Turning Point provides a full continuum of care for patients’ admission into inpatient treatment to outpatient treatment and finally to discharge. We offer a number of treatment programs including:
All of our patients begin at the inpatient level of care, either detox or rehab, and then can transition into our Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient services.
Our staff has extensive training in both addiction and psychiatric disorders, so patients who are dually diagnosed will be treated by professionals who are not only caring and compassionate, but are also greatly experienced in the field.
The clinical staff at Turning Point consists of board-certified psychiatrists, internal medicine physicians, social workers, counselors, nurses, recreational therapists and mental health technicians. This staff works closely with discharge planning staff to provide an integrated and comprehensive treatment experience while at Turning Point.
Turning Point is a proud partner of the Southwest Georgia Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). For several years, we have served as the Gold Sponsor of the Southwest Georgia NAMI Walk fundraiser. Many of our clinicians have presented at local NAMI meetings, and we focus a good deal of our staff fundraising efforts on support for our local chapter.
Turning Point works closely with the Colquitt County Accountability Court to provide treatment as an alternative for incarceration for non-violent drug offenders within the Colquitt County court system. By diverting appropriate candidates for this program to Turning Point, Colquitt County has been able to provide a path to rehabilitation for several citizens.
Turning Point 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.