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Adults

The Brattleboro Retreat provides specialized diagnosis and treatment services for adults who are experiencing a wide variety of mental health and addiction problems. At the Brattleboro Retreat, when you’re looking for help, you’ll also find the respect, safety and confidentiality you deserve.
Safe, highly structured hospital-level mental health and addiction treatment for adults who are dealing with a wide variety of acute psychiatric and addiction illnesses.
Offering substance abuse evaluations, intensive outpatient addiction treatment, substance abuse counseling, outpatient relapse prevention groups & outpatient opioid addiction treatment.
Inpatient (hospital-level) care for adults seeking both addiction treatment and help with one or more co-occurring mental health issues including depression, anxiety, bipolar, and more.
Specialized support for active & retired police, fire, military, corrections & EMS personnel addressing PTSD, addiction & related issues. Intensive day programming. On-campus lodging at night.
As you step down from inpatient care, the Birches offers programming that’s more intensive than traditional outpatient counseling. Live at home, or inquire about our convenient, on-campus lodging.
Providing state-of-the-art inpatient care for up to 14 patients, this program is a key component in Vermont's 2012 plan to modernize and streamline psychiatric care following the closing of the former Vermont State Hospital facility in Waterbury.
Outpatient counseling services to help you and your family address a wide variety of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, marital problems, addiction and more.
Providing short-term outpatient treatment for adults who have found that conventional medications-based treatments alone are not effective in controlling their pain.
Exclusive, high-quality, hospital-level (inpatient) mental health & addiction treatment in a safe, respectful and affirming environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender adults.
Inpatient care designed for adults ages 18 to 26 experiencing mental health problems that can be compounded by the unique challenges associated with this time of life.