In response to the stay at home order from Governor Scott the Turning Point Center of Rutland has made the difficult decision to close the doors to the Center as of 4/2/2020. We will be checking messages daily, but all staff and volunteers will be working from home for the foreseeable future. Below you will find all contact information for center employees as well as our social media information. We have and will continue to share all the online resources that we come across to help everyone stay connected.
Please stay safe during this time and reach out if there is anything that we can do to assist you.
Turning Point Center-802-773-6010
Tracie Hauck-Center Director- 802-558-6799 email@example.com
Tonya Wright-Assistant Director 802-376-3480 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dave Carlson-Recovery Coach 802-342-5376 email@example.com
Kris Harvey-Program Coordinator 802-558-8939 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kyle Burditt Resource Coordinator 802-342-5614 email@example.com
Lewis Neilson-Recovery Coach 440-935-5978 firstname.lastname@example.org
Vermont Telephone Recovery Support Service-802-808-8877
Support, Acceptance, Belonging, Love, Fellowship
TURNING POINT RECOVERY CENTER
Welcome to the Rutland Turning Point Center
Tracie Hauck - Executive Director
The Turning Point Center of Rutland is a non-profit recovery center that provides a safe, friendly, fun, and substance free environment. All people in recovery, and their family and friends, can meet here for recovery support, meetings, social activities, recovery coaching, education, and advocacy. The Turning Point Center respects all paths to recovery. We understand that all areas of life need to be addressed. All our services are free of charge.
Do You Need a Meeting Space?
The Turning Point Center has two large meeting spaces that we encourage people who wish to hold a recovery related meeting or event to utilize.
Some examples of use include:
Looking for Community Support?
Click here to learn more about other agencies in the community that may be able to assist with services such as housing, food, clothing, legal help, employment, and health care.
Ways You Can Help
Turning Point Center of Rutland is staffed mostly by volunteers. Volunteering is a great way to meet people on their journey to recovery and give back to the community. If you are interested in helping the recovery community, contact us at 802-773-6010.
Turning Point Center of Rutland is a non-profit organization that relies on the support of our community members and donors in order to meet the needs of the center and keep providing high quality services.
All donations are tax-deductible.
Tonya Wright - Assistant Director
What People Are Saying
David Carlson - Recovery Coach specializing in MAT
Address, Phone and Hours of Operation
We are located at 141 State Street
in beautiful downtown Rutland, Vermont
Our Phone Number is 802-773-6010
Hours of operation:
Mon.-Wed. 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Thurs.-Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Sat. and Sun. open for scheduled activities only
Kris Harvey- On site Program Coordinator
Kyle Burditt- Recovery Resource Coordinator
A Member of the Vermont Recovery Network
The Vermont Recovery Network is a non-profit organization that supports the provision of recovery support services for people who have experienced problems resulting from drug and alcohol use. Although our member centers all provide the space for various 12 step meetings and other peer-to-peer recovery support groups, they are not affiliated with any of these groups.
We are committed to providing welcoming, safe and supportive environments for those interested in recovery.
We are open to everyone seeking recovery
What Are YOU Saying?
Leave Your Comments Below
April 6, 2020 From Kyle
Good Morning everyone! What a great weekend! Furnace off, windows open dare I say it, Spring is here! We got to the working from home thing a little late but are all adjusting pretty well. Hope you are/have too. Not only are we staying connected to our regular folk, but we have even managed to reconnect with some folk from our past who are looking for a little extra support right now. If we could’ve chosen how this would look it wouldn’t look anything like this, but we are making the very best of it and still getting it done over here. We live in a great area of the country that seems to be handling all of this as well as could be expected and it is so great to see all of us coming together in this unique way of staying apart. Had someone say to me “Yeah that’s what we do in Rutland. We show up. Or in this case, we don’t”, she’s right that’s what we do. So, let’s keep showing up by not showing up and we’ll get through this together.
Stay Safe. Stay Sane. We’re here if you need us.