Turning Point Center
Turning Point is a non-profit organization and is one of twelve recovery centers in Vermont under the Vermont Recovery Network.
The mission of the Turning Point Center is to provide a supportive, safe, substance-free space, and to work to meet the needs of the recovery community in Rutland.
Turning Point's staff and volunteers are people in recovery who share their experience, strength, and hope to help others in their recovery process. The Turning Point is a place to find information about recovery and substance abuse services in a drug and alcohol free environment. We off one-one peer Recovery Coaching, SMART Recovery Certificate Groups, and activities such as Game night and Open Mic night. People with experience in recovery help visitors establish connections, which often leads to employment, stable housing, and other needed services.
Tax Exempt # 450-51425091F-01
Turning Point Prides itself on the caring and understanding way we support our Recovery Community here in Rutland County. This makes Turning Point th center of Our community who struggles, and just needs to talk to someone who's been through it. "We all have these experiences, some more than others, but we know how it feels to have to ask for clothes, and shoes to wear. Some of us have a struggle with something which is controlling our lives and has affected our critical thinking." says Nick Bania, volunteer, and SMART Recover Group facilitator, "Just having an ear is sometimes, all we need."
"If not all, then most individuals in the area have been impacted by addiction in one form or another. There have been a lot of positive changes recently, there are still, many people in the grips of addiction. Once these folks make the decision to become abstinent, they need somewhere to go, resources, sober support, and structure." relates Tracie Hauck, Executive Director of Turning Point Center RutlandI
Tracie, Tonya, Donald, Judy, Mary Jane, Marsha, Shaina and Nick are here to listen to you, we all come various backgrounds and have one thing in common. We let substances control our lives until we made the conscious decision to Change that. And change we did and do on a daily basis.
141 State Street, Rutland, VT 05701, US
Monday - Friday: 9:30am -7:00 pm
Saturday: Only Open for AA at Noon
Sunday: Only Open for both
12 Step Meetings;
AA @ Noon and
NA @ 7:00-8:00 pm