OFFICE HOURS:
Monday – Friday
7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m

CONTACT
(802) 524-8809

ADDRESS
19 Catherine Street
St. Albans, VT 05478

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Welcome to Northwestern Partners in Hope and Recovery

We are a dedicated outpatient addiction treatment facility, with a focus on partnering with our patients who want to heal from a substance use disorder. With expanded services including educational groups, psychiatry, medication management, multiple care providers, nursing care coordination, mindfulness and social work, we are well equipped to provide a whole-person holistic approach to recovery. It is our goal to create a foundation for lasting change in individuals who are ready to move toward a more stable and healthy life. Our experienced team facilitates this transformation by treating everyone who walks through our doors with kindness, caring, and respect. 


Our Hope & Recovery clinic medical director, Dr. Suzan R. White, DO, holds Board Certifications in both Addiction and Psychiatry and believes rational addiction treatment is based on a consideration of mind, body, and spirit together. With that in mind, we are dedicated to being a compassion and kindness space clinic that offers wraparound biopsychosocial treatment for opioid use disorder, alcohol use disorder, and stimulant use disorder. We place an emphasis on shared decision-making for better outcomes and individualized treatment plans to meet your needs. Let our team and resources work to help guide you or your family member on the path to a better life. 


Transformations can be a challenge. At Northwestern Partners in Hope and Recovery, our evidence-based holistic approach to recovery is custom fit to your needs to help you rise above your addiction and get back to living a healthy life.

Meet our Providers

Key Services

  • Addiction care
  • Addiction counseling
  • Care coordination
  • Individualized treatment plans
  • Mental health support
  • Mindfulness-based psychoeducational groups
  • Outpatient medication-assisted treatments
  • Psychiatric services
  • Trauma–informed care