Providing peer-based recovery support to all; we seek to enhance the spiritual, mental, physical, and social growth of our community affected by substance use disorders and addictive behaviors.
Turning Point Center of Addison County
Turning Point Center of Addison County is a 501(c)3 non-profit recovery center that provides a safe, friendly, and substance use free environment where all people in recovery, and their families and friends, can meet for peer-to-peer recovery support, social activities, recovery coaching, education, and advocacy.
We are open!
As of 5/24/21, Turning Point Center of Addison County is open! We are open for in person meetings, walk-ins, group meetings, Recovery Coaching, etc. TPCAC is following CDC & VT Governor’s COVID-19 Guidelines. All staff at TPCAC that interact with participants have been vaccinated! Please bring a mask if you would like, we do have some masks available if needed, we have social distancing measures throughout the general and meeting areas of the center. If a group is meeting in person or on Zoom is up to the group leader’s discretion. Please check with your meeting’s leader (or check our calendar) to see if your meeting is physically meeting. If you would like to have your group meet in person again, please let the center know.
We are very excited to welcome everyone back to in person support.
Grief & Loss Peer Support Group
Grief is the normal and natural reaction to a loss of any kind including death, either recent or long ago, divorce or breakup of a romantic relationship, job loss, or one of the many other losses that a person can encounter during a lifetime. Join us as we support each other through grief and loss.
Open Door Group
Monday - Friday 6:30pm
Missing the days when you could freely walk into Turning Point and hang out with people? The Open Door Group is for you! 6:30PM Monday-Friday on Zoom!
Tuesday 6pm on Zoom
Mindful Recovery is a non-theistic, Buddhist-inspired approach to recovery from addictions of all kinds. It is a community of people dedicated to the practices of mindfulness, compassion, forgiveness, and generosity, using meditation and kindness to heal the pain and suffering that addiction has caused in their lives and in the lives of those around them.
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As of today 12/13/21, the Mon/Wed/Fri Alcoholics Anonymous meetings have moved to Zoom temporarily. The new Zoom link is: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86354093374?pwd=QUtwOTNJTnM1WkJSbmV5TWRrT1RqQT09
Unfortunately the 5:30pm In-Person A.A. Meeting at Turning Point of Addison County is cancelled for tonight, Friday Dec. 10th. We are so sorry for the inconvenience. Please check their website for a different in-person or zoom meeting @ https://aavt.org The meeting...
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