Welcome! The pages listed in the drop down menus below are a resource guide for people who are struggling with opioid addiction, their loved ones and those in the community dedicated to the health and welfare of Central Vermonters.
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About the Washington County Opiate Addiction Workgroup
To educate and advocate for people who are impacted by opiate addiction while mobilizing the community through collaboration with people in recovery, professionals in the field, all associated support services, law enforcement and civic organizations.
To reduce the prevalence of opiate addiction and have a community educated to the resources and supports available to people who are impacted by opiate addiction.
Who We Are:
Our workgroup leverages the time and talents of over 50 volunteer members who represent the interests of our community and a committment to the issues of opiate addiction. People in recovery and family members are not listed by name, but they are key to keeping it real!
Substance Abuse Prevention Consultant
VT Department of Health
MAT Lead Clinical Care Coordinator
University of Vermont Health Network CVMC
Steering Committee Members:
Agency of Human Services, Another Way, Burlington Labs, Cabot School, Clara Martin, Central Vermont Community Action Council, Central Vermont Home and Health Hospice, Central Vermont Medical Center, Central Vermont New Directions Coalition, Community Health Team, Green Mountain Transit Agency, Pheonix House, The Plainfield Health Center, Turning Point Center of Central Vermont, U32 High School, United Way of Central VT, Vermont Center for Independent Living, Vermont Department of Health, Vermont Recovery Network, Washington County Mental Health Services, Washington County Youth Service Bureau, Washington South Supervisory Union, Windsor Northwest Supervisory Union