- Associated Press - Wednesday, May 3, 2017

BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - Vermont’s two residential drug treatment centers have increased the number of available beds for inpatient treatment and are taking referrals after a third center closed this year.

Valley Vista and Recovery House’s new 19-bed program in Vergennes is for women age 18 and up. Valley Vista also will continue to operate its existing 72-bed facility in Bradford.

The Rutland County based Recovery House network, which serves clients from around the state, has begun transitioning its Grace House beds to provide residential care, in addition to the existing Serenity House beds in Wallingford. The Grace House facility has 10 beds and the Serenity House facility has 24 beds.

The services are being offered after Maple Leaf Treatment Center in Underhill and Colchester closed.

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