Upper Valley Turning Point
We are a community center for people in recovery from substance use disorder and other addictive behavior. Located off Route 5 at the Wilder/Norwich border in eastern-central Vermont, we provide a safe, substance-free environment. Peer support is available seven days a week at no cost to members and visitors.
All are welcome.
We offer two transitional residences—Willow Grove, for women and Jack's House for men. We provide a supportive transitional residence for people who are in the early stages of recovery from substance use disorder. Each residence offers family-style, substance-free housing for residents who work or volunteer and pay a modest fee for services.
We offer peer support, because of its effectiveness, affordability, and sustainability. Our efforts are inclusive. We support a variety of recovery services by filling the gaps among existing programs as well as providing our own.
We foster an environment in which people with substance use disorder are accepted, treated, and supported as any other patient, whether in a hospital, workplace, neighborhood or home.
ALL ARE WELCOME.
There are no fees to pay and no applications to complete. The only requirement to be a part of this community is to be a person engaged in or seeking recovery. Friends are welcome too.
Get the support you need. Join us.