Employment- We are currently hiring!

Come grow with us! The Vermont Recovery Network is one of the nation’s premier statewide peer-recovery systems.  A true statewide network, we serve to provide advocacy and awareness, technical training, professional development, fundraising initiatives and more – all of which directly support the staff, volunteers, and most importantly, the guests at each of Vermont’s regional, peer-based recovery community centers.

The VRN seeks experienced applicants for both an Assistant Director of Operations and an Administrative Assistant.

Eager, solution-focused, mission-minded, team-oriented, individuals with a background in non-profit management are encouraged to apply!

We value lived experience – YOUR RECOVERY IS WELCOME HERE!

Detailed cover letters with accompanying resumes may be emailed to fawn@vtrecoverynetwork.org or sent via mail to:

Vermont Recovery Network

PO Box 244

Montpelier, VT 05601

Applications will be accepted through Friday, November 15, 2019.

 

News & Events

Governor Phil Scott’s Opioid Coordination Council 2019 Governor’s Opioid Coordination Council

Data from the Surgeon General Report 2016 Surgeon General Report

For the first time Recovery is represented in this report: It covers Recovery Definitions, Values and Controversies, Perspectives of those in Recovery, Number of people in recovery, What a Recovery Oriented system of care is, Recovery supports, coaching, Housing, Education and management. Read more.

Writers for Recovery is a series of writing workshops focused on stories of addiction and recovery. Participants write about their personal stories of struggle, perseverance, moments of doubt and inspiration and the slow but steady work of renewal and healing from addiction.

Subscribe to Writers for Recovery on iTunes.

Learn More about Writers for Recovery

Writers for Recovery is produced by Bess O’Brien at Kingdom County Productions and Creative Director Gary Miller. For information and to book a writing workshop please visit the Writers for Recovery website or email Bess.

Produced by Erica Heilman. For more about Erica and to hear her own podcasts visit Rumble Strip on the web.

 

 

 

 

 

Candle light vigil in Brattleboro, VT

Turning Point Center of Bennington County in Bennington, VT is here for our recovery community and family and friends affected by the disease of addiction.

The Addiction Recovery Channel with Ed Baker

 

Recovery Day February 6th 2019

Check out this upcoming event 2/19/2019- We hope to see you there!!

Amazon Studios, in collaboration with Vermont Recovery Network and community groups around the country, is pleased to invite you to a free screening of the award- winning film Beautiful Boy. The screening is on February 19th and is followed by a livestream Q & A with the film’s subjects and authors David and Nic Sheff. The Montpelier screening will take place at the FGB Theaters – Capitol Showplace and across the country in 20 cities as part of a national day of awareness to highlight the need to de-stigmatize addiction, support people in recovery, and highlight the importance for community engagement and solidarity in the face of our nation’s opiate crisis.

BEAUTIFUL BOY MONTPELIER SCREENING FGB Theaters –

Capitol Showplace 93 State St- Montpelier, VT. 05602

7:00pm – 7:30pm: Seating

7:30pm – 9:30pm: Movie

9:30pm – 10:00pm: Q&A livestream with Nic and David Sheff

10:00pm: Event Wraps

There are 125 free seats to be reserved on a first come first serve basis. Each guest will receive one small popcorn and a beverage.

Vermont Recovery Network’s guests are requested to RSVP by e-mailing you first and last name to- MontpelierBeautifulBoy@ShelterPR.com

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at the screening!