Turning Point of Franklin County


We are currently open for meetings, and Peer support, our Staff is working both in person and remotely at the moment.  If you have any questions; please don’t hesitate to call or email!

You can find our new zoom meetings under our Resources Tab, simply drop down to the zoom tab.

You can reach the staff at the following new numbers:

The Center – Karen (802) 782-8454
Maria (802) 782-7225

Turning Point of Franklin County is a community center for people in recovery from alcohol and substance abuse, addiction and addictive behaviors. Located in St. Albans, Vermont, the Turning Point provides a safe, substance-free environment populated by people in recovery who offer peer support at no cost.

The Turning Point recovery center is founded on true non-denominational spiritual healing and compassion. We hope our outlook will cause ripples of positive social change throughout our community, improving and evaluating the lives of all the people of the Franklin County area.

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

Vermont Recovery Network (VRN) is a group of twelve recovery centers throughout the state. The first center was open in White River Jct. in 1996. Our center was the eleventh in the state when it opened in 2011. Although we are all separate 501(c)(3) non-profit entities we benefit by working together as a network. Other locations can be found at the Network website: www.vtrecoverynetwork.org

*Turning Point is not affiliated with Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous or any other addiction fellowship or organization.

The Turning Point of Franklin County is now a recipient of the SMILE.AMAZON.COM charity! Please consider selecting our non-profit and supporting your center.
Thanks in advance!

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Friday at the Point,12:00 AA meeting There is a Solution.7pm New Creation Christian Fellowship.Peer Recovery Support 9:30-3 ... See MoreSee Less
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Officer Victor Hinojosa receives a fist bump while waiting with an intoxicated person for their ride home. A concerned community member observed them walk unsteadily and fall down several times while walking on School Street. We were able to check their welfare, offer services, and get them in touch with a loved one to care for them.This is our preferred outcome when interacting with persons incapacitated by alcohol: conversation, offers of assistance, and a safe place to go.Our partnerships with the area entities below give us alternatives to the criminal justice system for many of our interactions involving those with substance abuse or mental health challenges:Washington County Mental Healthwww.wcmhs.org/Vermont Care Partners/Team Two Vermontvermontcarepartners.org/team-two-2/Turning Point Addiction Recoverywww.tpccv.org/Central Vermont Substance Abuse Servicesvtaddictionservices.org/members/central-vermont-substance-abuse-services-cvsas/Washington County Diversionwcdp-vt.org/Montpelier Community Justice Centerwww.montpelier-vt.org/371/Community-Justice-CenterThe Lighthouse Detox FacilityProject Safe CatchMany thanks to these and other partners who provide resources to help those struggling in our community. ... See MoreSee Less
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Thursday @ The Enosburg Point 10am-Coffee and Connect Noon-AA Hybrid zoom.us/j/4738981611:30pm-Crossroads ... See MoreSee Less
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