Our Approach

We understand that addiction and mental health illness impact individuals differently.

Our Addiction Program is Different than a Traditional 12-Step Program

Our compassionate team treats addiction as a chronic, progressive disease. And because our team understands that addiction is a disease that impacts individuals differently, we provide a variety of Behavioral Therapies and Medication-Assisted Treatment options when appropriate.

At Turning Point Centers, we provide an integrated system of care that utilizes best clinical and medical practices, comprehensive patient measurement and engagement tools, and systems that ensure everyone receives a complete, individualized course of treatment.

Millions of Americans are living with a Mental Illness – We are Here to Help

Our experienced mental health professionals believe that with the appropriate support and quality of care, individuals affected by mental illness can learn to live healthy, fulfilling lives. We understand the importance of educating individuals on the most effective ways to take care of their body and mind so they can live their best life.

Mental health is an incredibly important part of overall health. At Turning Point Centers, our clinical team assesses each individual and creates a personalized treatment plan. Our goal is to help individuals heal as quickly as possible. Today is the day to make your mental health a priority.

Primary Mental Health

Our primary mental health programs treat individuals with the following conditions:

  • Anxiety
  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Depression
  • Dissociative Identity Disorders
  • Gender Dysphoria
  • Mild Learning Disorders
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
  • Personality Disorders
  • Sleep-Wake Disorders
  • Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders
  • Trauma and Stressor-Related Disorders

Physician-Directed Care

We provide Physician-Directed treatment along a continuum of care including residential treatment, day treatment, intensive and general outpatient, sober living, and a lifetime of aftercare. The role of the physician is to assess for any medical needs that should be incorporated into treatment, provide medically-assisted treatment interventions, monitor the patient during the phases of treatment, monitor co-occurring conditions, and become the long-term source of assistance to maintain a patient’s recovery. This does not mean that our entirety of care is primarily provided by a physician, but that a physician assumes the responsibility for directing the patient through the entirety of the treatment process.

Non-12-Step Approach

Our program is different than a traditional 12-step treatment program. We provide an integrated system of care that utilizes best clinical and medical practices, comprehensive patient measurement and engagement tools, and systems that ensure each individual receives a complete, individualized course of treatment. Because we see addiction as a multi-faceted disease that impacts different aspects of an individual’s well-being, we provide a variety of behavioral therapies, physician-directed care, and Medication-Assisted Treatment when clinically indicated. This combination is more effective than any single non-12-step approach.

As we work with individuals in the process of recovery, we keep in mind the ultimate goal is not abstinence. In fact, abstinence is only the first step to stabilize the brain and start the process of healing. Once stabilized, we help the individual work toward the goal of preventing relapse.

Family Therapy

We have found family group sessions are beneficial for both individuals in treatment and their loved ones. As ongoing family therapy sessions occur, relationships improve, safety is created, judgments are cast aside, and individuals and families are more willing to work together helping support and maintain recovery. While in treatment, individuals participate in both weekly individual and family therapy sessions.
Individuals and their families work with our therapists to:

  • Identify and change maladaptive behaviors that have supported addiction
  • Learn effective ways to support each other during and after recovery
  • Help family members find ways to forgive, trust, and heal from the negative impact of the addiction

Our family therapy sessions also include weekly psycho-education groups, led by clinicians, where individuals and their families learn more on topics such as:

  • Understanding addiction as a chronic, progressive, brain disease and the need for a holistic treatment
  • The importance of self-care, positive rewards and the value of a support community on the road to recovery
  • Choice, accountability and stages of change
  • Understanding addiction as a family disease; understanding addiction’s effects on different family members as well as on the family dynamics, structure, roles and boundaries
  • Creating a safe family environment for all
  • Effective tools for the whole family to cope with addiction
  • Celebrating and maintaining recovery

Additional information about us.

  • Affirmative Therapy with LGBTQ+
  • Case Managers Assigned to each Program Participant
  • Chef-prepared Nutritious, Gourmet Meals
  • Family Therapy (weekly sessions)
  • Group Therapy (25 hours per week)
  • Gym with Racquetball and Basketball Courts
  • Life Skills Training
  • Lifetime Aftercare for Program Graduates (No Additional Cost)
  • Mindfulness, Meditation and Sweat Lodge
  • One-on-one counseling (multiple sessions per week)
  • Personalized Therapy with Master’s Level Therapists
  • Private Rooms are Available
  • Recovery Gym Membership
  • Recreational Therapy including: Art, Yoga, and Rope Therapy
  • Transition into a Sober Community
  • Vibrant Alumni Community
Nationally Accredited Programs
For more than 15 years, our nationally accredited programs have helped individuals and their loved ones learn to live healthy and fulfilling lives while experiencing all benefits of healing and recovery.
  • The Joint Commission (JCAHO) Gold Seal of Approval