How Do I Find Recovery Support Services in Vermont?

Self-help groups and other types of support services are very important in most people’s recovery from alcohol or other drug addiction. Participants in self-help groups support and encourage one another to become or stay drug and alcohol free. Twelve-step programs are perhaps the best known of the self-help groups. These programs include Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and many other programs.

Members themselves, not treatment facilities, run self-help groups. In many places, self-help groups offer meetings for people with particular needs. Many treatment programs recommend or require attendance at self-help groups. By attending, many people make new friends who help them stay in recovery. The number of meetings required varies by treatment program; many programs require participants to attend 90 meetings in 90 days, as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous recommend. Some treatment programs encourage people to find a sponsor, that is, someone who has been in the group for a while and can offer personal support and advice. There are self-help groups for family members, too.

Your local Recovery Center can help you to find recovery support services in your area:

County Program Address Phone Number
Addison County Turning Point Center of Addison County 228 Maple Street, Middlebury (802) 388-4249
Bennington County Turning Point Center of Bennington 465 Main Street, Bennington (802) 442-9700
Chittenden County Turning Point Center of Chittenden County 191 Bank Street, Burlington (802) 861-3150
Franklin County Turning Point of Franklin County 182 Lake Street, St. Albans (802) 782-8454
Orleans County Journey to Recovery Community Center 58 Third Street, Newport (802) 487-0233
Caledonia County Kingdom Recovery Center 297 Summer Street,
St. Johnsbury
(802) 751-8520
Rutland County Turning Point Recovery Center of Rutland 141 State Street, Rutland (802) 773-6010
Washington County Turning Point Center of Central Vermont 489 Main Street, Barre (802) 479-7373
Windham County Turning Point of Windham County 112 Hardwood Way, Brattleboro (802) 257-5600
Windsor County Turning Point Recovery Center of Springfield 7 Morgan Street, Springfield (802) 885-4668
Windsor County Upper Valley Turning Point 200 Olcott Drive, White River Junction (802) 295-5206
Lamoille County North Central Vermont Recovery Center 275 Brooklyn Street, Suite #2, Morrisville (802) 851-8120


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