Portland Drug Rehab Center

Learn more about how Valley Vista can help Portland residents find long-term addiction recovery.

Valley Vista offers state-of-the-art, evidence-based inpatient treatment services tailored for adult men and women. Their approach blends expertise with compassion, emphasizing personalized treatment plans designed to address the complexities of co-occurring mental health conditions.

At Valley Vista, each patient is immediately immersed in a comprehensive recovery journey, guided by clinically-focused therapies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and 12-Step Programming. The commitment to “doing recovery the right way, not the easy way” underscores their dedication to lasting change. With separate, gender-specific centers in Bradford and Vergennes, Valley Vista ensures a supportive, respectful environment where anonymity and validation are paramount.

Through unity, respect, and a bias-free approach, Valley Vista invites individuals into a space of enduring recovery, promising not just treatment, but a path to a transformed life.

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Take a Tour of Our Men’s And Women’s Facilities

Embarking on the journey to recovery is a deeply personal and courageous step. At Valley Vista, we understand the importance of finding the right environment—one that nurtures healing and provides a foundation for lasting change.

We invite you to tour our tranquil facilities nestled in the picturesque landscapes of Vermont. Each location, whether in Bradford or Vergennes, embodies our commitment to creating a safe and secure therapeutic environment. Here, you’ll discover more than just treatment; you’ll find a supportive community rooted in compassion and respect.

During your tour, you’ll experience firsthand our dedication to evidence-based practices and personalized care. From full-day schedules that prioritize comprehensive group therapies—including weekends—to gender-specific programs designed to meet your unique needs, Valley Vista ensures every aspect of your recovery journey is tailored with expertise and empathy.

Explore our serene spaces, where humility, accountability, and acceptance are not just words but guiding principles. Witness our commitment to unity, respect, and enduring recovery in action. Take the first step toward a transformed life at Valley Vista—where hope, healing, and a brighter future await. Schedule your tour today and discover why Valley Vista is more than a treatment center—it’s a place where recovery begins.

What to Look for

What Are the Signs You Need Help?

Recognizing the signs that indicate you may need treatment at Valley Vista or a similar facility is crucial for taking proactive steps towards recovery.

  • Loss of Control: If you find yourself unable to limit or stop your substance use despite repeated attempts to do so, it could be a sign of addiction that requires professional intervention.
  • Impact on Daily Life: Substance use affecting your responsibilities at work, school, or home, leading to neglect of important duties or relationships.
  • Physical Health Issues: Persistent health problems related to substance use, such as withdrawal symptoms, blackouts, or deteriorating physical condition.
  • Mental Health Concerns: Co-occurring mental health issues like depression, anxiety, or trauma that exacerbate substance use and require integrated treatment.
  • Failed Attempts to Quit: Previous attempts to quit or cut back on substance use have been unsuccessful or short-lived, indicating a need for structured support and treatment.
  • Relationship Strain: Problems in relationships with family, friends, or colleagues due to substance use behaviors, leading to isolation or conflict.
  • Risk-Taking Behaviors: Engaging in risky behaviors under the influence, such as driving while intoxicated or engaging in unsafe sexual practices.
  • Legal Issues: Legal troubles related to substance use, such as DUIs or other legal consequences.
  • Financial Strain: Difficulty managing finances due to spending on substances or neglecting financial responsibilities.
  • Cravings and Obsession: Strong urges or cravings to use substances, coupled with preoccupation with obtaining and using them.

If you or someone you know experiences several of these signs, it may be time to consider seeking professional help at Valley Vista. Their evidence-based, compassionate approach can provide the necessary support and resources to embark on a journey toward recovery and a healthier, more fulfilling life.

Men's Addiction Treatment

Directions To Our Men's Facility From Portland

Our men’s treatment center, located in Bradford, Vermont, is 2 hours 45 minutes and 130 miles from Portland.

  • Take a left ramp onto I-295 S toward So. Portland. Go for 1.6 mi.
  • Take exit 5B toward Congress St onto ME-22 W (Congress St). Go for 2.3 mi.
  • Turn right onto Congress St (ME-22). Go for 1.0 mi.
  • Continue on County Rd. Go for 4.0 mi.
  • Turn right onto South St (ME-114). Go for 0.8 mi.
  • Continue toward Bernard P Rines Hwy/ME-112. Go for 187 ft.
  • Take the 2nd exit from roundabout onto Bernard P Rines Hwy (ME-112). Go for 2.4 mi.
  • Continue toward Bernard P Rines Hwy/ME-112. Go for 118 ft.
  • Take the 2nd exit from roundabout onto Bernard P Rines Hwy (ME-112). Go for 0.8 mi.
  • Continue toward Ossipee Trl/ME-25. Go for 105 ft.
  • Take the 2nd exit from roundabout onto Ossipee Trl (ME-25). Go for 7.8 mi.
  • Turn right onto Pequawket Trl (ME-113). Go for 6.9 mi.
  • Continue on Pequawket Trl (ME-113). Go for 9.8 mi.
  • Continue on Pequawket Trl (ME-5/ME-113). Go for 13.6 mi.
  • Turn left onto Main St (US-302). Go for 1.4 mi.
  • Continue on E Main St (US-302). Go for 7.5 mi.
  • Turn right onto Kancamagus Hwy (RT-112) toward Lincoln/N Woodstock. Go for 36.0 mi.
  • Turn slightly left onto Lost River Rd (RT-112). Go for 11.8 mi.
  • Turn left onto County Rd (RT-116). Go for 0.4 mi.
  • Continue on North South Rd (RT-116). Go for 0.9 mi.
  • Continue on Coventry Rd (RT-116). Go for 2.7 mi.
  • Continue on Benton Rd (RT-116). Go for 6.3 mi.
  • Turn left onto Dartmouth College Hwy (RT-10). Go for 2.4 mi.
  • Turn right onto Newbury Rd. Go for 0.2 mi.
  • Continue on Newbury Crossing Rd. Go for 0.5 mi.
  • Turn left onto Main St S (US-5). Go for 5.9 mi.
  • Turn right. Go for 459 ft.
  • Arrive at 23 Upper Pln, Bradford, VT 05033
Women's Addiction Treatment

Directions To Our Women's Facility From Portland

Our women’s treatment center, located in Vergennes, Vermont, is 4 hours and 250 miles from Portland.

  • Take a left ramp onto I-295 S toward So. Portland. Go for 5.8 mi.
  • Take the exit onto I-95 S (Gold Star Memorial Hwy). Go for 44.0 mi.
  • Continue on I-95 S (Piscataqua River Brg). Go for 9.9 mi.
  • Take exit 2 toward Manchester/Hospital onto RT-101 W (Exeter-Hampton Expy). Go for 31.3 mi.
  • Take the exit toward Concord onto I-93 N. Go for 13.8 mi.
  • Take the exit onto I-89 N. Go for 61.7 mi.
  • Continue on I-89 N. Go for 22.2 mi.
  • Take exit 3 toward VT-107 W. Go for 0.3 mi.
  • Turn right onto VT-107 W. Go for 3.2 mi.
  • Turn left onto Church St (VT-12). Go for 0.2 mi.
  • Keep right onto VT-12. Go for 269 ft.
  • Continue on Pleasant St (VT-12). Go for 1.9 mi.
  • Turn left onto Camp Brook Rd. Go for 6.1 mi.
  • Continue on Bethel Mountain Rd. Go for 2.8 mi.
  • Turn left onto Bethel Mountain Rd. Go for 1.3 mi.
  • Turn right onto N Main St (VT-100). Go for 4.3 mi.
  • Turn left onto VT Route 125 (VT-125). Go for 8.8 mi.
  • Continue on VT-125 (VT-125-SCENIC). Go for 0.2 mi.
  • Continue on VT-125. Go for 7.1 mi.
  • Turn right onto Court St (US-7). Go for 3.8 mi.
  • Turn right onto N Pleasant St (US-7). Go for 12.0 mi.
  • Turn left onto New Haven Rd. Go for 0.6 mi.
  • Continue on Green St. Go for 0.2 mi.
  • Turn left onto Main St (VT-22A). Go for 289 ft.
  • Turn right onto N Maple St. Go for 0.1 mi.
  • Turn right onto Alden Pl. Go for 226 ft.
  • Arrive at 1 Alden Pl, Vergennes, VT 05491