Turning Point (TP) is a low-intensity residential program providing men and women, who have completed a high-intensity treatment program, the opportunity to further enhance and strengthen their recovery through a 3-6 month lower intensity transitional living experience with daily treatment (using ASAM Criteria to determine level of care). TP is a structured, safe, sober environment which functions as a transition point for individuals to gradually integrate back into the community while continuing to engage in treatment activities daily.
Treatment components include:
- group and individual counseling
- full-time employment
- attendance at self-help meetings (AA, NA, HA, CA)
- intensive relapse prevention track
- offensive recovery education
The major focus of this program is to facilitate the development of recovery supports in the community, as well as integration back into community life in general. The program, staff, and clients are significantly networked into the recovery community, which provides recovery supports for individuals while in treatment, and most importantly, post treatment.