4D Recovery Services
4D Recovery is a peer-run organization, meaning that all of its staff identify as people in recovery. We believe that people in recovery are the best suited to direct a recovery organization because they have the lived experience of finding and sustaining their recovery.
1. Peer Mentoring
As peers, we use our experiences to help inspire, motivate, and guide individuals to navigate their own recovery journeys. We believe that we are the experts in our lives and we inherently know our individual needs.
2. 4D’s Community Centers
In addition to our peer-delivered services, we have three recovery community centers where hundreds of young adults can gather to attend a variety of free recovery support services in a safe, alcohol and drug-free environment. Over 600 young people attend our community centers each month. Whether you want to hang out with your friends, if you just need a place to use a computer or just catch a meeting, 4D community centers can help. Our MLK center is open 7 days/week for meetings.
3. Recovery Housing
Currently, 4D has one recovery house for male-identified individuals in recovery with plans to expand to more housing in the near future. Our housing provides a safe, peer-supported, affordable, and substance-free housing opportunity.
4. Civic Engagement
At 4D, we believe that the only way to overcome the substance use disorder epidemic is to be active in the community through increased civic engagement opportunities. We envision a future where systems, communities, and individuals work together to ensure all people receive the support needed to find and sustain recovery from substances.
5. Recovery Meetings
At 4D we embrace all pathways to recovery, whether that’s 12-step meetings, therapy, or medication-assisted recovery. We believe that every individual is an expert in their own lives and that as such, they have the right to choose a self-directed approach to recovery that meets their needs