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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers with Language-Specific Services in Vermont

Language-specific drug and alcohol treatment centers in Vermont provide clients with various types of services. For example, Spanish speaking programs help addicts who speak Spanish. When English is a second language it becomes a barrier to treatment that must be removed. The Spanish speaking community in Vermont only makes up around 2% of the total population. However, some accommodations could be made to help the client through the programs with the help of someone who spoke Spanish. There are also treatment barriers for people who are deaf or hearing impaired. Drug and alcohol addiction among people with disabilities is more common than what people think. There are many different reasons why someone with a disability would choose to abuse drugs or alcohol. Drugs or alcohol are often used as a way to cope with the problems they are struggling with. Unfortunately, substance abuse makes the problems worse in life, and even more difficult to cope with the disability. Drug treatment for the hearing impaired incorporates American Sign Language as part of treatment. This makes communication much more effective for the patient.

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Vermont Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Vermont Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Below, you will find a listing of different language-specific services for drug and alcohol dependency in Vermont. If you need help finding what you are looking for, do not hesitate to call one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

List of Substance Abuse Programs by Language in Vermont