Miss your home groups and activities? Find them online.
During our current health crisis we are unable to meet with individuals in person, but we are still here to help support you. Coaches can meet via telephone or Zoom conferencing. Click HERE for more information, or contact Johny to get set up with your Recovery Coach.
MAPS is a peer support group for people at any stage of engagement with MAT. MAPS provides support by creating a space for sharing hope and experience through open and honest discussion of the benefits and challenges of Medication Assisted Treatment in recovery.
Friends and Family in Support of Recovery is a peer-led support group for any adult with a loved one who has experienced or is experiencing substance use disorder. FFSR was created to bring together people looking to gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar experiences; and to share practical resources and tools.
Mindful Recovery is Addison County’s Recovery Dharma Collective. Mindful Recovery is a peer-led, grass-roots mutual support group for individuals on their path of recovery from addiction using Buddhist practices and principles.
Stacey Gibbs, local energy healer, is offering individual virtual one on one sessions.
For more information call Stacey at (802) 734-5908 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recovery Friendly Yoga
“A come-as-you-are yoga practice for anyone needing a safe, non-judgmental space to move, breathe, or just be.” No experience necessary. All are welcome!
Meeting via Zoom. Email email@example.com for the Zoom link or more information.
Noontime Keep it Simple AA
The Keep It Simple group of Alcoholic Anonymous is still meeting 5 days a week 12:00pm-1:00pm on Zoom. Click HERE to attend.
Meeting ID: 597 849 960
Or if you’d like to join by phone:
Looking for a different LOCAL AA Zoom Meeting? Click HERE
or call (802) 388- 9284
TED Talks Tuesdays
TED is still here! Visit our Facebook page Tuesdays at 1:30pm to watch the latest TED Talk. Then join in the conversation, or suggest a TED Talk you’d like to share!
We cannot come together to create are for the time being, but art is too healing to set aside at a time like this. Send us photos your creative works of art on Facebook Messenger or firstname.lastname@example.org with a caption, and we will feature it on our new Recovery Art blog
Narcan is still available! If you would like to have Narcan on hand during this health crisis, please contact Justin to arrange a training via telephone or Zoom and a no-contact pick up at our center location, 54 Creek Rd, Middlebury VT
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We would love to hear from you!