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AA, NA, and Al-Anon Meetings in Lake Oswego, OR

Clackamas County loses dozens of citizens to drug overdoses each year. It’s about time we started connecting our family members and neighbors with the resources they need.

It’s no secret that the United States is currently facing a drug crisis. The problem is so bad, in fact, that experts say overdose deaths have driven down the average life expectancy of US citizens.

But, the Clackamas County area is experiencing a mini drug crisis of its own. The problem has actually gotten so bad that the County has partnered with two surrounding counties to take preventative measures against the problem.

Along with Washington and Multnomah Counties, Clackamas founded the Opioid Safety Coalition. In the words of the organization, this initiative aims to “decrease opioid misuse and associated harms.”

While the aims of the Coalition and other, similar organizations are welcomed, we must also connect addicts with resources that can help them in the short-term.

That’s why we’ve compiled this list of AA and NA meetings near Lake Oswego. It’s our hope that this resources helps the addicts in Clackamas County to get the help they need.

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Alcoholics Anonymous: Helping Alcohol Addicts Get Sober

Alcoholics Anonymous is a staple in the addiction recovery community. This program has been around for nearly a century and has helped countless alcohol addicts to get sober during that time. 

The organization facilitates meetings in nearly every city across America on a daily basis. In these meetings, alcohol addicts gather to discuss their lives and offer support and advice to one another. 

Every meeting is 100% free. Most meetings are open to the public. No matter what you’ve done in your life or how poorly you behaved while under the influence of alcohol, the group will be happy to have you. They welcome every single member with open arms.

Want to join a warm and compassionate group that can offer the recovery support you need? One of the meetings below might work for you. Take a look! 

Please note: Meetings marked “closed" are closed to the public. Only committed members of The Program are welcome. This allows the group to facilitate smaller, more intimate support sessions.

6:30 AM
Sunrise Session of AA
Lake Grove Firehouse
16400 Bryant Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035

This is an open meeting. All are welcome. The facility is handicap accessible.

It could be the perfect group for anyone who needs some early morning support on Tuesdays

8:00 PM
Recovery in Motion
Christ Episcopal Church
1060 Chandler Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034

This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is welcome.

Monday

6:30 AM
Great Events
Our Lady of the Lake School
790 A Avenue
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034

This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. The building is handicap accessible.

The group meets in the school’s library.

7:00 PM
Beginner’s Group
Lake Grove Firehouse
16400 Bryant Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035

This is an open, “back to basics”-style meeting. Members focus on the most basic steps of the recovery process.

Beginners an newcomers are welcome! The building is wheelchair accessible.

Tuesday

6:30 AM
Sunrise Session of AA
Lake Grove Firehouse
16400 Bryant Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035

This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited. The Firehouse is handicap accessible.

6:00 PM
Double Winner Women’s Meeting
Lake Grove Firehouse
16400 Bryant Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035

This is a closed meeting for women. Only women who are committed to recovery are welcome.

The Firehouse is wheelchair accessible.

7:00 PM
Didn’t Drink Today
United Church of Christ
1111 Country Club Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034

This meeting is open to all. Grab a cup of coffee and join the group for some recovery discussion!

7:30 PM
Hope No Smoke
Christ Episcopal Church
1060 Chandler Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034

This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is welcome.

Wednesday

6:00 PM
Fearless and Thorough
Lake Grove Firehouse
16400 Bryant Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035

This is an open meeting. All are welcome. The building is wheelchair accessible.

7:30 PM
Promises Promises Promises
Christ Episcopal Church
1060 Chandler Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034

This is an open AA meeting. Anyone who has the desire to get (or stay) sober is welcome.

Thursday

6:30 AM
Sunrise Session of AA
Lake Grove Firehouse
16400 Bryant Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035

This is an open meeting. Anyone who wants to overcome their alcohol addiction is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

6:08 PM
Women’s 6:08 Group
United Church of Christ
1111 Country Club Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034

This is a closed AA meeting for women. Only women who have committed to recovery are invited.

The Church is wheelchair accessible.

7:00 PM
Thursday Night by the Book
Lake Grove Firehouse
16400 Bryant Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035

This is an open Big Book meeting. Members gather to discuss the Book and share their recovery progress. Everyone is invited.

Wheelchair access is available.

8:00 PM
Helping Hand
Lake Oswego United Methodist Church
1855 South Shore Boulevard
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034

This is a closed meeting. Only committed members of The Program are invited.

Enter through the door near the back lower lot.

Friday

6:30 AM
Sunrise Session of AA
Lake Grove Firehouse
16400 Bryant Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035

This is an open AA meeting. Anyone who wants to get sober is invited. Wheelchair access is available.

If you’re looking for some recovery support on Friday mornings, this could be a great group for you!

8:00 AM
Bull By the Horns
Our Savior Lutheran Church
15751 Quarry Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035

This is an open meeting. All are welcome.

8:00 PM
Great Events
Our Lady of the Lake School
790 A Avenue
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034

This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. The building is handicap accessible.

The group meets in the school’s library.

Saturday

8:30 AM
R.A.M Men’s Meeting
Lake Grove Firehouse
16400 Bryant Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035

This is a closed meeting for men. Only men who are committed to sobriety are welcome.

The facility is handicap accessible.

8:00 PM
Action/Participation
United Church of Christ
1111 Country Club Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034

This is an open, speaker-based meeting. The group invites guest speakers to join the discussion and share their stories. All are welcome.

*Northpoint Recovery is not affiliated with any of the groups listed above. We cannot, therefore, be held accountable for an individual’s experience in any of these meetings.

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Narcotics Anonymous: A Community of Recovering Drug Addicts

Narcotics Anonymous is similar to Alcoholics Anonymous. They both use a 12-step recovery model to help addicts get clean. They both hold regular meetings that are attended by hundreds (if not thousands) of addicts across the country. And, they’re both valuable resources for anyone with a substance abuse problem. 

Whereas AA is designed for recovering alcoholics, this program caters specifically to people to abuse drugs. Members have been addicted to everything from heroin and crystal meth to cocaine, crackprescription pills, and marijuana

So, no matter what your drug of choice is, this group will welcome you and do their best to help you overcome your habit. 

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Are you trying to find a meeting near you? Look no further! We’ve compiled a list of local groups below.

Sunday

5:30 PM
Kenilworth Candlelight Meeting
Kenilworth Presbyterian Church
4028 SE 34th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97202

6:30 PM
Esperanza Women’s Meeting
Esperanza Court Apartments
3611 Southeast 28th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97202

This is an open meeting for women. Any woman who has the desire to overcome their drug addiction is invited.

The group welcomes children. Feel free to bring your kids.

The meeting takes place in the Community Room of the apartment complex. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

7:00 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
Metzger Church
9055 Southwest Locust Street
Tigard, Oregon 97223

This is an open NA meeting. All are welcome.

Monday

5:30 PM
Kenilworth Candlelight Meeting
Kenilworth Presbyterian Church
4028 SE 34th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97202

This is an open meeting. All sessions are conducted by candlelight. This could be a nice, relaxing environment to find support in.

The group meets in the basement of the Church.

7:00 PM
Saint Stephen’s Women’s Meeting
Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church
1432 SW 13th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97201

This is an open meeting for women. Any woman seeking addiction recovery support is welcome. The building is handicap accessible.

10:00 PM
Open Topic Discussion
Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church
1432 SW 13th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97201

This is an open NA meeting. The topic varies from week to week. All are welcome and the facility is wheelchair accessible.

Tuesday

7:00 PM
Beaverton NA Meeting
Beaverton Community Center
12350 Southwest 5th Street
Beaverton, Oregon 9700

This is an open meeting. All are welcome.

8:00 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
3405 Southwest Alice Street
Portland, Oregon 97219

This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. Wheelchair access is available.

Wednesday

7:00 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
Oak Grove Church
1908 Southeast Courtney Road
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222

This meeting is open to all. Children are welcome, so feel free to bring your little ones along.

8:00 PM
West Hills Men’s Meeting
West Hills Unitarian Church
8470 SW Oleson Road
Portland, Oregon 97223

This is a closed meeting for men. Only men who are committed to recovery are welcome.

The group meets in the Tree Room. The Church is wheelchair accessible.

Thursday

5:30 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
United Trinity Methodist Church
3915 Southeast Steele Street
Portland, Oregon 97202

This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited. The Church is wheelchair accessible.

5:30 PM
Open Candlelight Meeting
Kenilworth Presbyterian Church
4028 Southeast 34th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97202

This is an open meeting. The group gathers by candlelight to discuss recovery in a serene environment.

The support session takes place in the basement.

6:00 PM
Just for Today Study
Greenburg Oaks Apartments
11895 Southwest 91st Avenue
Tigard, Oregon 97223

This is an open step study session. Members gather to discuss the Twelve Steps and update the group on their recovery progress.

The group convenes in the Community Room of the apartment complex. The building is handicap accessible.

Friday

5:30 PM
Open Candlelight Meeting
Kenilworth Presbyterian Church
4028 Southeast 34th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97202

This is an open NA meeting. The group meets by candlelight to discuss recovery in a calm environment.

The session takes place in the basement.

7:00 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
Metzger Church
9055 Southwest Locust Street
Tigard, Oregon 97223

This is an open meeting. Anyone who wants to get clean is welcome.

7:30 PM
Open Step Study
Saint Stephens
290 West Gloucester Street
Gladstone, Oregon 97027

This step study session is open to all. Members gather to discuss the Steps and update the group on their recovery progress.

Saturday

12:00 PM
Two Rivers Women’s Meeting
Two Rivers Church
16083 Southeast McLoughlin Boulevard
Milwaukie, Oregon 97267

This is an open meeting for women. Any woman who wants to beat their drug addiction is welcome.

Wheelchair access is available.

6:30 PM
Beaverton Courthouse Meeting
Beaverton Courthouse Building
4755 Southwest Griffith Drive
Beaverton, Oregon 97005

This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is welcome. If you’re looking for a group that offers recovery support on Saturday evenings, this could be a great meeting for you.

*Northpoint Recovery is not affiliated with any of the groups listed above. We cannot, therefore, be held accountable for an individual’s experience in any of these meetings.

All meeting times and locations are subject to change. You can find complete, up-to-date schedules at the following links:

NA Meeting Search
Portland Area Narcotics Anonymous

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Al-Anon: A Support Group for the Loved Ones of Addicts

Loving an addict is complicated. It can generate feelings of fear, anger, sadness, and guilt all at once. Even though we love them, we’re often upset by the fact that they can’t seem to change. 

When your family member is addicted to drugs, it helps to have support. After all, you’re not the only person struggling with the issue. There are millions of addicts currently living in America. That means there are a lot of family members out there losing sleep over their loved one’s condition. 

Al-Anon provides a place where the family members of addicts can go to find support. If your child, parent, sibling or spouse is battling addiction, this could be a great resource for you.

Are you interested in attending a meeting? We’ve listed a few local ones below to help get you started.

Sunday

5:00 PM
Love and Service
Beaverton 7th Day Advent Church
14645 Southwest Davis Road
Beaverton, Oregon 97007

This is an open, speaker-based meeting. Each week, a speaker joins the group to share their story.

Babysitters are available, so feel free to bring your kids.

Wednesday

7:30 PM
Wednesday Night Hope
Marylhurst College
Christie School
17600 Highway 43
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034

This is an open Al-Anon meeting, held in the Christie School at Marylhurst College.

Everyone is welcome and the facility is wheelchair accessible.

Friday

1:30 PM
How Al-Anon Works
Christadelphian Church
8970 Southwest Murray Boulevard
Beaverton, Oregon 97008

This is an open meeting for beginners. If you’re interested in joining Al-Anon, this could be the perfect place to start.

All are welcome and wheelchair access is available

*Northpoint Recovery is not affiliated with any of the groups listed above. We cannot, therefore, be held accountable for an individual’s experience in any of these meetings. 

There are plenty more meetings in the area. For a full schedule, check out the official Portland Area Al-Anon website.

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Northpoint Recovery Could Help You Get Back on the Right Path

No one ever plans to become an addict. We know this because we’ve been through it. But it happens. 

Luckily, there are people out there who can help you recover. 

Northpoint Recovery provides drug and alcohol detox and rehab services that help you through the earliest stages of sobriety. From helping addicts manage their withdrawal symptoms to providing therapy and counseling that can prevent relapse, we’ll hold your hand as you get started to the road to recovery. 

Learn more about our detox services and rehab treatment options

Our facility is located in Boise, Idaho, just a 90 minute flight from Lake Oswego. If you’re currently living in Clackamas County and are struggling with addiction, it could benefit you to come spend some time with us. 

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