Vermont Free Rehab Centers

The Vermont state motto is “Freedom and Unity,” two qualities that point to the importance of standing alone as well as the strength of connecting with others. You probably miss having those values in your life. Right now, you are struggling to stand alone and your unions with others have been broken by substance abuse and addiction. It’s time to stop trying to do everything yourself and to start connecting with others in order to gain the resilience you need to stand alone. Vermont free drug and alcohol rehab centers are waiting for you to reach out. These programs will help you establish your recovery and give you the power you need to continue it. To learn more about VT Free Rehabs, call toll-free at 800-934-7205 (Who Answers?) or click on the name of a city below and explore local treatment options.

“12 percent of Vermont residents reported past-month use of illegal drugs” (ONDCP). This is considerably high, as the national average remained at 8 percent during this same time in 2007-2008. Since then, in 2009-2010, both numbers have risen to 13.73 percent and 8.82 percent, respectively. According to the ONDCP, Vermont actually is ranked as one of the top ten states in several drug abuse categories, such as:

  • “Among young adults age 18-25”Free Rehab Centers in Vermont
    • Past month marijuana use
    • Past month illicit drug use
    • Past month use of illicit drugs other than marijuana
    • Past-year cocaine use
    • Illicit drug dependence
  • “Among persons age 12 or older”
    • Past month marijuana use
    • Past month illicit drug use
    • Pas-year cocaine use
  • “Among persons age 12-17”
    • Past month illicit drug use
    • Past-year marijuana use
    • Past month marijuana use

The drug abuse statistics in the state of Vermont are problematic, especially because younger individuals are so heavily involved in the high numbers of abuse. This could be more likely to lead to greater rates of addiction, as those who begin abusing drugs early often become addicted quickly. According to the NIDA, “Adolescent drug abusers have unique needs stemming from their immature neurocognitive and psychosocial stage of development,” in addition to being more inclined to exhibit co-occurring mental disorders along with drug abuse.

Everyone, even and especially younger individuals, needs formal treatment for addiction. While “opiates, including prescription drugs, are the most commonly cited drugs among primary drug treatment admissions in Vermont,” it can be very difficult for someone who abuses substances to be able to pay the often high prices of treatment (ONDCP 1). Young adults addicted to opioids, cocaine, heroin, and marijuana may have an especially difficult time paying for treatment, even more so if they are not on speaking terms with their parents which occurs often in cases like these.

Fortunately, many free and low-cost rehab options exist in the state of Vermont. In cities like Montpelier, Bradford, and Underhill, patients of all ages can receive formal treatment for drug addiction. The methods offered by these facilities may include medication, therapy, and a series of programs that help the individual better adjust to life in recovery. Many patients find jobs, housing, and legal help while attending free rehab.

Those who attend free treatment are often able to achieve a better, stronger, and healthier recovery, which can be very difficult when a person tries to go through withdrawal and the subsequent recovery alone. Especially for teens, treatment will be necessary to change the dangerous course they have started. According to the ONDCP, “68 persons died in Vermont in 2007” which is sixteen more than the deaths caused by firearms in that year.

If you believe that you could benefit (or your adolescent child could benefit) from addiction treatment, simply find the closest facility to you and call to discuss the clinics policies. Because there are often several free rehab centers in each area, search out the one that is the absolute best for the patient. Treatment is important and can help a person achieve a better outcome after they decide to quit their drug abuse; find a rehab program now that is free of charge and beneficial to you.

Where do calls go?

Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Calls to any general helpline will be answered or returned by one of the treatment providers listed, each of which is a paid advertiser: Rehab Media Group, Recovery Helpline, Alli Addiction Services.

By calling the helpline you agree to the terms of use. We do not receive any commission or fee that is dependent upon which treatment provider a caller chooses. There is no obligation to enter treatment.

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