Virtual Recovery Groups

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Deaf & Hard of Hearing Recovery Group

Wednesday Evenings 
5-6 pm 
Zoom

A free, all pathways to recovery virtual recovery group for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community will be held Wednesday evenings from 5-6pm beginning July 22nd. Recovery Coach Shane Greene will facilitate, and the groups will be conducted in American Sign Language. This Recovery Group will be held on Zoom. 

If you have questions please email Shane at: shanegreene077@gmail.com  Click the button below to join at the scheduled time. 

Curious about this group?

Watch this video of Shane describing the group in American Sign Language. 

About the Facilitator

Shane Greene is a recovery coach with the Turning Point Center of Chittenden County. He wants to support the deaf and hard of hearing community with recovery resources. He’ll be leading virtual recovery groups for the deaf and hard of hearing community starting in July. The groups will be sponsored by Recovery Vermont and will welcome anyone interested in recovery. All paths to recovery will be supported without judgment.

BIPOC Recovery Group

1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month
7-8 pm 
Zoom

A free, all pathways to recovery virtual recovery group for self-identified Black, Indigenous, and People of Color will be held the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month via Zoom from 7-8pm beginning July 22nd. Recovery Coach Jr Layne will facilitate. 

This Recovery Group will be held on Zoom. 

This group is led by a hearing coach. If you would like to attend this group and are in need of an ASL interpreter, please contact Audrey at: audrey@recoveryvermont.org.  

If you have questions, please call or text Jr at 603.313.5596. Click the button below to join at the scheduled time. 

About the Facilitator

Jr is a Recovery Coach with the Turning Point Center of Springfield. Having recovered from 35 yrs of untreated Substance Use Disorder and negatively impacted by incarceration and the current judicial system, Jr has now devoted his career to helping others who have SUD overcome their disease by using peer based methods as well as restorative, or transformative,  justice principles and practices. Jr gets the most fulfillment doing direct service work but is also highly involved with the work being done behind the scenes reforming our current justice system by developing empathy from and bringing awareness to communities throughout Windham and Windsor counties VT.

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LGBTQ+ Recovery Group

2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month
7-8 pm 
Zoom

An open discussion recovery group for the LGBTQ and questioning members of our community who are on all pathways to recovery from substance use disorders. This group is for anyone who has suffered from addiction to a substance and/or has been affected by the disease of addiction, which includes family and loved ones.  We strive for progress to find healthy coping skills to support us in our health, home, purpose and community.  We share our experiences to help ourselves to become honest, open-minded, and willing. The group will be held the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month via Zoom from 7-8pm beginning July 30th. Recovery Coach Liam Reynolds will facilitate. This Recovery Group will be held on Zoom.

This group is led by a hearing coach. If you would like to attend this group and are in need of an ASL interpreter, please contact Audrey at:  audrey@recoveryvermont.org.  

If you have questions please email Liam at: liam.reynolds@ncvrc.com Click the button below to join at the scheduled time. 

About the Facilitator

Liam is an Emergency Department Recovery Coach at Copley Hospital through North Central Vermont Recovery Center. A large part of his own recovery from substance use is helping others. He uses a meet-them-where-they’re-at approach, understanding that everyone’s journey to recovery and their chosen pathway is unique.  

CONTACT US

Recovery Vermont
A program of VAMHAR
100 State Street, Suite 352

Montpelier, VT 05602
(802) 223-6263