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We're open & here for the community!

You can reach the center by calling 802-851-8120

or by email at

You can reach out directly to members of the staff as follows:

Daniel Franklin, Executive Director:

(802) 490-0532,

Meg Goulet, Pathway Guide,

Recovery Coach:

(802) 851-0270,


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

Geoff Butler, Emergency Department Recovery Coaching Program Supervisor:
(802) 230-6027,
Recovery Center Staff Spotlight
Daniel Franklin, Executive Director
Sharing Why Working Within the Recovery Field Is Important


"I've worked in various fields within health and human services for a long time because i've always wanted to help people overcome their
challenges and live healthier, happier, and more fulfilling lives.
But addiction and recovery are deeply personal to me. 

I know that recovery is possible, and what's possible for people in recovery. I believe that people in recovery, culturally, have an extraordinary drive and capacity to give back and pay it forward, and a desire to serve something larger than themselves. That's something I believe our communities and our society need. 

I have also seen what happens when people aren't able or aren't afforded the opportunities to achieve and sustain recovery. I started doing what I do because of the people in my life who have made it to recovery, who were given the chance and made the most of it, as well as those who didn't make it. 

But what motivates me is the belief that we can create a better community that helps foster healing and recovery, and in doing so we will help people with untold potential who will in turn help us create an even better, more prosperous and healthy community. I know that every person who achieves recovery is a living, breathing fulfillment of the promise that every person has within them, no matter what they have been through, no matter their struggles.
Every person is a carrier of the torch we call hope". 

North Central Vermont Recovery Center is Morrisville Co-Op's recipient organization for the Round It Up For Change program from October 1 through November 30!

Here’s how it works:

Round It Up For Change offers MoCo shoppers the option to round up their purchases to the nearest dollar when checking out.

At the end of the collection period, funds are donated directly to

the North Central Vermont Recovery Center!

MoCo is located at 46 Pleasant Street, Morrisville

For more info, including current hours visit:

Our website has a fresh new look and updated content including valuable information and resources!

Check it out here:
Want to support the North Central Vermont Recovery Center's Mission to offer programs to individuals and families on their paths to
lasting recovery from alcohol and drug addiction? 
Click the "Donate Now!" button below and you will be directed to our giving page. 
Thank you! 
Program Highlight
SMART Recovery
 SMART (Self Management And Recovery Training) uses a 4-point program; Building and maintaining motivation, Coping with urges, Managing thoughts, feelings and behaviors, & Living a balanced life.  
SMART Recovery encourages a holistic approach, with the
goal being to achieve a healthy and balanced lifestyle.  
Discover the power of choice!

Click here to view an informational flier! 
Held every Wednesday at 12:00PM & Sundays at 1:00PM
Community Partner Spotlight

Healthy Lamoille Valley is a coalition of community organizations and individuals working collaboratively to reduce youth substance misuse and encourage youth to
make substance free healthy choices.

Some of their current project highlights:
The Live Your Why campaign working to build protective factors for youth:  
A community policy toolkit to create healthier communities. 
Support for at Northern Vermont University:
This is an alcohol awareness program that allows students to assess their use and learn the risks associated with alcohol use. 
Promotion and support of prescription drug disposal efforts across the region.
Training opportunities for the community to learn more about how to
prevent substance misuse.

For more information or to learn how to become involved visit: or email HLV's Coordinator Jessica Bickford at



Don't give up hope, help is available! 
Starting the path to recovery is only a visit, phone call or email away! 

North Central Vermont Recovery Center

275 Brooklyn Street, Suite 2

Morrisville, VT 05661

​Phone #: 802-851-8120

Fax #: 802-851-8295

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