gamers Anonymous (OLGA)

Excerpt(s) from Website:

Our Mission Statement is: “On-Line Gamers Anonymous® is a group of people sharing their experience, strengths and hope to help each other recover from problems resulting from excessive game playing.”

On-Line Gamers Anonymous® was founded by Liz Woolley in May of 2002 after her son, Shawn, committed suicide as a direct result of being addicted to an on-line game. Liz was soon joined by Ron Jaffe (Diggo McDiggity), a recovering gamer. They supported each other as the fellowship grew.

The OLGA® and OLG-Anon Recovery Fellowships and Outreach, are divisions of OLGA®/OLG-Anon (On-Line Gamers Anonymous®) World Services, Inc.. OLGA® and OLG-Anon Fellowships are dedicated to offering support to addicted gamers (OLGA), their families (OLG-Anon) so they can heal and recover from problems resulting from the newest “drug of choice” – excessive video game playing. Outreach is our public service division that assists in providing information to educate about the dangers of excessive game playing. The Outreach division assists in providing an extensive list of professional resources who provide services for those affected by excessive video gaming,video gaming addiction or a video gaming disorder. Outreach also helps raise funds to continue our mission.

We offer support. Our community is open to all who seek support. We are not an activist group, nor do we sponsor such organizations. Our message forums are available to all, regardless of bias or opinion. We are here to share our experience, strength and hope and encourage peer-to-peer support. Family and friends are invited to share their experience, compassion, and wisdom. Every day we accumulate and add to our collection of information related to excessive gaming and the issues it creates. Sharing this with our visitors is a primary goal.

…Our organization is staffed by many people, who at one time or another have considered themselves excessive gamers or have had their lives affected by an excessive gamer.

Online meeting schedule:


Chat rooms are available, login required.

Read more about chat rooms:


Discussion forums with message boards are also available 24/7:




OLGAnon Meetings for Parents

On-line meeting for parents held Thursdays at 6pm PST / 9 pm EST.

Go here to go OLGAnon Meeting Chatroom. (You must be logged in to enter the OLGAnon chatroom).

ORN – Oregon Recovery Network – Virtual Online Meetings – Weekdays & Weekends @ Online via Zoom
May 27 all-day

Oregon Recovery Network


Oregon Recovery Network features listing of Online Meetings with Links

The Oregon Recovery Network is partnering with Recover Together With Google to provide Oregonians one centralized location with the latest state and local recovery resources and COVID-19 information so that our community can come out of this crisis stronger than ever.



4D – 4th Dimension Recovery Center Resources
4Ds Love Wins LGBTQ+ NA Meeting Mondays 5:30-6:30 Zoom
4D’s Lava Lamp Ladies Women’s AA Meeting Thursdays 8-9pm Zoom
4D’s HA HA meeting Saturdays 6:30-7:30pm Zoom
4D’s Cleveland Group NA half-hour NA meeting Tuesdays 7-7:30pm Zoom
4D’s Recovery Yoga Recovery Yoga Everyday 8:00 AM Zoom
4D’s Nite Owls Late Night AA Meeting Everyday 11pm- 12am Zoom
4D’s Salty Bunch AA Meeting Wednesday 8-9pm Zoom
4D’s FNYP Friday Night Young People AA Meeting Friday 8-9pm Zoom
4D’s No More Meth’n Around Young People’s CMA Meeting Mondays 9-10pm Zoom

From Darkness to Light Women’s NA Meeting (normally held at Wasco 4D) Fridays 6-7pm Zoom

Crystal Meth Anonymous Resources
Monday CMA Zoom No More Spundays / No More Methin’ Around Combined Meeting Mondays 8:30 PM Zoom
Wecovery Wednesday Zoom Wecovery Wednesdays CMA Meeting Wednesdays 7:30 PM Zoom
Thursday Solution Zoom The Thursday Solution CMA Meetings Thursdays 7:00 PM Zoom
Freedom Friday Zoom Freedom Friday Zoom Meeting Fridays 9:00 PM Zoom
Speedboat Zoom Speedboat CMA Zoom Meeting Saturdays 7:00 PM Zoom
SOS – Serenity on Sundays Zoom SOS CMA Zoom Meeting Sundays 1:00 PM Zoom any meeting changes please check the Oregon Crystal Meth Anonymous Site

SMART Recovery
SMART Recovery SMART Recovery with Brad (formerly at Providence Milwaukie) Saturdays 10:00am-11:30am Zoom
SMART Recovery SMART Recovery with Brad (formerly at Willamette Falls Hospital) Wednesdays 7:00pm-8:30pm Zoom
SMART Recovery SMART Recovery with Judy (formerly at West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship) Mondays 7:00pm-8:30pm Zoom

Narcotics Anonymous
Quarantined NA NA Every Day 5pm (Portland) Zoom
NA@Home Living NA Mondays 1am-2am BlueJeans
UKNA Online Meeting NA Mondays 12:30-2pm Go to Meet
More Will Be Revealed NA Mondays 3-4pm Phone tel: (712)770-4160 ex: 472548#
Phili No Matter What NA Mondays 4-6pm Zoom
NA@Home LunchTime NA Mondays 7-8pm BlueJeans

For additional meetings and meeting changes please view the

Portland Area Virtual NA Meeting List

DDA – Dual Diagnosis Anonymous
DDA Meeting Mondays 10-11am Zoom
DDA Meeting Mondays 5-6pm Zoom
DDA Meeting Tuesdays 10-11am Zoom
DDA Meeting Tuesdays 5-6pm Zoom
DDA Meeting Wednesdays 10-11am Zoom
DDA Meeting Thursdays 10-11am Zoom
DDA Meeting Thursdays 5-6pm Zoom
DDA Meeting Fridays 10-11am Zoom
DDA Meeting Fridays 5-6pm Zoom
DDA Meeting Saturdays 10:30-11:30am Zoom

Tempest Recovery Meetings
Portland Bridge Club Bridge Club Meeting for Portland Members Tuesdays 7-9pm Tempest Link
Tempest Support Group Support Group for Tempest Newcomers Multiple 1-2pm Meeting Registration

Other Portland Area Meetings

East Portland AA Intergroup Online Meetings
West Portland Online Meetings
NW Portland Online Meetings
Washington County NA, multiple Zoom meetings
Oregon Crystal Meth Anonymous, multiple Zoom meetings
List of Portland Metro Area NA Meetings
Reimagining Recovery Online Meetings
Portland Alano Invitation for Friends and Family, Tuesdays 6:45pm-8:15pm
Alano Club of Portland Meetings Schedule
Recovery Dharma PDX Meeting Schedule



PANA – Portland Area Narcotics Anonymous – Online Meeting Resources – Weekdays & Weekends @ Online Via ZOOM
May 27 all-day


Portland Area Narcotics Anonymous

Online Meeting Resources

Please see the times and links below for online meetings in the Greater Portland Area.


503 Recovery

Days : Monday

Times: 6:00pm-7:15pm

Type : Open

Password: recovery

Click Here


Always Connected

Days : 7 Days a Week

Times: 8:30pm

Password: 12

Click Here


Another Gay Meeting

Days : Sunday

Times: 7:00pm


Click Here


Anyone and Everyone

Days : Wednesday

Times: 8:00pm

Type : LGBTQ

Password: aena2020

Click Here


Back To Basics

Days : Saturday

Times: 12:00pm-1:15pm

Click Here


Burnside Blues

Days : 7 Days a Week

Times: 7:00pm

Click Here


Clean and Serene

Days : Saturday

Times: 6:00pm

Type : Women

Click Here


Come as you are

Days : Tuesday Saturday

Times: 6:30am-7:45am

Type : Young

Click Here


Determined Dames

Days : 7 Days a Week

Times: 7:00pm

Type : Women

Click Here


Doin’ Life

Days : Monday

Times: 7:00pm

Type : Men

Password: 12

Click Here


Embracing Reality

Days : Thursday

Times: 6:30pm-8:00pm

Click Here


Gettin’ Lit

Days : Thursday

Times: 7:30pm

Type : Women Study

Click Here


Here and Now

Days : 7 Days a Week

Times: 10:00pm

Type : Open

Password: hereandnow

Click Here


Higher Empowered

Days : Monday

Times: 6:30pm-8:00pm

Password: higher

Click Here


Hope Group

Days : Saturday

Times: 8:00pm

Password: hopegroup

Click Here


It Works How And Why/b>

Days : Saturday

Times: 12:00pm-1:30pm

Password: 140-704

Click Here


It’s In The Book

Days : Saturday

Times: 10:00am-11:15am

Type : Study

Password: serenity

Click Here


Late Night Recovery

Days : 7 Days a Week

Times: 9:00pm

Click Here


Learning To Live

Days : Sunday

Times: 9:00am-10:30am

Click Here


Lost And Found

Days : Monday

Times: 12:00pm

Type : Women

Click Here


Love And Joy

Days : Wednesday

Times: 7:30pm-9:00pm

Password: 102268

Click Here


New Journey

Days : 7 Days a Week

Times: 5:30pm-6:45pm

Password : newjourney

Click Here


No Matter What

Days : Sunday

Times: 5:00pm

Click Here


SE Serenity

Days : Friday

Times: 12:00pm

Type : Open

Click Here


Serenity Sisters

Days : Thursday

Times: 5:30pm

Type : Women

Click Here


Spirit of NA

Days : Monday

Times: 5:30pm-6:45pm

Type : Men

Password : spirit

Click Here


Spiritual Journey

Days : Saturday

Times: 6:30pm-7:30pm

Click Here


The Ties That Bind Us

Days : Mon, Wed, Fri

Times: 12:00pm

Password: recovery

Click Here



Days : Thursday

Times: 8:00pm

Click Here


Walk Your Talk

Days : Tuesday

Times: 7:00pm

Password: 727969

Click Here


What It Is

Days : Tuesday

Times: 7:30pm

Click Here


Women of Wisdom

Days : Sunday

Times: 5:00pm

Type : Women

Password: 801429

Click Here


RIP (Recovery In Progress)

Days : Wednesday

Times: 7:00pm

Click Here


Saturday Night

Days : Saturday

Times: 7:00pm

Click Here

Washington County

12 Steps to Freedom

Days : Thursday

Times: 7:00pm-8:15pm

Click Here


Courage to Change

Days : Monday

Times: 6:30pm

Click Here


He Do Recover

Days : Thursday

Times: 7:15pm-8:30pm

Click Here


He Do Recover

Days : Tuesday

Times: 7:15pm-8:30pm

Click Here


She Do Recover

Days : Tuesday

Times: 7:15pm-8:30pm

Click Here


The Solution Group

Days : Friday

Times: 7:00pm

Click Here


We’re No Angels

Days : Monday

Times: 7:30pm

Click Here

Outside the Area

LGBTQ and Friends

Days : Saturday

Times: 7:30pm

Click Here


International Marathon

Days : 24/7


Click Here


International Speaker Jam

Days : March 28th

Times: 10am 2pm 6pm 10pm

Click Here

Need to speak with someone right now?

Call our hotline: 503-345-9839

You can speak with someone in our community to find a meeting, or learn more about Narcotics Anonymous

PSI – Postpartum Support International – Maternal Depression Support Groups and Educational Resources – Online @ Regester for Details
May 27 all-day



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Maternal Depression Support Groups and Educational  Resources


Peer Support Groups & More! Postpartum

Support International (PSI) Weekly Support Groups: PSI facilitates a wide variety of postpartum support groups every week for diverse populations, and all family members.

PSI also staffs a non-emergency helpline for education and support:  The number is 1-800-944-4773. PSI also offers a free peer mentor program where Mons or Dads can work 1-1 with a peer mentor once per week for up to 6 months.

Link to webpage for specific support groups, dates and times:


West Coast On-line Peer Support Forum:

Postpartum Progress Hosts Regional, On-line Forums for Maternal Depression and/or Anxiety:

These regional forums are moderated by volunteer Warrior Mom® Ambassadors who have completed Mental Health First Aid training.

Link to webpage to select a particular region, including West Coast (includes Oregon):


Oregon On-line Peer Support Groups: 

Free peer support groups and discussion forums, moderated by, “Well Mama,” for mothers and families on a wide variety of topics related to pregnancy and postpartum mental health.

Link to register:


 On-line Maternal Depression Education Resources:  

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH): NIMH provides a comprehensive, downloadable educational manual about Postpartum (Perinatal) Depression. 

Link to the webpage to download this educational material:


Oregon Health Authority (OHA):

OHA provides a wide variety of educational materials on pregnancy and postpartum depression for both mothers and family members.

Link to this information:

RDO – Recovery Dharma Online – Virtual Online Meetings – Weekdays and Weekends @ Phone and Online via Zoom
May 27 all-day



We are a group of Recovery Dharma Members who use technology to meet up with each other from around the world. We make an effort to stay in contact with each other between meetings to form Spiritual Friendships.

We get together online for meetings, workshops, and inter-sangha business. Some of us stay around after the closing to hangout in the Virtual Parking Lot for fellowship. For some of us, this is our primary recovery community. For others, it supplements the meetings available to us locally.

Recovery Dharma Online organizes daily meetings accessible via computer, smartphone, or dial-in. Together we meditate, study Buddhist teachings, and support each other on our paths to sobriety and peace.

Join online meetings 7 days/week.

RRP – Recovery Resources PDX – Virtual Online Meetings – Weekdays & Weekends @ Online via Zoom
May 27 all-day


Digital Recovery Resources PDX


Whether you are looking for a daily recovery meeting, a recovery yoga class, a recovery Cross Fit session, engagement with a peer specialist, or just a place to connect with your network – we’ve got you covered offers this daily schedule with links to a variety of online recovery meetings and events.  Plus you’ll find links to recovery resources, social services, food & housing, financial resources and COVID-19 information.

NOTE: Meeting rooms open 15 minutes prior to official start times.  All times are listed in Pacific Standard Time. Events and meeting times vary daily

Digital Meetings Schedule

Recovery Resources PDX Website:


Excerpt(s) from website last viewed 2020 May 01:

4:00AM – 5:00AM:
RecoveryLink All-Recovery Meeting (All Recovery, All)
6:00AM – 7:00AM: RecoveryLink All-Recovery Meeting (All Recovery, All)
6:00AM – 7:00AM:
Eastside Sunrise (AA, All)
6:30AM – 7:30AM: Dawn Patrol (AA, All)
9:00AM – 10:00AM: RecoveryLink All-Recovery Meeting (All Recovery, All)
10:00AM – 11:00AM: Ben’s Friends National (All Recovery, Food & Beverage Industry, All)
12:00PM – 1:00PM: Newcomers at Noon (AA, Women Only)
12:00PM – 1:00PM: Men’s Clock Room (AA, Men Only)
12:00PM – 1:00PM: Portland Daily Double Group (AA, All)
12:00PM – 1:00PM: Surrender at Noon (AA, All)
12:00PM – 1:00PM: NW at Noon (Al-Anon, All)
12:00PM – 1:00PM: RecoveryLink All-Recovery Meeting (All Recovery, All)
3:00PM – 4:00PM: RecoveryLink All-Recovery Meeting (All Recovery, All)
3:00PM – 4:00PM: Recovery In the House (NA, All, M-F)
5:00PM – 6:00PM: Portland Daily Double Group (AA, All)
5:30PM – 6:30PM: Upstairs 5:30 (AA, All)
5:30PM – 6:30PM: New Alternatives (AA, All)
6:00PM – 7:00PM: RecoveryLink All-Recovery Meeting (All Recovery, All)
8:00PM – 9:00PM: RecoveryLink All-Recovery Meeting (All Recovery, All)

AA Intergroup National Online Meetings Directory
AA Intergroup Portland Online Meetings Directory

MON 7:00PM – 8:15PM:
Our True Selves (ACA, All)
TUE 9:00PM – 10:00PM: Karma Kontrol (AA, All)
TUE 10:00AM – 11:00AM: Ben’s Friends Portland (All Recovery, Food & Beverage)
TUE 4:00PM – 5:00PM: RecoveryLink Women’s Meeting (All Recovery, Women Only)
TUE 7:00PM – 8:00PM: Secular ACA (ACA, All)
WED 8:00AM – 9:00AM: RecoveryLink LGBTrans* Queer+ Meeting (All Recovery, LGBTQ+)
WED 6:30PM – 8:00PM: Gentleness, Humor, Love & Respect (ACA, All)
THU 4:00PM – 5:00PM: RecoveryLink Women’s Meeting (All Recovery, Women Only)
SUN 10:00AM – 11:00AM: Beyond Belief (AA, Agnostic)

9:00AM – 10:00AM: TRG Recovery CrossFit (All Recovery, All)
2:00PM – 3:00PM: TRG Recovery CrossFit (All Recovery, All)
2:00PM – 3:00PM: Social Determinants of Recovery Workshop (All Recovery, All)
6:00PM – 7:00PM: TRG Recovery CrossFit (All Recovery, All)

MON 4:00PM – 5:00PM: Mindfulness Recovery Support Group (All Recovery, All)
TUE 2:00PM – 3:00PM: Recovery Yoga (All Recovery, All)
TUE 6:45PM – 7:45PM: Invitation to Change (Family and Friends, All)
WED 5:00PM – 6:00PM: Mindfulness Meditation (All Recovery, All)
FRI 4:00PM – 5:00PM: Mindfulness Recovery Support Group (All Recovery, All)
SUN 2:00PM – 3:00PM: Recovery Yoga (All Recovery, All)

Zoom Meeting How-Tos

Digital Meeting Safety Guidelines

SARDAA – Schizophrenia and Related Disorders Alliance of America – Conference Calls and Online Meetings @ Online via Zoom
May 27 all-day


Improving Lives Affected by Psychosis, Schizophrenia and Related Disorders Alliance of America

You are Not Alone

Our vision is that every person living with a schizophrenia-related brain disorder achieves recovery and fulfilling life in a compassionate community free of stigma and discrimination.

SARDAA invites you to attend its meetings and/or conference calls (peer support and family support)

Online and in-person support groups and conference calls are available.

SARDAA in-person meetings are ON HOLD until further notice at this time due to the pandemic.

Find SARDAA meeting locations, groups, and conference call information at this web page:

To register for conference call groups, visit this link:

Current conference call group times include:

Sundays 4pm PST / 7pm EST

Mondays 1pm PST / 4pm EST

Tuesdays 10am PST / 1pm EST

Wednesdays 10am PST / 1pm EST

Thursdays 10am PST / 1pm EST and 4pm PST / 7pm EST

Fridays 11am PST / 2pm EST and 4pm PST / 7pm EST

Saturdays 10am PST / 1pm EST

Families / Caregivers Conference Call Group

Tuesdays 4pm PST / 7pm EST – Families for Care Support Conference Call Group

Online meetings via ZOOM are also offered including:

Saturdays 9am PST / 12pm EST – SA: Psychosis Support & Acceptance

Sundays 1pm PST / 4pm EST – SA: Psychosis Support & Acceptance

Tuesdays 4:30pm PST / 7:30pm EST – Spanish / Espanol Meeting

Families / Caregivers Online meetings via ZOOM

Wednesdays 3pm PST / 6pm EST

Sundays 11am PST / 2pm EST

Fridays (1st and 3rd monthly) 6pm PST / 9pm EST – Spanish / Espanol Family / Caregiver Support Meetings

Additional Contact Information

Toll Free:






Social Media Facebook Page:

Social Media Twitter Feed:

Warmline – GA – Gamblers Anonymous and more – (855) 222-5542 – Weekdays and Weekends @ Phone
May 27 all-day


GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from a gambling problem.

The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop gambling.

There are no dues or fees for Gamblers Anonymous membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. Gamblers Anonymous is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any cause. Our primary purpose is to stop gambling and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same.”

From the Gamblers Anonymous Website:

Types of Meetings

Closed Meeting:
Only those with a gambling problem, or those who think they may have a gambling problem, and have a desire to stop gambling, may attend and participate.

Modified Closed Meeting:
Same as a “Closed Meeting” but the members would vote to include certain groups such as health professionals, guests attending with first time members, and persons with other addictions in need of a meeting

Open Meeting:
Spouses, family, and friends of the gambler are welcome
to attend and observe the meeting.


Gamblers Anonymous:

National GA Telephone Meetings
Day and Time
Call-in Number and Meeting Code
Contact Email

Sunday 6pm PT
1-712-770-5338 code 836083 #

Monday 6pm PT
1-712-770-4925 code 554671 #

Tuesday 6pm PT
1-712-770-4943 code 253824 #

Wednesday 6pm PT
1-712-770-4160 code 611704 #

Thursday 6pm PT
1-712-770-4981 code 872853 #

Friday Noon PT
1-712-770-4979 code 703758 # (TBD)

Friday 6pm PT
1-712-770-4996 code 595094 #

Saturday 6pm PT
1-712-770-5335 code 491301 #

Gamblers Anonymous 12-Steps Virtual Online Support Groups in California:

Gamblers Anonymous Support Groups in Oregon:

Gamblers Anonymous Hotlines Website:

Oregon Toll-Free Hotline Number:
1-855-2CALLGA (855-222-5542)

Gam-Anon for Family and Friends Website:

Warmlines – National Warmline Directory and Resources (USA) @ Phone
May 27 all-day

Need someone to talk to?  Check out


According to the Center for Hope and Recovery, “A warmline is a telephone service (aka a call line) for people who are looking for someone to discuss their daily struggles. Warmlines are staffed with peers who have lived experience of mental health struggles themselves and who are open to sharing their stories of challenging situations, recovery, and perseverance”  The hours, days and geographic reach may vary.  Fortunately, there are many warmlines including quite a number operating in Oregon such as but not limited to: The David Romprey Warmline.

Check out this article “What is a Warmline and What Should I Expect When I Call One?” by Chaya Grossberg:

Find the extensive list of Warmlines for many locations online at:

To search for Warmlines by state, click on a state in the list below.

(Note: Warmlines listed in red are nationally accessible and welcome calls from anywhere)

Also, be sure to check out the Warmline Resource page by the National Empowerment Center (NEC) at:

In addition, you can:

  1. Access the Warmline Resources page and Guide by the National Empowerment Center at:
  2. Join the Yahoo mailing list / group on Warmlines by sending an email to:
  3. Join the Yahoo mailing list / group on Peer Respite by sending an email to:
  4. Send updates to the web page by email to:
  5. Visit links for starting a warmline at:

Article regarding Peer Warmlines

Sustaining Recovery through the Night:
Impact of a Peer-Run Warm Line

by Rebecca Spirito Dalgin, Simonne Maline, and Peter Driscoll


Objective: This exploratory study describes the impact of a peer-run warm line on the lives of individuals with psychiatric disabilities.

Methods: Phone surveys were completed with 480 warm line callers over four years. Results: Warm line callers reported a reduction in the use of crisis services and a reduction of feelings of isolation.

Conclusions and Implications for Practice: The results indicate that peer-run warm lines can fill an important void in the lives of individuals living with mental [health challenges]. Although warm lines at any time of day are helpful, keeping warm lines running after 5pm and throughout the night provides support services not typically available after office hours and can assist with loneliness, symptom management, and the process of recovery.

Warmline – BAFS – Bay Area First Step – Weekdays 7am-8pm @ by Phone
May 27 @ 7:00 am – 8:00 pm

BAFS (Bay Area First Step) is pleased to offer Peer Support by Phone & Teleconferencing

7am to 8pm PST on Weekdays Monday through Friday

Flyer excerpt(s):

Need to talk?
We’re just a phone call away.


Call us about how to use Zoom for
individual and group teleconferencing

Andrea Gross
M-F 9am-4pm
(541) 249-5461

Anthony Wilson
M-F 9am-5pm
(541) 256-4686

Cari Debban
M-F 9am-4pm
(541) 622-3761

Diana Collins
M-F 9am-5pm
(541) 622-3383

Joshua Haynes
M-F 9am-5pm
(541) 256-4687

Paul Gonzales
M-F 9am-5pm
(541) 249-5444

Sarah Tucker
M-F 6pm-8pm
(541) 256-4635

Tasha Walter
M-F 9am-5pm
(541) 435-1381

Todd Stone
M-F 7am-TBD
(541) 249-5528


Kurt Smith
M-F 9am-5pm
(541) 435-1152

Carolyn Billman
M-F 9am-5pm
(541) 256-4686

Brandy Davenport
T-F 9am-5pm
(541) 249-5467

Warmline – DRW – David Romprey Warmline – Weekdays and Weekends 9am-11pm PST @ Phone
May 27 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 pm



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The David Romprey Oregon Warmline, a peer run program of CCS (Community Counseling Solutions) in Eastern Oregon, is pleased to offer Peer Support by Phone (based on Intentional Peer Support)

Call 1-800-698-2392 Toll Free

9am to 11pm PST on Weekdays and Weekends, Sunday through Saturday, 7 days a week


“People just want to be heard….and we are here for you!”

In need of someone to speak with?


Call the Warmline

Visit the webpage for more information at:


Whoever you are and whatever you may be going through, you are welcome on the Warmline!

Our caring team of trained peers offers nonjudgmental and confidential peer support every day.

No appointments needed! We are here for you!

Our goal is to connect with you, to listen, and to discover together how we can make sense of our experiences. We understand that everyone has a unique worldview. People can see more possibilities for ourselves when we connect with a compassionate peer.

Our Warmline Team members are people who have experienced life challenges – including moods, voices, visions, trauma, and addictions. We know what it is like to feel big feelings or to find ourselves in moments when there seems to be little to hope for. No need to go through this alone… Give us a call! David Romprey Oregon Warmline 1-800-698-2392

Intentional Peer Support (IPS) provides a powerful framework for creating relationships where both people learn and grow together. IPS is used across the world in community, peer support, and human services settings, and is a tool for community development that honors each person’s strengths and innate value. Why IPS? Peers come together around shared experiences and often a desire to change lives. But without a new framework to build upon, people frequently re-enact “help” based on what was done to them. IPS offers a foundation for doing something different. We focus on building relationships that are mutual, explorative, and conscious of power. We won’t try to “fix” you, but we would love to connect with you to listen, share, and learn with you as we both move forward in our life journeys.

Our confidential and non-judgmental peer support starts with the premise that people have learned to make meaning of their experiences and relationships out of everything they have learned in their lives. We know that this has lead many people to feel undeserving, distrusting, and inherently flawed. Without understanding how we, as individuals, have come to know what we know about being in relationship and the world around us, we are likely to have trouble, not only with emotional distress, but also with a continuous struggle when there is tension in relationship or in one’s community.

We believe that crisis is an opportunity to learn. In a mutual and respectful conversation, peers discover together how they have developed their beliefs about themselves and the world in which they live. Together, help and crisis are redefined and have new meaning. Each person has the opportunity to challenge themselves to learn how they might change their trauma story of victimhood and crisis to one of mental wellness.

Any Oregonian needing support may call our David Romprey Oregon Warmline to speak to a trained peer. We do not give advice or attempt to ‘get’ any one to do anything. We are there to listen and validated the caller’s feelings and experiences. Together we have a conversation in which we both become more self aware while learning and growing together. We share experience and knowledge in order to discover ways in which we both learn new ways of managing our feelings and discover healthier ways of being in relationship with others. Once where an individual had to “cope” with an issue, they may learn to challenge their beliefs regarding that issue, have a different experience of the situation and no longer have to “cope” because the issue no longer exists. The use of this David Romprey Oregon Warmline may help people decrease the need for frequent doctor’s visits, emergency room treatment, involvement with law enforcement, and the need for more intensive care.

Also, there is the Senior Peer Outreach Program;


Warmline – ROCC – Recovery Outreach Community Center – Peer Support Multiple Numbers – Weekdays and Weekends – 11am-7pm (PST) @ phone
May 27 @ 11:00 am – 7:00 pm



ROCC is pleased to offer Peer Support by Phone 7 days per week, weekdays and weekends, 11am-7pm PST.

Do you need someone to talk to?

We’re available for anyone to call peer support no matter what!

971-718-8668 (MONDAY-THURSDAY)
971-718-8670 (FRIDAY-MONDAY)

To learn about ROCC’s Online Groups visit:

ROCC Mission Statement

Recovery Outreach Community Center (ROCC), is a safe place for people recovering from or who are interested in mental health, addiction, trauma, or other related issues. Our mission is to empower and respect others through peer-led service and peer-to-peer support. We want to encourage self-direction, personal responsibility and hope, by providing a safe place for people to share story and heal.

ROCC Principles
Principle I

The source of ROCC’s power is peer-to-peer relations. By sharing story and experiences, we lead each other into hope.

Principle II

Self-direction and personal recovery is ROCC’s goal. To be able to lead, control and choose your own recovery path will achieve a self-determined life.

Principle III

ROCC requires respectful conduct and encourages the voice of all. We must instill hope in the individual while fulfilling the values of the group.



4th Dimension O’Rourke Center – 4DOC – Recovery In Process – Darkness To Light Woman’s Meeting – Hybrid Narcotics Anonymous – Fridays @ Hybred Event Register for Details
May 27 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm






4D Recovery – O’Rourke Center




Fridays – 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM PST

4D Recovery is a RCO providing a variety of substance use recovery support services that target young people 18 – 35. Services include recovery mentoring, recovery community centers and recovery housing.


Woman’s Hybrid Narcotics Anonymous Literature Meeting!

Zoom ID:  821 – 5973 – 2567

Password: Recovery



4th Dimension Recovery
Phone:        (971) 703-4623
ITN – Iron Tribe Network – Hybrid Meeting – Friday Night Community Meeting @ Online via Zoom
May 27 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm



ITN Friday Night Community Meetings

6:30-7:30pm PST (60 minutes)

Meeting via Online Zoom and In Person Hybrid at this time.

Zoom is FREE and Easy to Download.

Click the link below to join via Zoom:

Meeting ID: 864 3755 5041

See you there.  Bring a friend.

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NOTE: Updated ITN Friday Night Community Meeting Location as of June 2021

Iron Tribe Network ITN will be hosting its ITN Friday Night Community Meetings from 6:30-7:30pm PST (60 minutes) 

@ Mt. Scott Park – 5530 SE 72nd Avenue – Portland, OR 97206

New gear, t-shirts and hoodies will be available.

Masks and physical distancing (6 feet) may be required.  Please bring and wear your mask.  If you do not have a mask, there will be a few on hand. Hand sanitizer available onsite.

See you there.  Bring a friend.

C – TEC Youth Services – Clackamas Achievement Program – Assisting Youth with Education and Employment Goals – Accepting Referrals @ Online event regester for details
May 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm



C-TEC Youth Services’ Clackamas Achievement Program supports youth ages 14-21 in and around Clackamas County who have not obtained a high school diploma or GED and have become disengaged from education during the COVID pandemic.

Services we offer include:

  • case management,
  • financial assistance,
  • support services,
  • system navigation,
  • and community referrals.

Initial contacts with youth focus on the safety, health, and well-being of the youth and family, with an emphasis on a caring interaction to support the student holistically.

Students will work with a  Youth Re engagement Advisor (YRA) who will stay in regular contact, providing appropriate referrals to community agencies, and helping to support the student with navigating school enrollment with their individual district, alternative, or GED program. The YRA will continue to support the youth by encouraging attendance, progress, and addressing any needs or barriers.

  • Support services such as tutors, transportation assistance, school supplies, equipment, etc. will be provided as appropriate.
  • Youth will be offered dual enrollment into other programs such as C-TEC’s Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) services to leverage additional funds and services. WIOA participants are eligible for ongoing services that include transition to college, opportunities for career exploration and hands-on career exposure, work readiness training, certifications and credentials, and paid work experience.
  • Clackamas Community College is partnering to provide education services such as high school credit recovery and GED preparation and testing, however, this can be arranged with Mt Hood Community College or Portland Community College for students that are closer to these institutions.
  • Their Workforce Development Department will provide opportunities for youth over 18 that are interested in job training programs or increasing their skills. Assistance with financial aid will be offered, as well as one-on-one support with navigating processes and systems at CCC.
  • Clackamas Workforce Partnership is partnering to provide workforce development activities such as career exploration opportunities and paid work experience, as well as coordination between school districts and workforce development entities.

The YRA will continue to follow up with students and families to offer resources and support to help ensure continued school participation and progress. This program will provide trauma informed services.


Clackamas Achievement Program FAQ

Who is eligible for CAP?

  1. Must meet the following eligibility criteria:
    1. Youth ages 14-21 who are defined as a “dropout” and not exempt from attending public school;
    2. Youth ages 14-21 who are not enrolled in school*, and have not earned a high school diploma or GED;
  2. Must be at least 14 years old and under 22 years old;
  3. Must not have completed their high school credential prior to enrollment.

*Students who started GED classes after Sep 1st, 2021, are still eligible to enroll in CAP services.

How do I refer a youth to CAP?

Complete the following referral form:


Contact Carlos with youth’s name, DOB, and contact information

Carlos Benson Martinez

Youth Re engagement Advisor
503-395-8240 (call or text)

How much does CAP cost?

CAP is 100% free for youth.

What expenses are paid for by CAP?

If a youth or family is unable to afford expenses associated with GED classes and testing, school supplies, etc. CAP can cover those costs or leverage funds from other resources in the community.

Can a youth be dual enrolled in CAP & WIOA services?

Yes, funds can be “braided” to address a variety of the youth’s needs. While CAP solely addresses education goals, WIOA services include employment exploration opportunities that can continue on after a youth finishes CAP.

What are a youth’s education options with CAP?

Youth can attend GED classes and testing at Clackamas Community College, Credit Recovery at Clackamas Community College, Adult High School Diploma at Clackamas Community College, or reengagement into classes at a youth’s home school district to pursue a diploma.

Can youth outside of Clackamas County apply for CAP?

Youth are eligible to receive CAP services if they live outside Clackamas County, as long as they live within a reasonable distance to receive the service from Clackamas County.

What happens after a youth finishes CAP?

If youth would like support exploring employment opportunities, they can be enrolled into C-TEC’s WIOA program to continue receiving services. You can learn more about WIOA services by visiting C-TEC’s website,