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Vermont Treatment Centers

Vermont AA Meetings

District 2 Burlington, Vermont AA

AA St. Albans, Franklin County Dist, 1

Northwest Kingdom District 3

Vermont AA Meetings List

Al-Anon Family Groups

Vermont Al-Anon / Alateen

Mental Health Services

Department of Mental Health Vermont

Vermont Association Mental Health Addiction Recovery

Vermont Mental Health Counselors Association

Vermont Federation of Families for Children Mental Health

NAMI Vermont

Anonymous Groups

Green Mountain Area NA

Champlain Valley Area of NA

Vermont District of Cocaine Anonymous

Marijuana Anonymous – Vermont

Sex Addicts Anonymous Vermont

Vermont Council on Problem Gambling

Vermont Helplines

AIDS Hotline – call (800) 882-2437

Women’s Rape Crisis Center – call (802) 864-0555

Vermont Adult Crisis Hotline – call 800-488-6400

Child Abuse Hotline – call 888-SOS-CHILD

Vermont Emergency/Suicide Hotline – 877-485-8874

Vermont Sexual Assault Hotline – call 800-228-7935

Treatment & Detox Guide

Ankle Bracelet Monitors Alcohol Intake

Think of it as a breathalyzer you wear. SCRAM is a relatively new piece of technology, designed to keep people sober. The device is being shown this week to a Nashville audience. A DUI could be enough to scare a driver sober, but one small device will make one stay that way. “Literally, if you….

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Tide turns in favour of drug reform

One hundred years ago, the US convened the International Opium Conference. This meeting of 13 nations in Shanghai was the beginning of global drug prohibition. Prohibition slowly became one of the most universally applied policies in the world. But a century on, international support for this blanket drug policy is slowly but inexorably unravelling. In….

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Expert warns teens and alcohol don’t mix

Tasmanian parents are being warned against allowing their children to drink alcohol. The warning follows a national health insurers’ survey of 1200 adults earlier this year. More than half the Tasmanians interviewed thought it was acceptable for 15 to 17-year-olds to drink at home supervised by their parents. The Director of the Brain and Mind….

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Symptoms of Substance abuse in teenagers

Substance abuse is spreading rapidly around the world and the number of teens who do substance abuse is increasing at an alarming rate. Teenagers are widely using chemical substances for altering their “mood and physical state”. The use of chemical substances beyond the prescribed limit is bound to make the body of the user dependent….

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