Tuesday, May 5th is Giving Tuesday.
Please donate to keep our recovery services free to all.
With the reality of our doors being closed, we have had to postpone our annual fundraising events to potential future dates, which is financially impacting us greatly. Please consider helping us continue to provide recovery services to those in need by donating today.
As a precaution to avoid spreading the Coronavirus the Turning Point Center of Chittenden County will be closed at least through Friday, June 12, 2020.
Many in-person recovery meetings across the nation are cancelled and have moved to an online format. We’ve put together a list of the online recovery resources and meetings that we were able to find.
Our number is 802-861-3150. Please do not hesitate to call. Also, to write for support, visit our staff page to email our staff.
During this time, staff will be answering the telephone from 9 am to 5 pm, and offering the recovery community support. After 5 pm, please leave a message and we will return your call the following day.
We hope to be open again soon to offer recovery peer support in person. In the meantime, we remain available by phone, e-mail, facebook and Zoom seven days a week 9 am to 5 pm. Thank you.
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Addiction Recovery Featured on 'Across the Fence'
Isolation is a terrible thing for those with an addiction. Gary De Carolis, Executive Director of the Center, talks about how critical it is to reach out for your recovery during the COVID-19 outbreak. We at the Turning Point Center of Chittenden County encourage you to make connections to keep you moving forward.Find Your Online Recovery Connection
Across the Fence is the longest-running locally-produced program in the US. They have been on-air on WCAX-TV since 1955! Across the Fence is produced by the University of Vermont Extension.
Some of Our Programs:
Moms in Recovery Program
The Moms in Recovery Program carves out a safe, judgment-free space for moms, in recovery, to connect and bridge the gap between their sobriety and community. By connecting mothers and their children to a wide variety of services, participants of the program are able to grow their sobriety and form healthy relationships.
Our Moms in Recovery Program
Recovery Peer Support Specialist Program
Recovery Peer Support Specialists are sober individuals who entered recovery in a variety of ways and serve as direct support for those seeking advice or guidance in solving the various hurdles that may arise while seeking out their own sustained recovery.
Our Peer Support Specialists
Recovery Coaches in the Emergency Department
Coaches draw on their own long-term recovery experiences to connect with others similarly affected by addiction. By being a member of an individual’s medical care team, Coaches use their first-hand knowledge to directly identify with the crisis that caused the patient to enter the Emergency Department.
Find Your Recovery Coach
What Our Guests Have to Say
The Turning Point Center of Chittenden County is a dedicated, compassionate community that provides recovery support services in a safe, substance-free environment for individuals and families on multiple paths to self-discovery and sustained recovery.