Below are some frequently asked questions regarding Turning Point. If you require additional information or have questions not addressed here, please call 1-800-342-1075 or 229-985-4815.
- Is Turning Point accredited?
- What insurance options are available?
- What happens when I arrive at Turning Point?
- What type of treatment might I expect?
- When can I arrive at Turning Point?
- What is a typical day like in the treatment program?
- What types of accommodations are available?
- What ages do you accept for treatment?
- Do you only treat alcohol and substance abuse?
- What happens when treatment ends?
Yes! We are TRICARE-approved, Medicare-certified and accredited by The Joint Commission.
Turning Point accepts the following:
- Commercial Insurance (BCBS, UHC, CIGNA, Aetna, etc.)
- Georgia Medicaid Managed Care
- Self Pay
Our dedicated staff at Turning Point will work closely with patients and their families to investigate all payment options.
If you have questions about services covered under your insurance, please call us at 1-800-342-1075.
Learn more about insurance options.
After you are welcomed by our staff, an evaluation begins the process, starting with a clinical interview, physical exam, psychosocial assessment and a chemical-use evaluation.
The professional staff makes a recommendation explaining your options, which may consist of inpatient care, partial hospitalization, long-term residential care and/or outpatient therapy.
We offer 24-hour service. Transportation is available.
Group and individual therapy sessions are scheduled to complement your treatment plan. A dining room and community areas allow for interaction with other clients.
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All rooms are semi-private with a private bathroom and are designed to be comfortable and relaxing to allow you a place to reflect and better your recovery.
Treatment is available to males and females ages 18 and older.
No, we have a mental health unit for patients who suffer with mental illness. Also, we are able to treat those who require “dual diagnosis” care — combining cognitive behavioral therapy with the 12-step philosophy for sobriety.