The search for the best rehab centers across the nation now brings us to Vermont. These drug rehab centers in Vermont are unique in their approaches to substance abuse treatment and offer services like work-centered therapy, treatment specific to the LGBT community and yoga instruction. In order to rate the centers, we took into account criteria like staff, food and nutrition, overall experience, and effectiveness and, after ranking and filtering the list, now present the 10 best rehabs in Vermont.
Community Care Network is a center for health services and provides a great variety of services including those for substance abuse. Recovery care begins with substance abuse assessment and referral; individuals can choose to participate in the facility’s intensive outpatient treatment program which is based on the 12 step program and includes different therapies. Community Care Network also offers an aftercare program.
Part of the Recovery House program, Grace House is a 12 bed sober living and therapeutic home for those who have completed residential treatment. Prospective residents go through a rigorous application and interview process before being accepted into the house. During their 90 day stay, residents find jobs and attend 12 step meetings.
Since 1834, Brattleboro Retreat has been helping individuals in their search for recovery and lasting sobriety. Their specialized programs include those specific to the LGBT community, children, adolescents and adults. Treatment options include both residential and outpatient.
Spring Lake Ranch is a unique organization in that its recovery program includes work-centered therapy on a working farm. Residents will participate in caring for the animals, working in the vegetable and flower gardens, cooking in the kitchen, working with lumber, and participating in anything else needed to keep the ranch running throughout the year.
Upper Valley Turning Point is a community center for individuals seeking recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. They offer a safe place where recovery groups can meet and where individuals can find support. Their program “Wit’s End” is for family members struggling with the substance abuse of an adolescent or young adult and program “Making Change” serves teens 14-18.
Phoebe Putney Health Services offers a behavioral health clinic where individuals seeking recovery from drug and alcohol addictions can participate in outpatient and inpatient treatment as well as support groups. Their Structured Outpatient Program an inordinate amount of care in a relatively short amount of time.
Serenity House is a residential treatment facility for men and women where individuals can find recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. They offer detoxification services, medical consultation, individual and group therapy, self-help groups and aftercare planning. Nurses and physicians are on-call 24 hours a day.
Through their varied programs, Northeast Kingdom Human Services seeks to assist in making communities better places to live for all individuals. They offer outpatient mental health and substance abuse programs which are staffed by clinicians, social workers, psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners and psychologists.
The St. Johnsbury Center for Well Being is a private practice where it is the philosophy that “real problems need real solutions.” The clinic offers, among other services, individual counseling, psychotherapy, court mandated DWI and probation referrals, neurofeedback and yoga instruction.
Treatment Associates, Inc. is a substance abuse treatment center that specializes in Medical-Assisted Therapy (MAT). They use Suboxone as their primary form of treatment for opioid addiction and also offer counseling, DUI license reinstatement counseling and psychiatric and mental health therapy.