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Our Parents in Recovery program strives to offer anyone in a parenting role the hope, help, and support that they need to succeed in recovery.  We help families flourish by providing ways to connect with an individualized support system, creating opportunities that bridge the gaps between other organizations, fostering positive relationships, and most importantly giving parents a safe place to come to without judgement, stigma, or shame so often linked to addictions.

Ways We Can Help:

Resource Navigation & Referrals

Financial Assistance

Vouchers for Necessities

Support Groups

Recovery Coaching

Health & Wellness Services

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Jenna's House, located in Johnson, VT


The playground at Jenna's House

The Parents in Recovery Support Program is a groundbreaking suite of services tailored to the specific needs of parents, and those in parenting roles, in need of support through their journey in recovery from Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) as well as their families. This includes offering weekly peer-support meetings, one-on-one recovery coaching, workshops,

help with navigation of community resources, childcare, transportation assistance and more.

The program is located at Jenna’s House in Johnson, which is the home of a new community center and recovery center satellite facility in partnership with Jenna’s Promise. With custom space in the recovery center designed and built to support women, children, and families and the broad range of services the recovery center offers, the recovery center at Jenna’s House will offer program participants many additional benefits including access to NCVRC’s health & wellness programs with classes and workshops such as yoga, reiki, and self-defense as well as a brand new fitness center.

We're Here For You! 

Contact Our Parents In Recovery Support Program Coordinator









Crystal Bolio



Thank you for reaching out! We will be in touch as soon as possible!

North Central Vermont Recovery Center

Jenna's Promise

A Collaboration for Recovery

Don't give up hope! 
Starting the path to recovery is only a visit, phone call, or email away! 
The Parents in Recovery in Recovery Support Program is made possible in part by generous contributions from:
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