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Welcome to the
Upper Valley Turning Point

The Upper Valley Turning Point is a community center for people in recovery from addiction and addictive behavior. Located off Route 5 at the Wilder/Norwich border in eastern-central Vermont, the Turning Point provides a safe, substance-free environment populated by people in recovery who offer peer support seven days a week at no cost to the consumer.

The Upper Valley Turning Point functions as:

• a staffed drop-in center
• a meeting location for a variety of recovery groups
• a place for substance-free recreation and fellowship
• an information and referral resource
• a resource for education and community support

Kitchen of the Upper Valley Turning Point Club
“What we have at the Turning Point, where people are sober, they are our peers.
They’re people who can identify with us.” -Linda

Pool Table at Upper Valley Turning Point Club

The Upper Valley Turning Point facilities include:

• large and small meeting rooms
• lounge area
• library with recovery and general-interest reading and audio visual materials
• public access computers
• wi-fi
• television
• pool table
• a full kitchen

Recovery groups holding meetings
at the Turning Point include:

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Al Anon Family Groups (Alanon)

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

Overeaters Anonymous (OA)

Dual Recovery Anonymous (DRA)

Dartmouth Hitchcock Intensive Outpatient Program Alumni (IOP)

Meeting Room at the Upper Valley Turning Point Club

Worried Mother At Turning Point Club

Wit’s End is for family members challenged by the substance abuse, addiction or addictive behavior of an adolescent or young adult.

Making Change is a facilitated support group for high school-aged young people who are considering, or are committed to, recovery from alcohol or other drug dependency.

The Upper Valley Turning Point
is inclusive.

We recognize that there are many paths to recovery, and we welcome inquiries
from recovery groups of all types.

The Upper Valley Turning Point served as the model for the Vermont Recovery Centers Network, which was established in 2002 and currently includes eleven recovery centers operating throughout the State. After consultation with Vermont, New York State opened its own Recovery Centers Network in 2007.

Turning Point Club is Inclusive

Second Wind Foundation
200 Olcott Drive • White River Junction, VT 05001
(802) 295-5206