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Vermont Alcohol Rehab Centers

Finding alcohol addiction treatment in Vermont is an important step on the path to recovery and having knowledge of the available treatment options and payment methods can make the journey to recovery smoother and more accessible. For help or to get started, call to speak with an admissions navigator today.

Alcohol Treatment in Vermont

Adult & Teen Challenge Vermont
1296 Collins Hill Road Johnson, VT 05656
4.6
(3)
Serenity House Inc
98 Church Street Wallingford, VT 05773
3.8
(2)
Brattleboro Retreat
One Anna Marsh Lane, P.O. Box 803 Brattleboro, VT 05301
3.7
(33)
Valley Vista
23 Upper Plain Street Bradford, VT 05033
3.6
(14)
Spring Lake Ranch Therapeutic Community
1169 Spring Lake Road Cuttingsville, VT 05738
2.3
(2)
Healthcare & Rehab Services
390 River Street Springfield, VT 05156
3.3
(1)
Clara Martin Center-Community
39 Fogg Farm Road Wilder, VT 05088
White River Junction VA Medical Center
215 North Main Street White River Junction, VT 05009
Northeast Kingdom Human Services
2225 Portland Street Saint Johnsbury, VT 05819
BAART Programs St. Albans
242 South Main Street Saint Albans, VT 05478
Recovery House Inc
35 Washington Street Rutland, VT 05701
Clara Martin Center
11 North Main Street Randolph, VT 05060
West Ridge Center
1 Scale Avenue Rutland, VT 05701
Northshire UCS
5312 Main Street Manchester Center, VT 05255
Lamoille County Mental Health
72 Harrel Street Morrisville, VT 05661
Counseling Service of Addison County
89 Main Street Middlebury, VT 05753
Health Care & Rehab Services
49 School Street Hartford, VT 05047
University of Vermont Medical Center - 1 South Prospect Street
1 South Prospect Street Burlington, VT 05401
Burlington Lakeside VA Clinic
128 Lakeside Avenue Burlington, VT 05401
Clara Martin Center
1483 Lower Plain Road Bradford, VT 05033
United Counseling Service Of Bennington County
100 Ledge Hill Drive Bennington, VT 05201
Health Care and Rehabilitation Services
1 Hospital Court Bellows Falls, VT 05101
Central Vermont
100 Hospitality Drive Barre, VT 05641
Habit - Brattleboro
16 Town Crier Dr. Brattleboro, VT 05301
Howard Center
855 Pine Street Burlington, VT 05402
Grace Cottage Family Health
185 Grafton Road Townshend, VT 05353
Rutland Mental Health Services
45 Union Street Rutland, VT 05701
Howard Center Chittenden Clinic
75 San Remo Drive South Burlington, VT 05403
BAART Programs Berlin
617 Comstock Road Montpelier, VT 05602
BAART Programs St. Johnsbury
1097 Hospital Drive Saint Johnsbury, VT 05819
Copley Professional Services Group
607 Washington Highway Morrisville, VT 05661
Brattleboro Retreat Starting Now
1 Anna Marsh Lane Brattleboro, VT 05302
Brattleboro Retreat Buprenorphine Clinic
1 Anna Marsh Lane Brattleboro, VT 05302
Brattleboro Retreat Birches PHP/IOP Program
1 Anna Marsh Lane Brattleboro, VT 05301
Health Care And Rehabilitation Services
51 Fairview Street Brattleboro, VT 05301
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Insurance Coverage for Alcoholism Treatment in Vermont

31
Accept Private Insurance
26
Accept Medicare Insurance
30
Accept Medicaid
23
Accept Military Insurance

Alcohol Treatment Center Options in Vermont

27
Total Rehab centers in Vermont
3
Offer Inpatient Rehab
25
Offer Outpatient Rehab
1
Offer Outpatient Detox Rehab

Information About Rehab in Vermont

Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Vermont

Valley Vista

I liked that they have this exercise you have to do with the first step to past. I not only realized a lot about my self but why I did the things I had done. However, I did not like the co-ed.

- Christina
4.3 out of 5
Bradford, VT

Brattleboro Retreat

Staff was professional but warm. Only complaint was little access to exercize and outdoors.

- SA
4.7 out of 5
Brattleboro, VT

Teen Challenge Vermont

Based on bible - Jesus. The word clears the mind.

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Johnson, VT
About Vermont

Nestled in the heart of New England, Vermont, often dubbed the “Green Mountain State,” captivates with its breathtaking landscapes and vibrant community. With a population of around 625,000 people,1 Vermont’s close-knit and friendly atmosphere fosters a sense of belonging. The state’s scenic geography features lush forests, rolling hills, and picturesque lakes, drawing outdoor enthusiasts year-round for activities like hiking, skiing, and maple syrup harvesting.

Rich in culture, Vermont embraces its artistic heritage, evident in its numerous art galleries, craft fairs, and music festivals. Vermonters take pride in their commitment to environmental stewardship, advocating for sustainable practices and preserving the state’s natural beauty. Renowned for its farm-to-table cuisine, Vermont’s culinary scene celebrates local produce, artisanal cheeses, and craft beverages. Whether reveling in the fall foliage, engaging in community events, or savoring the simple joys of life, Vermont offers a welcoming and unforgettable experience for residents and visitors alike.

Alcohol Misuse and Addiction in Vermont

Alcohol misuse and addiction affect Vermont residents across all age groups, presenting a significant concern for the state. According to national data, Vermonters, regardless of age, exhibit higher rates of alcohol consumption compared to the national average.2 With alcohol misuse being prevalent among youth (ages 12-17), young adults (ages 18-25), and adults (ages 26+) alike.2

Between 2017 and 2019, Vermont experienced an annual average prevalence of past-year alcohol use disorder, affecting approximately 41,000 individuals, which accounted for 7.5% of the state’s population.3 This rate surpassed the national average of 5.3%, indicating a concerning disparity in alcohol-related issues within the state.3

Finding Alcohol Addiction Treatment in Vermont

In Vermont, individuals seeking alcohol addiction treatment have access to various levels of care to cater to their unique needs. These levels include detox, inpatient, and outpatient treatment.

  • Detox: Detoxification is often the first step in the treatment process, helping individuals safely manage withdrawal symptoms as their body eliminates alcohol. Medical supervision and support are provided during this critical phase to ensure the individual’s safety and comfort.
  • Inpatient Treatment: Inpatient or residential treatment involves residing at a specialized facility for a designated period, typically 30 days or more. It offers intensive, round-the-clock care, allowing individuals to focus solely on their recovery. Various therapies and counseling sessions are provided to address the underlying causes of addiction and develop coping skills.
  • Outpatient Treatment: Outpatient programs offer more flexibility, allowing individuals to continue living at home while attending treatment sessions during the day or evening. This option suits those with strong support systems and less severe addiction issues.

In addition, different therapies and specialized treatment programs, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), group therapy, family therapy, and holistic approaches, are often offered at these facilities to address the diverse needs of individuals.

In Vermont, there are also options for luxury rehabs, which provide upscale amenities and personalized treatment plans in a serene and comfortable environment. On the other hand, private rehabs offer exclusive and confidential treatment experiences tailored to the individual’s preferences and requirements.

For those seeking alcohol addiction treatment in Vermont, they can use the “find a rehab center” tool to explore local rehab options near them. This valuable resource can assist in identifying nearby treatment centers that align with their specific needs, making the process of finding help more accessible and convenient.

How Much Does Alcohol Rehab Cost?

In many cases, insurance coverage can be a valuable resource to help offset the costs of alcohol addiction treatment in Vermont. Most insurance plans typically provide at least partial coverage for addiction treatment services. However, the extent of coverage can vary depending on the specific insurance provider and the individual’s policy. If you have insurance, it’s essential to contact your insurance provider directly to understand the details of your coverage. They can inform you about the specific treatment services that are covered, any potential co-pays or deductibles, and whether there are any limitations on the duration or type of treatment covered.

For those without insurance or who may be underinsured, there is the option of seeking treatment at a state-funded treatment center. State-funded treatment centers are facilities that receive financial support from the government or state agencies to provide treatment services to individuals who may not have the means to pay for private treatment. These centers aim to offer affordable or no-cost addiction treatment options, ensuring that everyone has access to the help they need regardless of their financial situation.

How Long is Alcohol Rehab?

When seeking alcohol addiction treatment in Vermont, individuals have the flexibility to choose the duration of their stay based on their individual treatment needs. The most common options for treatment durations are 30 days, 60 days, and 90 days, each catering to different levels of addiction severity and personal circumstances.

The choice of treatment duration depends on the individual’s unique needs and the recommendations of treatment professionals. It’s essential to consider factors like the severity of addiction, co-occurring mental health issues, external support systems, and personal commitments when deciding on the length of stay.

Sources
  1. United States Census Bureau. QuickFacts-Vermont. July 1, 2022.
  2. Vermont Department of Health. Alcohol. May 22, 2023.
  3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Behavioral Health Barometer: Vermont, Volume 6.