Locations: Vermont's Green Mountains
What People Are Saying...
While clearing saplings, I took time to look around at all of the other crew members, from all walks of life, struggling to various degrees with their illnesses. And yet they were still pushing on to do their jobs together, and helping each other. It was great to see, and gave me inspiration that even on my worst days, there are others feeling bad but are able to push on. It helped me pick it up a notch.
Our Vermont locations in Cuttingsville and Rutland both provide integrated dual diagnosis treatment in a residential setting. The two locations allow families to choose a level of treatment and setting that best suits their needs, while still maintaining integrated treatment and services.
Two Locations With A Single Goal
At Spring Lake Ranch, we specialize in helping adults and families who are experiencing co-occurring disorders of mental illness and substance use disorder. Our two residential treatment programs, The Ranch in Cuttingsville, VT and Royce House in Rutland, VT, offer safe environments and facilities designed to promote a sense of belonging and community. Both locations also offer access to educational and work opportunities, healthcare services, and a variety of community-based activities.
The Ranch’s serene 700-acre working farm in Cuttingsville is designed to help each resident connect with their natural surroundings and a lifestyle of healthy activities.
The Royce Street Transition House residential program in Rutland is located in a Victorian residence close to downtown amenities and higher education institutions.
The Rutland-Killington Area
We’re often asked “What is there to do around here?” The answer is … plenty. The area surrounding the Vermont towns of Rutland, Manchester, Killington and Ludlow provide everything from movies, bowling, concerts, nature centers, and shopping to climbing, golf, hiking, biking, paddling, skiing and boarding.
For more information about the rich range of area amenities, explore:
About Vermont and Places to Visit with Families: Vermont Secretary of State