RESIDENTIAL & INPATIENT SERVICES
Turning Point Residential Treatment
Manager: Ed Campbell
Phone: (707) 284-2950
Turning Point Residential Program offers co-ed and gender-specific services, with a specialized treatment track intended for those with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse problems. Additional treatment tracks include:
- Working Adults Program (for individuals seeking intensive treatment while maintaining their employment) and an
- Opiate Addictions Program (in coordination with Narcotic Replacement Therapy, such as Methadone or Suboxone).
Core components of residential treatment at Turning Point includes initial participant assessment/placement, individual, collateral/family and group counseling, case management and individualized treatment planning, mental health evaluation and short-term on-site counseling support as warranted, as well as services focusing on life skills such as maintaining health, building and maintaining socially supportive relationships, recognizing and preventing substance abuse relapse, avoiding violence and criminal behavior, recognizing and shifting self-defeating thinking and behavior pattern, parenting skills and stress management and improved coping skills, as well as direct linkages for community resources for employment readiness and application, resume preparation, budgeting, housing and social support, educational and/or vocational training, healthcare and nutrition, ongoing mental health support and child care, if needed. Additional groups focus on coping skills and stress management assists participants in identifying alternatives for recreation, building supportive relationships with family members and children, and improving overall wellness.
HOPE HEALTH HEALING
It is BIOGENETIC
It is a PRIMARY Illness
- You don't choose to acquire it.
- A family history of drug/alcohol problems puts you at greater risk.
It is a CHRONIC Illness
- If you have chemical dependency, it's not a symptom of some other problem.
- If you have chemical dependency and other problems, your chemical dependency will interfere with treatment for other problems unless the chemical dependency is also treated.
It is a PROGRESSIVE Illness
- It won't go away because you ignore it, don't like it or don't want to believe you have it.
- It's not "just a phase".
If left Untreated, Addiction can be FATAL
- Without treatment it will eventually get worse.
- It usually gets worse more quickly for women and young people.
- Drinking and driving
- Overdose/alcohol poisoning
- Organ Failure