Drug Rehab in Middlebury, Vermont

Learn more about our addiction treatment programs serving Middlebury residents.

At Valley Vista, we combine expertise with compassion, creating an environment where empathy and authority converge to support those struggling with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions. Nestled in the serene landscapes of Vermont, our gender-specific programs in Bradford and Vergennes provide a tranquil and humble setting for recovery, with 71 beds at our men’s center and 28 beds at our women’s center.

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Valley Vista's Mission Serving Middlebury, Vermont

Our approach is clinically-focused and evidence-based, emphasizing the importance of personalized treatment plans. We believe in doing recovery the “right way, not the easy way,” ensuring clients are immediately involved in treatment and group activities, even on weekends. Our full-day schedules include a range of therapeutic modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Seeking Safety, Smart Recovery, and 12-Step Programming.

Valley Vista’s mission is to deliver state-of-the-art, best practice-driven inpatient treatment services in a safe and secure environment. We emphasize humility, accountability, and acceptance, fostering a sense of safety and respect for all clients. Our tone is both informative and supportive, blending professionalism with warmth to invite clients into a space of long-lasting recovery.

At Valley Vista, we understand that one size does not fit all. Our individualized, patient-centered approach ensures each client receives the care and support they need to reclaim their lives and achieve enduring recovery. Join us at Valley Vista, where every step towards healing is met with compassion, respect, and unwavering support.

Our Gender-Specific Care

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

Men's Facility – Bradford, VT

Located in the tranquil town of Bradford, our men’s facility offers 71 beds within a secure and intimate setting. Here, clients are immediately immersed in a structured, full-day schedule that includes clinical groups even on weekends. The facility emphasizes humility, accountability, and acceptance, ensuring each man feels respected and supported as he works towards lasting recovery.

Women's Facility – Vergennes, VT

In the picturesque town of Vergennes, our women’s facility houses 28 beds and provides a safe, nurturing environment for recovery. The program is designed to address the unique needs of women, offering evidence-based treatments and personalized care plans. Like our men’s facility, the women’s center incorporates a comprehensive daily schedule, fostering a sense of community and empowerment among clients.

Visit Valley Vista and see how our dedicated spaces can support your path to recovery. We invite you to experience the welcoming, respectful, and healing atmosphere that defines our men’s and women’s facilities.

What Are the Signs You Need Help?

If you notice increased secrecy about activities and whereabouts, it might be a sign that professional help is needed. Neglecting responsibilities at work, school, or home is another red flag. Engaging in risky behaviors, such as driving under the influence or unprotected sex, and withdrawing from friends, family, and social activities are significant indicators that substance use might be a problem.

Physical health often deteriorates with substance abuse, which may include noticeable weight loss or gain, poor hygiene, and frequent illnesses. Changes in appearance like bloodshot eyes, unusual body odors, and neglected grooming habits can be telling signs. Experiencing withdrawal symptoms such as tremors, sweating, nausea, or seizures when not using the substance also suggests the need for immediate intervention.

Substance use can cause dramatic mood swings, resulting in unexplained anger, irritability, or sudden changes in mood. Persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, or excessive worry may point to underlying anxiety and depression. Additionally, experiencing paranoia or hallucinations, such as seeing or hearing things that aren’t there, or feeling paranoid, indicates a serious issue that requires professional treatment.

Substance use can impair cognitive functions, leading to memory problems or frequent blackouts. If someone is having trouble focusing on tasks or making decisions, it could be due to the effects of substance abuse on their brain. These cognitive impairments can severely impact daily life and are a clear sign that help is needed.

Increased conflicts with loved ones, trust issues, and distancing from family and friends can be indicators of substance abuse. When someone loses interest in activities they once found pleasurable, it often signals that their substance use is taking priority over everything else in their life. This strain on relationships can be devastating and is a strong indicator that professional help is necessary.

An inability to stop using a substance despite wanting to, or experiencing unsuccessful attempts to cut down or control substance use, is a significant warning sign. Needing more of the substance to achieve the same effect (increased tolerance) and constantly thinking about the next opportunity to use it (obsessive thinking) are clear indicators of addiction. These patterns of compulsive use highlight the need for immediate intervention and treatment.

Legal issues such as arrests, DUIs, or other problems related to substance use, along with financial instability caused by spending excessive money on substances, are critical signs that professional help is needed. These legal and financial problems can have long-lasting impacts on an individual’s life, making it essential to seek treatment promptly.

If you or someone you know is experiencing these signs, it’s crucial to seek help. Valley Vista offers state-of-the-art, evidence-based treatment in a compassionate and supportive environment. Our gender-specific programs provide personalized care to address the unique needs of each individual, guiding them towards lasting recovery. Reach out to Valley Vista today and take the first step towards a healthier, happier life.

Men's Addiction Treatment

Directions To Our Men's Facility From Middlebury

Our men’s treatment center, located in Bradford, Vermont, is 1 hour 52 minutes and 78 miles from Middlebury.

  • Turn left onto E Main St (VT-125). Go for 7.2 mi.
  • Continue on VT-125 (VT-125-SCENIC). Go for 0.2 mi.
  • Continue on VT-125. Go for 8.8 mi.
  • Turn right onto VT Route 100 (VT-100). Go for 4.3 mi.
  • Turn slightly left onto Bethel Mountain Rd. Go for 1.3 mi.
  • Turn right onto Bethel Mountain Rd. Go for 2.8 mi.
  • Continue on Camp Brook Rd. Go for 6.1 mi.
  • Continue on Pleasant St (VT-12). Go for 1.9 mi.
  • Turn left onto VT-12. Go for 269 ft.
  • Continue on Church St (VT-12). Go for 0.2 mi.
  • Turn right onto Main St (VT-12). Go for 3.2 mi.
  • Continue on VT Rte 107 (VT-107). Go for 0.6 mi.
  • Turn right onto VT Route 14 (VT-14 S). Go for 3.5 mi.
  • Turn left onto VT Route 110 (VT-110). Go for 13.2 mi.
  • Turn right onto Route 113 (VT-113). Go for 4.3 mi.
  • Turn left onto Goose Green Rd. Go for 1.5 mi.
  • Continue on Chelsea Rd. Go for 5.7 mi.
  • Turn right onto Goose Green Rd. Go for 2.8 mi.
  • Continue on Chelsea Rd. Go for 1.8 mi.
  • Turn right onto Waits River Rd (VT-25). Go for 0.3 mi.
  • Turn left onto Wrights Mountain Rd. Go for 3.4 mi.
  • Continue on Upper Rogers Rd. Go for 0.7 mi.
  • Arrive at 23 Upper Pln, Bradford, VT 05033
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Women's Addiction Treatment

Directions To Our Women's Facility From Middlebury

Our women’s treatment center, located in Vergennes, Vermont, is 17 minutes and 13 miles from Middlebury.

  • Turn left onto N Pleasant St (US-7 N) toward Vergennes. 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 05491-1102