BLVD Treatment Centers

BLVD Treatment Centers Portland Oregon

The BLVD philosophy emphasizes mindfulness, meditation, trauma work, giving back, creative self-expression, community, and the importance of laying solid groundwork for a soulful and sustainable recovery. The approach to addiction is tri-fold, offering treatment that focuses on the mind, body, and spirit. Through comprehensive outpatient services for alcohol and drug addiction, BLVD helps clients change their negative self-perceptions and beliefs. Treatment is based on AA’s 12-Steps of recovery and is administered in conjunction with group and individual therapy sessions.


With a strong design flair and amenities to appeal to hip clients, BLVD Treatment Centers operates two residential and five outpatient substance abuse treatment facilities in California and Oregon. The Portland site, located in the renowned Hawthorne District, offers outpatient care for individuals struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders.


In the majority of cases, treatment can begin within 24 hours of the client making contact.

BLVD Treatment Centers in Portland offers two levels of outpatient care: a standard outpatient program (OP) that meets one to two days a week from two to four hours per day, and an intensive outpatient program (IOP) that meets three to five days a week for two to four hours at a time.

The approach is 12-step, non-12-step (Dharma-/mindfulness-based or holistic), and offers LGBTQ treatment tracks, as well as dedicated programming for professionals, those aged 30+, and young adults. The treatment programs are evidence-based, client-centered, and trauma-informed.

Counselors use dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) along with mindfulness-centered meditation groups, life-skills training, and treatment for mental-health disorders. Programming also places a heavy emphasis on holistic options, including yoga, drum circles, music therapy, as well as nutrition and wellness groups. In the IOP, there’s a particularly strong focus on relapse prevention work.


According to BLVD’s website, many staff bring with them years of experience in recovery or their own meditation practices, alongside their “extensive credentials,” though the specifics of these credentials are not listed.


The outpatient treatment center in Portland, located on a tree-lined street, is in a trendy area filled with vintage shops, boutiques, and cafés. The facility is convenient to transportation services. Off-street parking is available.

The treatment space is large and, according to the facility’s website, is “designed with the same cool boutique sensibility as our other locations: a style intensely devoted to creating a comfortable vibe and peace of mind for optimal recovery.”


At the time of this writing, no reviews were submitted as yet to about BLVD Treatment Centers in Portland. However, on Google, two reviewers offered the highest five-star ratings for the Portland facility. [1] These reviewers did not leave any accompanying commentary.

On Facebook, which BLVD Treatment Centers can manage, the organization as a whole received an average rating of 4.7 out of five stars from 72 reviewers (a mix of alumni, staff, and others associated with any of the facilities). [2] Ken, who had been sober for one year, wrote: “BLVD treatment centers have helped me save my life! Thank you all at the program, I got mad love and nothing but respect for you all” and added, “I got my life, family, and peace of mind restored.”


BLVD Treatment Centers accepts insurance; in fact, the website notes: “In many cases your treatment can be 100% covered.” The facility provides financial assistance programs for clients who qualify. It also accepts private pay.


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  • BLVD has an extremely cool, welcoming, youthful vibe. It feels like a cutting edge San Francisco start up. I like the vibe, location, and team.
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  • I went to Hazelden and then Blvd. I also went to Ridgefield and returned back to Blvd afterwards. Blvd treated myself and others like family. It’s a community atmosphere with strong values about accountability and long-term sobriety. They didn’t give up on me no matter how depressed I felt. Autumn knows what she’s doing and had my best interests at heart from day 1. My experience surrendering to receive help and take suggestions from Blvd didn’t come natural but they didn’t give up. Blvd provided me structure to build a new life on. My councilor was straightforward with a lot of experience, knowledge and compassion. They are inspiring to be around. All in all, there’s a mix of fun and seriousness with a personalized approach that fit my needs. I graduated November 2017 and am sober today.
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  • Only that the patients support each other.