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The Upper Valley Turning Point is open for meetings of up to 20 people.  

We will update the website immediately if we are required by the State of Vermont to close again.  

Please see the schedule below for inperson meetings (with the door icon)

or for Zoom meetings 

(those are highlighted and you only need to click the meeting/time and you will be directed to the online room.)


ALSO!  Tuesday and Sunday Twin State have found an indoors home to have meetings in person for the winter.  

 

Tuesday Twin State AA  6:30pm

&

Sunday Twin State AA 7:30 pm

meet at the Engine Room, 188 South Main Street, Downtown White River Junction, VT.  


Please visit the center or safely ZOOM to a meeting using your computer or phone. 
 
If you are having a hard time getting connected please call the Turning Point at 802-295-5206. 
We are here to help you.
MEETINGS WITH A ZOOM OR CALL IN OPTION are highlighted 

simply click on the meeting/time and you will be directed to the meeting room

 

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

9:30 AM

AA (O)

9:00 AM

AA (C)

8:30 AM

Recovery Dharma

8:30 AM 

OA

9:00 AM

AA (C)

 

8:30 AM

OA

CALL FOR INFO

 

8:30 AM

Al-Anon

11:00 AM

AA (C)


NOON AA

BIG BOOK

MEETING

NOON AA

STEP

MEETING

 

NOON AA

DAILY REFLECTIONS

MEETING

NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS NOON 

NOON AA

3 & 11

MEETING

 

 

AA

sunday noon parking lot group

12PM

 

6:00 PM

Wit's End

CALL THE TURNING POINT AT 802-295-5206 FOR MORE INFORMATION


IN PERSON  (EXCEPT THE SECOND MONDAY OF THE MONTH DRA MEETS ON ZOOM)

6:30 PM​

DRA 

(DUAL RECOVERY ANONYMOUS FOR PEOPLE WITH A       CO-CCURING MENTAL HEALTH DISORDER)

5:30 PM

AA (C) Men's Group

 

12:00 PM

AA (O)


HYBRID MEETING

5:30 PM

All Recovery


 

6:00 PM

AA Freethinkers (C)


 

12:00 PM

AA (C)


6:30 PM​

DRA 

(DUAL RECOVERY ANONYMOUS FOR PEOPLE WITH a CO-OCCURING MENTAL HEALTH DISORDER)

 

 

 

7:00 PM

Al-Anon

pw:2020

 

8:00 PM

AA (O)LGBTQ

 

 

7pm friday night alanon

pw:2020


8:00 PM   AA (C) in person

CAMP FIRE MEETING

 

   

 

 


OTHER RECOVERY SUPPORTS

 

   https://www.uppervalleyaa.com/

(Great resource for local Alcholics Anonymous online!)

https://www.aahomegroup.org/

(OPEN meetings at AA Home Group every hour just click on the link above!)

http://aa-intergroup.org/directory.php
https://www.intherooms.com/home/
https://neveraloneclub.org/
https://virtual-na.org/
https://www.smartrecovery.org/smart-recovery-toolbox/smart-recovery-online/
https://oa.org/find-a-meeting/?type=1
https://recoverydharma.online/
https://recoverydharma.org/online-meetings
https://refugerecovery.org/meetings?tsml-day=any&tsml-region=online-english

https://al-anon.org/al-anon-meetings/electronic-meetings/

Treatment/Recovery Supports
Vermont Department of Health (listing of Detox, Treatment, and Recovery services by county)
Vermont Attorney General's Opioids Project
Vermont Recovery Network (Recovery Centers, data, and stories of recovery)
PEAR Vermont (Prevention Education Advocacy Recovery)/VAMHAR (VT Association for Mental Health & Addiction Recovery) 
Vermont Cares
Google's Recovery Resource Hub
Recover Together with Google 

Vermont Recovery Centers
Turning Point Center Of Addison County
Turning Point Center of Chittenden County
Turning Point Center of Central Vermont
Turning Point Center of Rutland
Turning Point Recovery Center of Springfield
Turning Point of Windham County Recovery Center
Upper Valley Turning Point
Turning Point Center of Franklin County
Journey to Recovery Community Center
Turning Point Center of Bennington County
North Central Vermont Recovery Center
Kingdom Recovery Center

 


Recovery Groups that hold meetings at the Turning Point: 

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Al-Anon Family Groups (Alanon)

All Recovery Group

Dual Recovery Anonymous (DRA, co-occurring disorders)

Narcotics Anonymous Green Mountain Area

Overeaters Anonymous (OA)

Recovery Dharma (Mindfulness Meditation for Recoverees)

Wit's End (support for parents who are concerned about their child's substance use).

 

OTHER HELPFUL CONTACT INFORMATION:

Upper Valley AA Meetings, courtesy of  NH District 21 and VT District 5

New Hampshire AA

Area 43 New Hampshire AA

Vermont AA  (district 70)

AA General Service Office, New York

 Narcotics Anonymous World Service (NA)

Food Addicts Anonymous (FA)

District 21 New Hampshire AA Answering Service  (800) 593-3330

District 5 Vermont AA Answering Service - (802) 295-7611



Wit's End is a support group for parents challenged by the substance abuse, addiction or addictive behavior of an adolescent or young adult, or adult child.  Other family members or loved ones are welcome to attend.

 

All Recovery honors all pathways to recovery, acknowledging that each person's path is unique and reflects their personal strengths. The meetings are an opportunity for social support that focuses on the hope and healing found in recovery.  It is our experience that younger people feel more comfortable with the format of All Recovery. Please join us

 


"What we have at the Turning Point, where people are sober, they are our peers. They're people who can identify with us." -Linda

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.  The doors of the Newport recovery center opened in 2015 making a total of 12 recovery centers operating in the state of Vermont.

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