The Center has walk-in hours from Tuesday – Friday 10am-3:00pm and Saturday 1:30pm-3:30pm. We follow all Covid-19 protocols for the safety of all.
Tues/Thurs 11am-Noon, Sat 2pm-3pm
All-Recovery Meetings emphasize hope and healing by providing a safe environment that honors many paths to recovery. The meetings focus on the life-changing nature of recovery and explore various approaches to recovery. The peer group offers a supplement to other recovery supports.
Laura Thomas, a Licenced Acupuncturist from Acupuncture for Humanity, offers this treatment found to help people in recovery and those who live with anxiety. Ear acupuncture provides many benefits: reduced cravings, improved sleep and energy levels, and reduced chronic or acute pain. It may also help you find peace, calm your nervous system and relieve anxiety.
Coming soon on Tuesdays!
A safe, confidential, peer-led group for parents and caregivers in all stages of recovery as well as those impacted by substance use. This is a community of parents supporting each other in the challenges and triumphs they face with parenting and recovery.
SMART stands for Self Management and Recovery Training. Our mutual support meetings are open to anyone seeking evidence-based, self-empowered addiction recovery. This group is a deep dive into the individual experience and offers practical tools that you can use to support yourself in your recovery.
1st and 3rd Wednesday 12pm-1pm
Intro to meditation
Paul Rodrique of the insight Meditation Center has partnered with Turning Point to offer a midday meditation gathering for those impacted by substance use. We welcome people in all stages of use and recovery, those who support them, and the human services community.
Na “mixed nuts”
A traditional 12 Step Narcotics Anonymous meeting hosted by Turning point.
Saturday Night Live
A traditional 12 Step Alcoholics Anonymous meeting held here at Turning Point.
AA Step Meeting
Because the Twelve Steps are the foundation of personal recovery in A.A., many groups devote one or more meetings a week to the study of each Step in rotation; some discuss two or three Steps at a time. These same formats may be applied to group meetings on the Big Book or the Twelve Traditions. Many groups make it a practice to read aloud pertinent material from the Big Book or Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions at the beginning of the meeting.
39 Elm St, Brattleboro, VT 05301