You can reach out directly to members of the staff as follows:
Daniel Franklin, Executive Director:
(802) 490-0532, Daniel.Franklin@ncvrc.com
Meg Goulet, Pathway Guide/Recovery Coach:
(802) 851-0270, Megan.NCVRC@gmail.com
Mike Privee, Recovery Coaching
Program Manager/Operations Manager
Recovery coaching remains available in person, by telephone, and online.
If you are interested in working with a recovery coach,
please contact Mike Privee at:
802-734-0835 or Mike.Privee@ncvrc.com
Health & Wellness Program Coordinator/Emergency Department Recovery Coach
Moms in Recovery Support Program Coordinator
Click on the calendar picture to view/download a PDF copy of our calendar!
We would like to sincerely thank everyone who donated to us through our annual appeal!
Every dollar matters, and helps us to continue our mission of being a welcoming, substance-free environment for individuals and families on their paths to
lasting recovery from alcohol and drug addiction.
Without your donations, we wouldn't be able to offer our life saving
programs, and we are truly grateful!
-Purchase an item from our Moms In Recovery Support Program wishlist:
These items will assist us in establishing our satelite location at Jenna's House! You can purchase online and have them shipped directly to the center at:
275 Brooklyn Street, Suite 2 Morrisville, VT 05661
At this time we feel it is necessary to share that while there are always dangerous, potent, and harmful drugs in our community that threatens lives, right now there seems to be a particularly deadly batch of drugs in our community. Recent overdoses where we know Narcan from the recovery center was used in reversals have required an unusually large number of doses of Narcan, which often indicates the presence of fentanyl or carfentanil. These are drugs added into more common substances like heroin and contribute to about 88% of all overdose deaths. In the event of an overdose or other emergency, 911 should always be called, and anyone who administers Narcan is protected by the Good Samaritan Laws from any liability, regardless of the result. In a majority of cases where an overdose occurs, it is a bystander such as a family member or friend or a fellow user who is the first responder, and is in the best position to save a person's life in the first critical moments of distress. That's why it's important for as many of us as possible to carry Narcan as well as information on how someone can get help if they want.
In this spirit, the North Central Vermont Recovery Center has plentiful Narcan that we give out for free, anytime, with no questions asked! Simply stop by and ask a staff member for some. We have an instructional video on how to administer Narcan and other helpful information available at: https://www.ncvrc.com/save-a-life-1 There, you can learn about community resources including the
local MAT Team and Vermont Cares.
We also have Harm Reduction to go Packs, which include three doses of Narcan, fentanyl test strips, and other information and supplies. You can learn about them here via this informational video: https://youtu.be/TuWow7JZMcY
We are here for the community and ready to help, along with our many amazing partners in health and human services. Please don't be afraid to reach out if we can help you, or someone in your life that needs support!
Check out or NEW Moms In Recovery Support Program Flier!
Click on one of the images to download the PDF version.
Recovery Center Staff Spotlight
Lauren Paine Health & Wellness Program Coordinator/Emergency Department Recovery Coach
Lauren began her journey in Recovery four years ago.
"As I have grown, I have realized my passion of getting to know people and what they need to succeed. Over time I have found a healthy balance I would love
to help others achieve in their own Recovery".
Lauren completed the Recovery Coaching Academy in November 2019 and went on to complete the ED Recovery Coach Training in December 2019.
Are you looking for a way to use your skills, passion, and your
dedication to our community?
Have you wanted to do more to support the North Central Vermont Recovery Center?
Now is your chance!
The North Central Vermont Recovery Center is looking for new, dedicated, and engaged board members from towns across Lamoille County.
Interested in finding out more? Contact our Executive Director, Daniel Franklin at Daniel.Franklin@ncvrc.com or 802-851-8120 to obtain an application.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Now you can contact a Recovery Coach via our website!