There are many organizations and groups across Vermont who can help you or someone you know. Here you can find treatment, support, and recovery services for substance use disorder.
Substance use disorder can happen to anyone. Nothing makes that more clear than hearing the voices of those in recovery, or who have family members and friends who have experienced addiction.
It’s in our communities that we can all come together to get a better understanding of addiction and bring the old stigmas to an end. Find out more about the nature of addiction, as well as treatment options and paths...
It can be challenging to be the employer of someone who is experiencing substance use disorder. But you can also be an incredible source of support. Find out more about addiction, as well as about treatment and recovery.
As a health care provider you play a critical role in the journey of recovery for someone who is struggling with substance use disorder. In this section you’ll get a better understanding of addiction, as well as treatment and recovery.
When addiction affects someone close to you, what do you do? It can be scary and confusing. You may feel angry and distrustful. How can you understand what’s happening to that person? Here you’ll find information about addiction, treatment, and...
Information for health professionals to help their patients with issues related to alcohol and other drugs.
In an overdose, opioids can slow breathing to the point of death. To save lives, the Health Department gives out a medication called naloxone (brand name Narcan®) that can reverse an overdose.
Recovery from substance use disorder is a lifelong process. Throughout Vermont, there are services to support you in your recovery. People recover!
Health campaigns related to alcohol and other drug use. Resources for grantees and partners.