About Us

Washington Recovery Services provides solutions to homelessness in Washington State.

The organization works closely with Oxford House and is actively seeking to purchase recovery homes for people leaving homeless and gaining self-sufficiency through mutual support, employment, and recovery from alcoholism, addiction, and mental illness.

With assistance from the Community Foundation of Southwest Washington and the Ed and Dollie Lynch Fund, the organization purchased a home for nine women in recovery in December 2019. That home is fully occupied and now under renovation.

The organization is now seeking new opportunities in Southwest Washington.

Washington Recovery Services is a program of the Mental Health Association of Portland and fully licensed in Washington State. The Mental Health Association of Portland is a 501 C 3 nonprofit organization, tax identification 20-0138570, governed by peer volunteers since 2003. The organization maintains advisory councils and committees for individual educational and advocacy projects.

Project Council

Jim Mains – Identity Clark County
Jason Renaud – Mental Health Association of Portland
Jamie Spinelli – Consumer Voices are Born
Ryan Sidhom – River City Church