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Admissions

Intake and Admissions

Who We Serve

We treat adults, male and female, seeking substance abuse and/or psychiatric services. We provide treatment for alcoholism; substance abuse and various mental health diagnoses including, but not limited to depression, schizophrenia and anxiety. We also provide specialized treatment to patients with a dual diagnosis of a primary mental health disorder and chemical dependency. Additionally, we treat substance abuse patients who are on dialysis.

Turning Point treats males and females ages 18 and older who live with psychiatric disorders and/or substance abuse. We also provide treatment for dialysis-dependent patients. These patients receive the same level of psychiatric and substance abuse services, and our program can be extremely effective for those desiring to qualify for an organ transplant.

These conditions listed are not meant to be exhaustive. If you have any questions about whether Turning Point Care Center is the right place for you to be treated, call us at 800-342-1075.

Assessments and Evaluations

  • 24-hour access
  • No-cost assessments provided

Turning Point offers 24-hour access to an emergency receiving facility for the treatment of behavioral health problems.

Behavioral health care begins with an evaluation comprised of a clinical interview, a physical exam, a psychosocial assessment and a chemical-use evaluation.

Once an evaluation is completed, our professional staff works with each patient to create an individualized treatment plan. This treatment plan is explained to the patient and may include specific recommendations for inpatient care, Partial Hospitalization, long-term residential care or outpatient therapy.

It’s Never Too Late

Turning Point Care Center provides a full continuum of care, from inpatient through to outpatient, for adults struggling with chemical dependency, acute psychiatric disorders or a dual diagnosis of both. Our intake and admissions department accepts referrals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To make a referral or request an assessment, call 800-342-1075.