VT Helplink is a statewide resource for finding treatment and recovery services.
Scroll down to see peer support groups.
For free naloxone (Narcan) from North Central Vermont Recovery Center, contact:
Always call 911 after administering naloxone.
Recovery and Treatment Supports
North Central Vermont Recovery Center (NCVRC 802-851-8120) is a good place to start or sustain a recovery from alcohol or drug addiction. NCVRC is a safe, welcoming, substance-free environment. They have extensive supports and recovery programs, including:
- Recovery coaching
- Support groups
- Health & wellness
- Family groups
- Much more
- Screening, assessment, and treatment services for substance use, mental health, or psychiatric concerns.
- Outpatient substance use treatment for adolescents, adults, couples, families, and groups
- Medication management.
- 802-888-8230 or visit their website.
- Medication-Assisted Treatment [MAT] Team: Medications like Suboxone, buprenorphine, or Vivitrol can support your recovery when provided by an expert.
- Substance use and MAT screening
- Referrals to treatment
- Care coordination
- Call 802-888-6009.
- Substance abuse/Mental health counseling and treatment
- 802-888-0079 or visit their website
SaVida Health offers outpatient, medication-assisted treatment for opioid and alcohol use disorders, including counseling, case management, medical care and toxicology testing.
- Psych med services and management
- Behavioral counseling
- Hepatitis C treatment
- In-person/same day/next day intake; telehealth available
- Contact: email@example.com, (802) 851-0668, or visit their website
- 9 locations throughout Vermont
- 802-343-8741, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jenna's Promise provides rental assistance to individuals to get into or stay in a recovery residence or sober home.
- Jenna's House is a community center that helps to break down the stigma associated with substance use disorders. The state-of-the-art events venue has space for up to 250 people. Anyone from the community can use this space for meetings or functions.
- Rae of Hope is a Level-3 sober home for women with a full-time live in house manager.
Opioid Overdose Prevention explains:
- How to spot an overdose
- What to do in the case of an overdose
- Other ways to save a life
Recovery Friendly Workplaces
Employers who want to join Lamoille's Recovery Friendly Workplaces and get support for employees in recovery, contact email@example.com.
Working Fields: individuals who have made mistakes—yet have accepted responsibility, entered recovery, and acted to improve their lives—deserve a second chance:
- Support for those in recovery or with past convictions, including job placement and recovery coaches.
- Staffing agency for employers seeking motivated, dedicated, qualified candidates.
Recovery Friendly Workplaces and Their Profound Impact: one hour video on supporting people with Substance Use Disorder in obtaining and thriving in employment, and how this benefits the employer, the recovering employee, and our community.
Substance Use Prevention
Healthy Lamoille Valley provides prevention resources for Lamoille area youth and families, facilitates our local Youth Prevention Council, offers youth leadership opportunities, family support resources, and community outreach in the Lamoille County area and surrounding communities.
Prescription Drug Disposal
Pills and patches accepted at these drop off kiosk locations:
- Lamoille County Sheriff Department: 24/7
- Morristown Police Department: M-F, 8-4
- Stowe Police Department: 24/7
- Kinney Drugs, Cambridge: Mon-Sat 8:30AM-7PM, Sun 9AM-2PM (Also accepting liquids and aerosols.)
Dandelion cards include basic information about resources in the community. Please take some for your organization or business. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Peer Support Groups
Groups hosted at North Central Vermont Recovery Center (walkins: 275 Brooklyn St., #2, Morrisville. Click here to see times. 802-851-8120):
- Refuge Recovery: A non-theistic community dedicated to the practices of mindfulness, compassion, forgiveness, and generosity.
- Families Anonymous: For those concerned with the destructive behavior of loved ones due to drugs, alcohol, or related behaviors.
- Moms in Recovery Support Group: open discussion for all moms in any stage of recovery. Children welcome.
- As Bill Sees It: An open meeting about the trials and miracles of alcoholism. The Chairperson reads the daily reading from a book called “As Bill Sees It" and the group opens for discussion.
- SMART Recovery: Support for those who have chosen to abstain or are considering abstention from addictive behaviors.
- Newcomer's AA: A meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous focusing on the first 3 Steps.
- All Recovery
- Narcotics Anonymous
- AA Step Meeting
- Open Discussion AA
Recovery from the Ground Up addresses issues that many people face as they recover from alcohol and substance use disorders. We need to learn and practice the skills to cope, survive, and flourish in recovery. This in-person group provides a safe and confidential environment to develop these skills while living a fulfilling life in recovery.
- Wednesdays 4:30-5:30
- Behavioral Health & Wellness: 607 Washington Highway, Morrisville
Click here for a list of national and state online recovery meetings.
Click here for the state page on opioid overdose prevention.