Here at Recovery Vermont we believe that the opposite of addiction is connection! Below are some ever growing and evolving recovery resources and connections. Please share your favorite resources with us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vermont Helplink is new, free, statewide resource for finding and navigating substance use treatment and recovery services in Vermont. Call them at 802-565-LINK or connect via chat. Calling 211 will also connect you to Vermont Helplink.
Online Recovery Meetings
A sober community that has online resources and meetings. Their philosophy is largely using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
A resource of multiple online AA and 12 step meetings.
Offering free daily online recovery meetings, including ones for family members and loved ones. Unity supports multiple pathways.
Free online 12 step meetings: NA, AA, Al-Anon.
A free online recovery tool that offers 130 weekly online meetings from multiple pathways.
Online Free Yoga, Exercise & Meditation Classes
The Phoenix, the free sober active community, is offering all their classes online – yoga, Crossfit, and meditation daily.
Hundreds of classes to pick from – based on duration, type, and area of concentration.
Vermont based non-profit yoga studio, Sangha, is offering online classes added daily.
Guided meditations and online classes on mindfulness and compassion with Tara Brach who founded the Insight Meditation Community.
Yoga classes, meditations, mindfulness techniques, lectures and stress relief videos from Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health.
Tommy has a holistic approach to recovery – incorporating yoga, meditation, music, food and hiking into recovery.
Story Yoga, a non-profit yoga teacher training program for folks in recovery is currently running all of their classes virtually.
The Turning Point Center of Chittenden County’s Yoga Community is now hosting weekly free classes on Zoom.
Peer Professional Daily Zoom with the Vermont Recovery Network
The VRN will be hosting a daily Peer Professional Check-In via Zoom at 7pm Daily. These meetings are available to any recovery coach working in a Recovery Center. Contact Executive Director, Fawn Montanye if you are interested.
NCVRC’s staff is available for phone calls, video chats, recovery coaching, referrals and other forms of support. Contact them via their contact page on their website.
Turning Point Center of Springfield is offering a daily Zoom room for those to join them virtually between 8am – 8pm, 7 days a week. Drop in just as if you were to visit their center.