We provide quality outpatient services for adolescents and adults dealing with issues of substance abuse. Services are offered in an array of settings and intensity, based on individual need.
The Chittenden Clinic HUB provides outpatient pharmacotherapy (Methadone or Buprenorphine) and evidenced-based treatment to individuals who are affected by opioid addiction.
Medication assisted treatment (MAT) and medically supervised withdrawal (MSW) are provided in addition to medical consultation. Treatment includes evidenced-based counseling, case management, education addressing co-occurring issues, HIV and Hepatitis education and testing, urinalysis screening, psychiatric assessment and referral, and medical evaluations and consultations.
As the first HUB in the State of Vermont, the Chittenden Clinic coordinates services with programs and services located in Chittenden County and the Northwestern corridor of the state with the ultimate goal of providing a seamless transition of care for those on MAT.
For more information, call 802.488.6464.
CRASH Drinking Driver Assessments and Schools provide the screening process and referral following license suspension resulting from a drinking and driving conviction. For more information about the CRASH Program, call 802.488.6151.
Pine Street Counseling Services
Pine Street Counseling Services provides mental health and substance abuse outpatient and intensive outpatient counseling and therapy for adults. In addition, the program provides assessment and intervention, specialized trauma support services, and short- and long-term individual and group options. For more information, call 802.488.6100.
Safe Recovery provides practical health supports to people who are currently using heroin or other opioids and helps people transition from active drug use to long-term recovery. Services include syringe exchange, drug treatment options counseling, HIV and hepatitis C testing and referrals, hepatitis A and B vaccination, distribution of overdose rescue kits, corrections outreach, basic needs assistance, advocacy, and other recovery support services. All services are offered free of charge, and many can be accessed anonymously.
Walk-ins are welcome or call (802) 488-6067 to make an appointment.