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Central VT Treatment Partners - Quickly connecting people to medication assisted treatment and support

Welcome to Central Vermont Treatment Partners

If you or someone you know is struggling with pain killers or heroin, you’ve come to the right place for confidential, medication assisted treatment and caring support. We are ready to help. Call (802) 371-4875 and we’ll get you in quickly—no waiting lists. Some locations also have walk-in hours.

If you are worried about transportation, work schedule, child care, or other concerns, talk to us—we will find what works for you.

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Treatment Locations

Central Vermont Addiction Medicine
617 Comstock Road
Berlin, VT

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Central Vermont Substance Abuse Services
100 Hospitality Drive
Berlin, VT

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CVMC Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Program
130 Fisher Road
Berlin, VT 

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Gifford Health Center
2418 Airport Road
Berlin, VT

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Gifford Medical Center
44 South Main Street
Randolph, VT

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Kingwood Health Center
1422 VT-66
Randolph, VT

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Treatment Associates
73 Main Street, Suite 27
Montpelier, VT

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Turning Point Center of Central Vermont
489 N Main Street
Barre, VT

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Washington County Mental Health
174 Hospital Loop
Berlin, VT

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Who are the Central Vermont Treatment Partners and how can they help?

We are a partnership of health care professionals throughout Central Vermont who provide judgement-free assistance to people in need of treatment for opioid use disorder. Our goal is to quickly connect you with help to open your door to recovery.

How does medication assisted treatment work?

Medication assisted treatment uses medication in combination with counseling to treat addiction to opioids such as heroin and prescription pain relievers. Using one of three medications—Methadone, Buprenorphine, or Naltrexone—can reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms.

Medications don’t change thoughts, feelings and triggers that can continue addictive behaviors which is why counseling is an essential part of our program.

Who qualifies for treatment?

Anyone who feels like they need help with their opioid use can get help. If medication assisted treatment is not right for you, we will help you find the right treatment and recovery services.

When can I get help?

We are here to help. Call (802) 371-4875 and we’ll get you in quickly—no waiting lists. Some locations also have walk-in hours. At your appointment, we can do an immediate assessment and create a treatment and recovery plan that’s right for you.

How long will it take?

Treatment and recovery are different for everybody. Addiction can affect many parts of your life, so recovery services will take that into account. Reoccurrences can happen, but don’t give up. We are here to help, for as long as it takes.

You can do this. Open your door to recovery today.

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