Recovery Centers provide information and support to people in recovery from substance use disorder. Contact your local Recovery Center to find resources and support in your area.
Peer Recovery Support
Peer recovery support and coaching connects people with lived experience with people in recovery to provide support and assistance in navigating treatment and recovery services. Peer recovery coaches can help you reach your recovery goals.
Recovery during COVID-19Vermonters can access alcohol or other drug treatment and recovery support during the COVID-19 emergency by call 802-565-LINK (5465) to talk with a specialist directly or visit VTHelplink.org. Treatment service providers have guidelines in place to protect patients and staff.
|Addison County||Turning Point Center of Addison County||54 A1 Creek Road, 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||179 South Winooski Ave, Suite #301, 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,
|Rutland County||Turning Point Recovery Center of Rutland||141 State Street, Rutland||(802) 773-6010|
|Washington County||Turning Point Center of Central Vermont||489 North Main Street, Barre||(802) 479-7373|
|Windham County||Turning Point of Windham County||39 Elm Street, 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|
Support groups are places for support and encouragement from peers to maintain recovery and work through personal substance use triggers and recurrence. These programs are peer-lead and are often recommended as part of a treatment plan. Twelve-step programs, such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous the most well-known support groups.
Family support groups help family members of people with substance use disorder.
- The University of Vermont Medical Center: Vermont Support Groups
- Dartmouth-Hitchcock: Bereavement Support Groups
- Corbin and Palmer Funeral Home & Cremation Services: Grief Support
- The University of Vermont Health Network - Central Vermont Medical Center: Bereavement Support Group
- Grief Recovery After Substance Passing (GRASP) - Vermont Chapters