Recovery groups holding meetings
at the Turning Point include:
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Al Anon Family Groups (Alanon)
Overeaters Anonymous (OA)
Refuge Recovery (Mindfulness Meditation for Recoverees)
Other organizations and helpful contact information:
District 21 New Hampshire Answering Service
Area 70 Vermont
Area 43 New Hampshire
General Service Office, New York
District 5 Vermont Answering Service - (802) 295-7611
Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
Dual Recovery Anonymous (DRA)
AA New Hampshire
Food Addicts Anonymous (FA)
Wit's End is a support group for family members challenged by the substance abuse, addiction or addictive behavior of an adolescent or young adult.
Making Change is a facilitated support group for high school-aged young people who are considering, or are committed to, recovery from alcohol or other drug dependency.
Scheduled Meetings at the Upper Valley Turning Point
Men's AA (C)
AA Freethinkers (C)
NEW 5:30PM Refuge Recovery
(o) Open Meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous. All are Welcome.
The Upper Valley Turning Point is inclusive. We recognize that there are many paths to recovery, and we welcome inquiries from recovery groups of all types.
(c) Closed Meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous are limited to those who have the desire to stop drinking.
All meetings run one hour unless otherwise indicated.
"What we have at the Turning Point, where people are sober, they are our peers.
They're people who can identify with us." -Linda
The Upper Valley Turning Point served as the model for the Vermont Recovery Centers Network, which was established in 2002. The doors of the Newport recovery center opened in 2015 making a total of 12 recovery centers operating in the state of Vermont.