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BAART Programs – Newport

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475 Union Street, Newport, Vermont, 5855
Online Reviews: A+
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The Newport location of BAART Behavioral Health is a medication-assisted treatment facility that offers services specifically to adult men and women suffering from opioid withdrawal symptoms. The medications clients may be prescribed here include methadone, Suboxone, and Vivitrol. Treatment plans available through this facility also include services such as individual therapy, goal-setting, coping skill development, group therapy, recovery journaling, gardening, recovery coaching, case management, and relapse prevention training. Though BAART does emphasize treating withdrawal through FDA-approved medication doses, they also believe that clients need more than just medication in order to fully recover from addiction. By offering programs that are more intensive and have several different available services, clients are provided with well-rounded services that have long-lasting effects.

Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient


Spring Lake Ranch

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1169 Spring Lake Road, Shrewsbury, Vermont, 5738
Online Reviews: A
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Inpatient drug rehab programs at Spring Lake Ranch are provided to men and women who struggle with drug abuse and require an organized, structured daily schedule. Though clinical and evidence-based therapies are used to treat the core issues causing substance use, clients are also encouraged to recover through experience. This means that each individual will participate in services and daily activities that require them to move their entire body, focus on chores or tasks at hand, and work with one another to get these tasks done. Not only does this teach responsibility, but it also holds each individual accountable for taking that active role and putting effort into working towards recovery. The length of stay here depends on the client, but in general, this is a longer-term treatment facility in which clients are able to take their time when it comes to healing. Experiential therapies and work-centric services are broken down into crews: farm crew, wood crew, garden crew, and shop crew. Each group has their own responsibilities, but all of the groups work in tandem to create the healing environment of Spring Lake Ranch.

Levels of Care
Aftercare, Residential Treatment


Northeast Kingdom Human Services

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2225 Portland Street, Saint Johnsbury, Vermont, 5819
Online Reviews: B+
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Northeast Kingdom Human Services takes a whole-person approach to addiction treatments where a comprehensive combination of services are used together in order to address the body, mind, and spirit. Each client will work closely with a licensed counselor and other members of a hand-picked treatment team to ensure that all services are effective and that the individual is being taken care of. There are age-specific programs for adults and adolescents, as well as gender-specific groups and a whole host of other options available. Substance abuse treatment is not a one size fits all process. This can make the diagnosing and treating of these disorders difficult, but with continued work and evaluation, clients of Northeast Kingdom Human Services will receive only the most effective programs available.

Levels of Care
IOP, MAT, Outpatient

Editorial Note
Northeast Kingdom Human Services is not accredited by CARF or the Joint Commission, however, we have included it here because of the reviews this facility received on Google as well as their list of services made available to men, women, and children in Vermont.


Lund Family Center – South Burlington

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50 Joy Drive, South Burlington, Vermont, 5403
Online Reviews: B+
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The Lund Family Center categorizes themselves as a wrap-around family service provider, meaning that they work with every individual in the family unit that needs to be addressed. While the individual suffering from substance abuse is receiving treatment services specific to them, their family members and loved ones will also participate in services like family therapy, addiction education, and support groups. The Lund Family Center understands that substance abuse affects everyone who is touched by the person using substances, so it is important that each person has access to support. All individuals participating in treatment will be evaluated. Other services include residential programs for moms with young children or pregnant women, outpatient programs for young parents, education, and family support programs. Residents remain at the Lund Family Center for as long as is necessary, and they will be provided with 24-hour care, shared living spaces, nutritional meals, and childcare services while the moms are in treatment.

Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient, Residential Treatment

Editorial Note
The Lund Family Center is another Vermont rehab facility that is not accredited. It has decent reviews and a lot of necessary services, which is why we have included it in our list of the best recovery centers for Vermont.


Howard Center – Chittenden Clinic

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75 San Remo Drive, South Burlington, Vermont, 5403
Online Reviews: B
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The Howard Center works with men, women, children, and anyone in between who requires help with their addiction recovery journey. The Chittenden Clinic location provides outpatient MAT services to adults who may be struggling from the withdrawal symptoms that are often associated with opiates and addiction to these substances. Clients will have access to medications like methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone. The Chittenden Clinic does provide medical services as well as case management, individual therapy, group therapy, and psychiatric care. The Howard Center has many different locations that provide various programs and services, so once clients have completed withdrawal management through the Chittenden Clinic, they may receive a referral to another one of these locations in order to receive a more comprehensive, focused treatment program.

Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient


Counseling Service of Addison County

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89 Main Street, Middlebury, Vermont, 5753
Online Reviews: C
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As a community-based healthcare provider, the Counseling Service of Addison County makes alcohol and drug treatment and counseling programs available to Vermont residents. Clients will have access to crisis services in case of an emergency. This treatment center also utilizes services such as 12-step support groups in the community, individual counseling, family programs, gender-specific services, community rehabilitation, dialectical behavior therapy, case management, and more. As a non-profit organization, Counseling Service of Addison County will not deny emergency services to individuals who need them, regardless of their financial situation. This program does accept self-pay based on a sliding fee scale, private health insurance, and Medicaid.

Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient

Editorial Note
Counseling Service of Addison County is not accredited by the Joint Commission or CARF, but they are an important provider of services to Vermont residents. Despite their lack of accreditations, we have included them because of their services and decent reviews on Google.


Brattleboro Retreat

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1 Anna Marsh Lane, Brattleboro, Vermont, 5302
Online Reviews: C
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Brattleboro Retreat really prioritizes patient-centric drug and alcohol treatment while still incorporating the necessary clinical therapies that are proven to be effective in treating these disorders. Though all programs are totally individualized to the client, overall wellness is the same goal. Their services are also provided through a team approach, meaning that clients will not work with just one clinician or one member of the treatment team. Clients will work with a multidisciplinary group as well as their peers. Brattleboro Retreat is able to provide services to adults, young adults, adolescents, and children depending on the location and services available there, and they do also offer virtual treatment options to ensure that every person who needs help is able to receive it in a comfortable setting.

Levels of Care
IOP, MAT, PHP, Residential Treatment


Recovery House – Serenity House

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98 Church Street, Wallingford, Vermont, 5773
Online Reviews: C
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Serenity House is a Vermont drug addiction treatment provider that is able to help their clients from the very beginning of their recovery journey all the way through until the client feels confident that they can continue that journey on their own. All individuals seeking help through this program will begin with an assessment, and they may be required to participate in the 24-hour supervised detoxification program before they can officially plan and participate in their residential program. Along with eveidnce-based services, each client may also participate in individual therapy, group therapy, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, support groups, and community services. The goal here is to give each individual a safe and healing environment where they are able to focus on recovery and heal before having to also deal with outside responsibilities.

Levels of Care
Detox, MAT, Residential Treatment

Editorial Note
Recovery House is not accredited, but they have decent reviews on Google and provide a safe living space for adult men and women who need 24-hour support.


White River Junction VA Medical Center

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215 North Main Street Unit 116-A, White River Junction, Vermont, 5009
Online Reviews: NA
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White River Junction is a veterans clinic, providing primary healthcare services as well as a drug and alcohol rehab program. Most veterans do require specific services that also account for injuries and traumas sustained while in combat or in active duty, and this facility is also more financially acceptable for a lot of veterans and their family members who receive benefits for services specific to this program. Veterans suffering from drug use or alcohol addiction will be able to participate in housing support services, employment assistance, job training, therapy, nutritional guidance, medication management, and they may also receive primary healthcare services as well.

Levels of Care
Aftercare, Detox, MAT, Outpatient

Editorial Note
This facility does not have enough reviews of Google for us to provide them with an unbiased review score, but they are accredited by both of our trusted organizations which is why we have included White River Junction in this list.


Standards For Inclusion

Each addiction treatment center on this page has: (a) The Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission for addiction services, CARF Accreditation, and/or has been verified by SAMHSA (b) Composite online review score of 2.8/5 stars or better, (c) Robust substance abuse treatment programs.

We assign letter grades to each center based on their cumulative online review ratings:

  • A = 4.3 – 5 Stars
  • B = 3.5 – 4.2 Stars
  • C = 2.6 – 3.4 Stars
  • D = 2 – 2.5 Stars
  • F = 2 Stars

Vermont Addiction Recovery Support

  • Alcoholics Anonymous Vermont: This website gives Vermont residents access to 12-step AA meetings across this state. They also have access to community events and other helpful resources for alcohol addiction.

    Narcotics Anonymous Vermont: 12-step NA meetings are often critical when it comes to treating drug abuse and maintaining long-term abstinence. This website provides access to meeting times and locations across the state, as well as other resources and information that may be necessary.