Join Our Team
The Chittenden County Opioid Alliance is seeking a full-time Executive Director to reduce the burdens of opioids in our community by creating a coordinated system of care to prevent addiction, treat individuals and their families suffering from substance use disorder and support recovery. Our ideal candidate is a collaborative, enthusiastic, self-starter who has strong experience facilitating and aligning efforts among diverse organizations and individuals under one structure.
The position will remain open until filled. Send letter of interest and resume (with references and contact information) in one pdf or word file to Charlie Baker. No phone calls, please.
There are many existing substance abuse resources available in the Chittenden County community:
- Vermont Substance Use Disorder Treatment & Recovery Directory »
- Substance Use Disorders Treatment Options »
- Substance Use Disorder Resources & Materials »
- What is Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)? »
- Drug Take-Back »
- Vermont 2-1-1 »
- Family Programs »
- Recovery Services in Vermont »
- In an emergency, dial 911
Weekly Update Newsletter Archive
The Chittenden County Opioid Alliance publishes a weekly newsletter. Please Note: Data shared in newsletters is considered point-in-time and may not reflect most recent figures.
- GE HealthyCities Working Recovery Team Presentation | June 2017 | Learn More »
- Dental clinic at Turning Point Center highlights collaboration on opioid crisis | March 2017 | Learn More »
- Delta Dental Plan of Vermont supports the Chittenden County Opioid Alliance | January 2017 | Learn More »
- Chittenden County Opioid Alliance Data Manger Hired | October 2016 | Learn More »
- GE Awards CCOA $25,000 for HealthyCities Leadership Academy | October 2016 | Learn More »
- Chittenden County Opioid Alliance Project Director Hired | July 2016 | Learn More
The Chittenden County Opioid Alliance is a collaborative partnership with local non-profit social service agencies, state and local government, UVM Medical Center, business leaders, and community members in Chittenden County to reduce the opioid crisis and the burden it brings to our community. CCOA is funded by the UVM Medical Center, the Stiller Family Foundation through the United Way of Northwest Vermont, and by the Green Mountain Care Board through State Innovation Model funds.