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Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers in Vermont

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Drug & Alcohol Detoxification Facilities in Vermont

As one of the smaller states in the United States, Vermont is definitely a gem that is often overlooked. There are many things to love about Vermont, including its gorgeous New England scenery. In fact, Vermont is only small in terms of area; if you were to flatten out the state’s mountain ranges, Vermont would actually be larger than Texas. However, in addition to scenery, Vermont is consistently ranked among the safest states in the U.S. It’s also quite a big state when it comes to cheese production, which is often attributed solely to Wisconsin. Being a relatively small state, Vermont residents are extremely accommodating. Overall, Vermont is quickly becoming a prime location for addiction recovery and detoxification.

Vermont Addiction & Detox Statistics

  • Like the rest of the United States, Vermont has been experiencing a major problem with substance abuse throughout the small state. In fact, sources estimate that approximately 13 percent of the Vermont population abuses illicit substances regularly, at least once per month.
  • Although there are many substances that have become prone to recreational abuse, opioids are surely the biggest problem. This has been the case in Vermont, too, with opioid abuse skyrocketing in the wake of the recent prescription drug epidemic. Consequently, opioid overdoses have risen dramatically. It’s currently estimated that since 2009, there has been a 50-percent increase in opioid-related emergency room visits.
  • In 2007 alone, there were 68 drug-related deaths in the state of Vermont. For reference, the population of Vermont in 2007 was just under 623,500.
  • There are far fewer adolescents using tobacco products in Vermont than in the United States overall.
  • Underage alcohol abuse is a major problem across the entire United States; however, much like with tobacco products, there are far fewer adolescents and teens abusing alcohol in Vermont than in the United States overall. For instance, about 15 percent of Vermont high school students abuse alcohol for the first time before the age of 13, which is much lower than the 20 percent of high school students nationwide.

Getting Sober in Vermont

Hospitality is often associated with the American South, but Vermont residents are notoriously hospitable. As well, the mountainous Vermont scenery makes for an incredibly soothing environment. Whether you’re in advanced recovery or still getting sober, consider choosing an addiction treatment or detox center in Vermont for your recovery journey.

Vermont Addiction & Substance Abuse Organizations

  • PEAR (“People Education Advocacy Recovery”) Vermont was founded by a group of women in 1939 for the purpose of advocating for radical change in the way that people perceive mental health and substance abuse problems. Today, this organization is the oldest organization for substance abuse advocacy in the state.
  • The Vermont Association of Addiction Treatment Providers, or VAATP, is a state-level association that represents the addiction treatment and rehabilitation field for the state of Vermont. It consists of treatment providers, programs, agencies, and volunteers offering support, training, consultation, and advocacy to those in need.
  • The Vermont Department of Health is a state-sanctioned, government-run organization that serves communities throughout Vermont. In particular, this agency provides mental health and substance abuse resources to those in need, particularly those of a low income.
  • The New England Institute of Addiction Studies is a nonprofit organization that covers multiple areas throughout New England. It’s primarily a research-oriented organization that offers training and continuous education to substance abuse treatment providers in New England states, including Vermont.
  • The Vermont Addiction Professionals’ Association — also known as VAPA — is an association of professionals who represent the addiction treatment community in Vermont. This group’s mission is to encourage collaboration between professionals as well as to provide support and leadership to promote organized improvements.

Vermont Pioneering Opioid Addiction Treatment Implants

There are many different types of addiction treatment available, and this is largely because the opioid addiction epidemic sweeping the United States have resulted in increasing efforts to find ways to mitigate this growing menace. However, Vermont officials seems to be exploring unconvention forms of treatment, including a new implant that’s intended to treat opioid addiction. This implant contains buprenorphine and the procedure involves implanting four individual buprenorphine rods into the arm, which will slowly release buprenorphine into the system over the period of a year. Although this new form of treatment is still in testing, the preliminary results seem promising, so there’s a strong chance that this implant will see more widespread adoption.