Tony Vezina is the founder of Peer Recovery solutions. He is a person in long-term recovery with an extensive background in business management, community organizing, policy development, and non-profit development. To request something specific to your organization needs, please contact him using this form.

Tony’s resume includes co-founding 4D Recovery, Oregon Recovers, Oregon Recovery High School Initiative, and the Oregon Recovery Community Organization Association. His experience includes Student Body President, Portland Community College, Executive Director of 4D Recovery, Chair of Oregon’s Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission, Trainer of Metro’s Association of Addiction Peer Professionals. His efforts have been recognized by the following: Policy Changer, Portland Community College; Inclusion Award, Portland Community College; The Eric Martin Ally to the Latinx Community Award; Skidmore Prize Award, Willamette Week; Forty under 40 most influential executives, Portland Business Journal, Hometown Hero, Portland Trail Blazers.