Our mission is to create a network of Recovery Homes (clean and sober living homes) to help people suffering from addiction, re-assimilate into society by supporting the transitions from addiction, to recovery, to independent living.

Struggling with what to do after treatment?  Being a part of a clean and sober living home is a great second step.

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Below is a map of Vermont featuring all of our recovery home (clean and sober living home) locations.

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VFOR Facebook Newsfeed:

Vermont Foundation of Recovery
Vermont Foundation of Recovery2 weeks ago
Hello everyone!

VFOR has been selected by Hannaford Supermarkets, with the help of Jody White to benefit in their monthly community fundraiser!

So if you're grocery shopping in Franklin County and see the box, drop some change in to help your favorite local non-profit. Every little bit helps, and we can't be thankful enough for all the help we receive. It really does make a difference in the lives of others! #recoveryworks #nonprofit
Vermont Foundation of Recovery
Vermont Foundation of Recovery3 weeks ago
Hello everyone! VFOR is actively seeking volunteers for our Waterbury and South Burlington (Women) homes. If you would like to give a few hours of your time weekly to a great cause, please let us know! #volunteer #recoveryworks #recoveryhomes
Vermont Foundation of Recovery
Vermont Foundation of Recovery1 month ago
Day 2! David Riegel, our Executive Director is talking with Beth Fisher Sanders - Chair of the Standards Committee with NARR.

The National Alliance for Recovery Residences has a set of standards designed to define the spectrum of recovery oriented housing and services and distinguishes four different types, which are known as “levels” or “levels of support". It's extremely important to mention that these standards were created by a committee with minds from around the country, and many different levels of care; from the Oxford House model, to high-intensity fully-staffed models.

Many of us in Vermont have worked over the last several years to create a NARR Affiliate called the Vermont Alliance of Recovery Residences (VTARR). We will be adopting standards and certifying the homes in Vermont who are interested in implementing best practices and operating at the highest levels.

If you would like to get involved with VTARR please reach out to David, or send us a message through Facebook.

Read about the four types of levels of residences here: https://narronline.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/NARR_Standard_V2_rev_07-10-2017.pdf

#NARR2017 #recovery #recoveryworks
Vermont Foundation of Recovery
Vermont Foundation of Recovery1 month ago
The boys on day one of the #NARR2017 Summit! We are witnessing a massive amount of knowledge, resources and cutting edge policies. This summit is helping pave the way for systemic and evidence-based practices in the world of recovery housing on a national level.

The National Alliance of Recovery Residences is pushing toward peer-based support services in residences that are going to be viable choice for long term and ongoing recovery. #recovery #recoveryworks #recoveryhousing
Vermont Foundation of Recovery
Vermont Foundation of Recovery1 month ago
Here we are! Gearing up for #NARR2017! David Riegel, Andrew Gonyea and Luke Patterson will be attending this amazing conference over the next four days! We will be sharing as the week goes along. Stay tuned! #recoveryworks #recovery

For those that don't know, NARR stands for the National Alliance of Recovery Residencies. They are paving the way nationally for the betterment and advocacy of recovery housing. You can read more here at https://www.narronline.org