Below is a list of recovery support resources on Martha's Vineyard. For COVID updated meetings for virtual recovery programs click here.
Women's Christian, non-denominational, 12-step meeting meets Fridays at 7 p.m. at the First Baptist Parish Hall, Vineyard Haven. For information, call 508-693-0376.
Counseling Outreach & Referral for the Elderly
For people 55 and over CORE provides free mental health assessments, short-term counseling, care coordination, home visits, referrals to resources, support groups and referrals to Martha's Vineyard Community Services. Call 508-693-7900 or click here for more information.
Martha’s Vineyard Hospital Substance Use Disorder Dept.
Resources and referrals to services that support a substance-free lifestyle. Consultations available 24/7. Call 508-684-4600.
A 12-step program for people with common desire to maintain abstinence from marijuana. Meetings Tuesdays at noon, First Baptist Church Annex, William St, Vineyard Haven.
Meditation/Recovery Support Group
Discussion group in the tradition of integrating the 12-steps and the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism. Call 508-696-9479.
Peer Recovery Support Center
Peer-Based Recovery Support Center offering resources and activities to support a substance-free, healthy, and joy-filled lifestyle. Peers with lived-experience help to guide and support new members on their new journey in recovery. Call 508-693-2900 or click here for more information. Follow the Peer Recovery Support Center on Facebook.
A Recovery Coach is actively involved in helping the participant explore their relationship with substance use and establish a foundation of living life without substances.
A mindfulness-based addiction recovery support group that practices and utilizes Buddhist philosophy as the foundation for the recovery process. 508-693-7900
A sober living residence that provides housing for Island men and women in need of a safe living environment while they are in the early stages of recovery. The campus in Vineyard Haven can accommodate up to 18 men and 7 women. Residents pay rent to live in a supportive environment and are expected to work, attend 12 step meetings and contribute in other ways to the community. Call 508-693-8580 or click here more information.