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A field will grow into something beautiful if you work that field.

Rhino Foods has been very fortunate to partner with Working Fields for the past several years. We firmly believe that everyone deserves a second, and sometimes a third chance and Mickey and his company have been instrumental in helping us find people that are looking for that chance. We are proud to have several of Mickey’s associates as full-time workers at Rhinos!

Lori Miller, Human Resource Generalist
Rhino Foods

We believe recovery is possible and everyone deserves a second chance.

Working Fields is a mission-driven staffing agency that works for associates and employers alike. We place dedicated associates in a wide variety of industries and roles throughout Vermont in Chittenden, Franklin, Addison, and Rutland counties.

Our associates are reliable and committed. Primarily individuals in recovery from substance use addiction, our associates are thoroughly vetted, carefully matched to jobs, and receive ongoing support in a unique recovery coaching model. Because of our associates’ commitment to their future, they are highly motivated to get back on track. Recovery coaching sets our associates up for successful employment because we support all aspects of their recovery.

Together, Working Fields partners with employers to give our associates the opportunity for a second chance.



02Dec 2019

Friends of Recovery Vermont invites you to Recovery Collective Open House!

Please join us Wednesday, December 11th from 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm in Montpelier, for the December Recovery Collective. This will be a special Open House to celebrate and thank the recovery community for all their work in 2019! We will take some time to briefly discuss Recovery Vermont’s programming and. . .
25Nov 2019

Seeking Recovery Coaches

Working Fields is seeking Recovery Coaches for part-time recovery coaching assignments in Chittenden and Franklin Counties.  Please apply to . .
28Oct 2019

SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER: The Stigma, the Ripple, and How Vermont is Leading the Way

Part of our Community Conversation Series, this panel discussion features: facilitator Fran Stoddard, Media Producer for Vermont Public Television, Vermont Public Radio, and WVNY-TV; Dr. Mark Levine, Vermont Commissioner of Health; Kate O'Neill, Journalist and Author of the Seven Days series "Hooked" on the Vermont opioid crisis; Bess O'Brien, Filmmaker. . .