Vermont Sober Living
Sober Living Homes
On this page, you’ll find Vermont sober living homes, Vermont sober living environments, Vermont recovery housing, Vermont halfway houses, Vermont 3/4 houses, and Vermont recovery residences.
In Vermont you'll find cool weather, friendly faces, and a thriving recovery community to help you during your recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.
With an estimated population of approximately 600,000 people (census.gov, 2012 est.), Vermont provides both resource-rich metropolitan areas and wide open country spaces. Vermont has many interesting destinations to visit, such as Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory in Waterbury. History lovers will find a lot to learn in Vermont. In 1775 Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain Boys won one of the first important American victories of the Revolutionary War by capturing Fort Ticonderoga and Crown Point. In 1777 Vermont adopted its first constitution, abolishing slavery and providing for universal male suffrage without property qualifications. The mid-1850s onwards saw a transition from Vermonters mostly favoring slavery's containment, to a far more serious opposition to the institution, producing the Radical Republican and abolitionist Thaddeus Stevens. While the Whig Party shriveled, & the Republican Party emerged, Vermont strongly trended in support of its candidates. In 1860 it voted for President Abraham Lincoln, giving him the largest margin of victory of any state. An interesting fact about Vermont is that the Abenaki, Mahican and Penacook groups were among the first Native Americans in the Vermont region. The New York Iroquois arrived around 1500, forcing many of the other groups away. During the early 1600s, several groups returned to conquer the Iroquois
For those seeking recovery, Vermont has a wealth of resources. Sober living houses are prolific throughout the state, in both metropolitan and rural areas. The largest metropolitan areas in the state are Burlington, South Burlington, Colchester, Rutland, and Essex Junction.
For those looking for work, Vermont has an average unemployment rate of 4.6%. If it is higher education you're seeking, Vermont is home to University of Vermont, Norwich University, and Community College of Vermont.
Take a look at the list of Vermont sober living homes below. Once you find a sober living home you're interested in, fill out the contact form on that page and someone will promptly respond to you. If you'd like to speak with someone directly in reference to one of these sober living homes, please contact us at (888) 70-NEXUS.