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Miss your home groups and activities? Find them online

Recovery Coaching

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.
Call or text: (802) 377-3188


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. Click HERE for more information, or join the Zoom meeting Tuesdays at 10:30am


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. Click HERE for more information, or join the GOTOMeeting Wednesdays at 6pm (or call in: (872) 240-3311, Access Code: 530-324-389)

Energetic Healing

Stacey Gibbs, local energy healer, is offering individual virtual one on one sessions.
For more information call Stacey at (802) 734-5908 or email

Mindful Recovery

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. Join with Zoom Tuesdays at 6pm For a password, please contact Johny or (802) 377-3188

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 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
Password: 007780
Or if you’d like to join by phone:
+16465588656,,597849960# US

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!

Recovery Art

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 with a caption, and we will feature it on our new Recovery Art blog.

Narcan Kits

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

Turning Point Center staff is still available to support you

Justin Bouchard
(802) 234-1613
Programs and Media Coordinator, RC
Johny Daigan Widell
(802) 377-3188
Recovery Coach Supervisor, RC

Interested in recovery centers around the state?

View and Chew

Zoom in to have your lunch while viewing a TED Talk-style video with Cecil of Brattleboro – followed by group discussion of the topic Mondays at 1pm
Meeting ID: 397 201 418

Recovery Community Yoga

Join Meg from Burlington
Fridays 10:30am-11:30am on Zoom
for more information email

Y12SR Yoga

Join Krista from Burlington Mondays 2:00-3:30 on Zoom
for more information email

All Recovery

All-Recovery, An open conversation-style meeting welcoming individuals on all pathways to recovery from substances and addictive behaviors. Thursdays at 4 PM 
Join on Zoom

SMART Recovery

SMART stands for Self-Management and Recovery Training. The SMART approach is secular and science-based, using cognitive behavioral therapy and non-confrontational motivational methods. Try SMART Recovery
With Mike Privee on Zoom

Wednesdays at 12-noon


Rewired is a new approach to fighting addiction and self-damaging behavior by acknowledging personal power. Join on Zoom Thursdays at 10am Meeting ID# 392436825

Four Agreements

Take a closer look at Miguel Ruiz’s Four Agreements in this Zoom book study group Fridays at 10am Meeting ID#530617530

Mom’s in Recovery

Join other mothers in recovery to discuss the unique challenges of being a new mother while in recovery. Wednesdays at 10:30 on Zoom
Meeting ID: 711 628 493
Password: 060712

Spiritual A-bacon-ing NA

Join Springfield’s Sunday morning Narcotics Anonymous meeting on Zoom at 11am
phone (646) 558-8656
Meeting ID: 663 147 090

Wit’s End

A support group for parents, guardians and family members of adolescents or young adults who are having problems related to alcohol, or other drug use. Participate on Zoom, 6pm Mondays and Thursdays

When in recovery, we are never alone… Our Vermont Telephone Peer Recovery Support Program has established a number you can dial to access a peer to talk about your recovery, today. We are rooted in recovery – and here for YOU! (802) 808-8877
The Vermont Recovery Network is a non-profit organization that supports the provision of recovery support services through Recovery Centers. Recovery centers are local, consumer driven, non residential facilities which provide peer supports, sober recreation activities, volunteer opportunities, community education and recovery supporting services. Click here for more on Vermont Recovery Network

What else is in Vermont?

“…We help people discover the power of the written word to process trauma, build self-esteem, and support healthy, sustained recovery…”
Listen to podcasts or follow on Facebook for daily writing prompts
Now hosting weekly virtual workshops, Wednesdays at 4pm! Email: to join.

Recovery Vermont is a signature program of the Vermont Association of Mental Health and Addiction Recovery serving as a hub for all things recovery in Vermont.
Check out Facebook for fun recovery connections

Vermont CARES is a harm reduction organization that provides Syringe Service Programs, HIV/HCV testing, safer sex supplies and educational training across Vermont.  Harm Reduction simply means that we are helping people to reduce the potential harms that may be associated with drug use and sexual activity. We are enabling people to live safer, longer, healthier lives by preventing HIV infection, overdose deaths, viral hepatitis and helping people get connected to treatment.  Our programs aim to educate, engage and bring evidence-based interventions to those who seek our services through compassionate care and guidance. 

What about the national and global recovery community online?

How about something else?

In The Rooms is a free online recovery tool that offers 130 weekly online meetings for those recovering from addiction and related issues. We embrace multiple pathways to recovery, including all 12 Step, Non-12 Step, Wellness and Mental Health modalities.

SMART focuses on learning coping skills that work well short- and long-term. SMART Recovery uses evidence-based methods, including cognitive-behavioral, non-confrontational motivational enhancement, and other methods. Meetings focus on the application of these methods.

Recovery Dharma uses Buddhist practice and principles to heal the suffering caused by all types of addiction. It is an international community of people who host and participate in weekly meetings to support our sobriety and wellbeing through meditation, self-inquiry, and sharing.

Refuge Recovery is grounded in the belief that Buddhist principles and practices create a strong foundation for a path to freedom from addiction. This program is an approach to recovery that understands: All individuals have the power and potential to free themselves from the suffering that is caused by addiction.

LifeRing Secular Recovery is an organization of people who share practical experiences and sobriety support. There are as many ways to live free of drugs and alcohol as there are stories of successful sober people. Many LifeRing members attend other kinds of meetings or recovery programs, and we honor those decisions. Many people find that LifeRing’s emphasis on the positive, practical present-day can turn anger and despair into hope and resolve.

Offering all recovery meetings daily. All recovery meetings are non-denominational, agnostic to any specific recovery pathway, and are open to anyone. Our meetings include one daily family and loved one recovery support meeting, a weekly LGBTQ+, and Women’s Only meeting

Women For Sobriety (WFS) is both an organization and a self-help program (also called the New Life Program) for women with Substance Use Disorders. It was the first national self-help program for addiction recovery developed to address the unique needs of women. Based upon the thirteen Acceptance Statements, the New Life Program is one of positivity that encourages emotional and spiritual growth. 

The Phoenix’s mission is to build sober active community that fuels resilience and harnesses the transformational power of connection so that together we rise, recover and live. As we are committed to still deliver opportunities for Social Connection during this challenging time, we have introduced daily live-streamed, virtual programming for Crossfit, Yoga, and Meditation along with other online social events.

Podcast Pandemonium

Maybe you are more interested in Playing music live and in sync with others from different locations? With JAMKAZAM you can:

  • Rehearse without travel or space
  • Co-write and produce music live
  • Join open sessions to jam with others
  • Record and live broadcast sessions
  • Connect with other musicians and bands