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Visit, or dial 2-1-1 for information about health and human service programs, community-based organizations, support groups, and other resources

Vermont 2-1-1 is a free, confidential service available 24/7.




Vermont Recovery Network

The Vermont Recovery Network is a non-profit organization that supports the provision of recovery support services for people who have experienced problems resulting from drug and alcohol use.

(802) 738-8998




Vermont Alcohol & Drug Information Clearinghouse

The Vermont Alcohol and Drug Information Clearinghouse (VADIC) provides communities with informational resources pertaining to substance abuse and at-risk issues.  VADIC is a grant-funded program, and its services are free for Vermonters.

Contact Rita Johnson, Outreach Coordinator for Friends of Recovery-Vermont and VADIC, for more information and to request materials at






Vermont Department of Health

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs (ADAP)

Helping Vermonters to prevent and eliminate the problems caused by alcohol and other drug use.  Working in partnership with state and national public and private organizations, ADAP plans, supports, and evaluates a comprehensive system of services.

Vermont Substance Abuse Treatment/Recovery Directory

(802) 651-1550



Vermont Association for Mental Health & Addiction Recovery

The Vermont Association for Mental Health and Addiction Recovery is a statewide advocacy and education organization that supports all paths to recovery from addiction and mental health conditions.

(802) 223-6263




Prevention Works! 

Prevention Works! is a statewide coalition of community prevention coalitions, coordinating statewide efforts to promote prevention health and wellness to policymakers and communities; build local and statewide capacity for prevention advocacy; establish sustainable funding for prevention, health and wellness; and mobilize advocates to take action to support policies and practices that promote prevention, health and wellness.



United Way

United Way Worldwide is the leadership and support organization for the network of nearly 1,800 community-based United Ways in 45 countries and territories.  We envision a world where all individuals and families achieve their human potential through education, income stability and healthy lives.

To locate your local United Way organization in Vermont, contact the United Way at



The Search Institute

The Search Institute is a national organization focused on discovering what kids need to succeed. For more than 50 years, their research has been dedicated to youth development on and providing resources to parents. The Developmental Assets framework of strengths and supports has become the most widely recognized and most frequently cited approach to positive youth development in the world.

Additionally,  focuses specifically on supporting parents and provides many different ideas about how to support asset building in their child’s life.

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