Meetings & Groups 

MONDAYS:

6:00 PM Refuge Recovery: An open meeting offering a simple, non-theistic approach to healing and awakening based on the principles of Buddhism and meditation. All, are welcome.

7 PM Families Anonymous (FA): A meeting for individuals concerned about loved ones who are involved in substance abuse related addictive behaviors. Open discussion meeting based on the 12 Steps of Families Anonymous.

 

TUESDAYS:

 

10 AM Healing Path Yoga: Research shows that yoga, meditation, and mindfulness are powerful tools for recovery. Whether you are struggling with addiction, grief, PTSD, or depression and anxiety, come and find out how yoga can help you navigate these challenges. This class will be gentle to moderate and will focus on the ancient philosophy of yoga as a healing tool. Held at SNAP Fitness. 

 

6 PM As Bill Sees It (AA): An open meeting about the trials and miracles of alcoholism. The Chairperson reads the daily reading from a book called “As Bill Sees It" and the group opens for discussion on the reading.

 

WEDNESDAYS:

 

12 PM SMART Recovery: SMART (Self Management And Recovery Training) uses a 4-point program; Building and maintaining motivation, Coping with urges, Managing thoughts, feelings and behaviors, & Living a balanced life.  SMART Recovery encourages a holistic approach, with the goal being to achieve a healthy and balanced lifestyle.  Discover the power of choice!

2 PM Refuge Recovery: An open meeting offering a simple, non-theistic approach to healing and awakening based on the principles of Buddhism and meditation. All, are welcome.

6:30 PM Al-Anon Family Group: A place for friends and family members of problem drinkers to share their experiences and learn how to apply the principles of the Al-Anon program to their individual experiences.

7 PM Beginner's Meeting (AA): A meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous focusing on the first 3 Steps, sponsorship and slogans.  This meeting frequently has a speaker sharing what it was like, what happened, and how it is now.

 

THURSDAYS:

 

10 AM Healing Path Yoga: Research shows that yoga, meditation, and mindfulness are powerful tools for recovery. Whether you are struggling with addiction, grief, PTSD, or depression and anxiety, come and find out how yoga can help you navigate these challenges. This class will be gentle to moderate and will focus on the ancient philosophy of yoga as a healing tool. Held at SNAP Fitness.

4 PM All-Recovery: An open conversation-style meeting welcoming individuals on all pathways to recovery from substances and addictive behaviors.

5:30 PM AcuDetox: Ear Acupuncture helps to alleviate symptoms of stress and anxiety, improve sleep, reduce cravings, and ease withdrawal from various substances including tobacco and alcohol.

7 PM Narcotics Anonymous (NA): Narcotics Anonymous.

 

FRIDAYS:

 

12:30 PM Big Book Study (AA): Big Book meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous.

7 PM Women's Group (AA): Now an open meeting. A discussion meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous for Women.  

 

 

SATURDAYS:

10 AM Healing Path Yoga: Research shows that yoga, meditation, and mindfulness are powerful tools for recovery. Whether you are struggling with addiction, grief, PTSD, or depression and anxiety, come and find out how yoga can help you navigate these challenges. This class will be gentle to moderate and will focus on the ancient philosophy of yoga as a healing tool. Held at SNAP Fitness. 

 

10 AM Steps to Food Freedom (Overeaters Anonymous): The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop eating compulsively. OA Does not weigh members, sign them up, monitor their eating habits or keep tabs on them in any way. The important thing is to keep coming back and work the program with others.

11 AM Reiki for Recovery: On the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of every month. Reiki is an excellent tool to aid the process of recovery! Reiki can help ease the discomfort of the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual symptoms experienced in early recovery.  Addiction affects all of us; whether it’s ourselves, our friends and families, or the whole community. Free and open to the public. Donations appreciated and go to support NCVRC. Offered by the Vermont Reiki Association.

1:30 PM Music Jam Sessions: On the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month. See our schedule for details. Do you love music? Do you sing or play an instrument? Come join other musicians in an open jam session in the community room at the recovery center. Even if you don't sing or play, you can come listen! This is a fun, social activity that will be held several Saturdays a month. Song sheets will be provided but if you have ideas on what you'd like to play or sing, feel free to come with ideas!

 

SUNDAYS:

 

1 PM on Sundays for Food, Fellowship and Football! 

6 PM Open Discussion (AA): An open-discussion meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous.

 

WORKSHOPS & EVENTS

Would you like to take yoga classes to support your recovery? You can come to the recovery center to get a voucher and attend any of two yoga classes offered each week for free. 

Try our other health & wellness offerings at the Recovery Center and off-site!

We have a number of healing arts groups incorporating many mediums from the visual arts to writing workshops to music! Join us!

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Community Health Services of Lamoille Valley partners with Vermont Quit Partners, 802Quits, and North Central Vermont Recovery Center for a free, 4-week workshop series to help you set up a plan and succeed in being tobacco-free. 
 

If you complete all four classes you will receive a $25.00 gift card to Hannaford!

 

Are you interested in signing up? Give us a call or stop by to let us know.

The next workshops will start when we have at least five people signed up.  

802-851-8120

275 Brooklyn Street, #2

Morrisville, VT 05661

Monday-Friday: 9 am - 6 pm

Saturday: 10 am - 4 pm

Sunday: 11 am - 4 pm

All of our support and services are provided FREE OF CHARGE

NCVRC IS A SAFE, WELCOMING, SUBSTANCE-FREE SPACE. Please feel free to visit us any time during our open hours, regardless of whether or not there is a meeting or group going on. We welcome you to a judgment-free place to take refuge from your triggers and stress of daily life.  

We are open every day of the year

North Central Vermont Recovery Center

275 Brooklyn Street, Suite 2

Morrisville, VT 05661

802-851-8120

Recovery@ncvrc.com

© 2019 by NCVRC