People In Recovery

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Recovery is possible and help is available. Find resources and support for Vermonters who are on the road to recovery from alcohol and drug abuse.

Information for You

Most people who have HCV are unaware that they are infected because they don’t look or feel sick, but they can still transmit the virus to others.

Here's how to find community-based alcohol and drug abuse prevention resources. Prevention staff in our 12 local health department offices around the state can help.

Today, people with HIV can live longer with this infection, with a better quality of life, than ever before

If you have hepatitis C virus (HCV) it’s important to get medical care and connect with a primary care provider.

Self-help groups and other types of support services are very important in most people’s recovery from alcohol or other drug addiction.

In 2006, the Vermont Legislature authorized the Vermont Department of Health to establish and operate a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP).

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