Turning Point has expanded its program menu to meet the acute need for trauma stabilization services for women. This program is designed to deliver highly individualized treatment for women severely impacted by traumatic experiences. Patients receive a full range of treatment services which includes daily group therapy, recreation therapy and three individual sessions per week.
At Turning Point, we recognize that addiction often a coping skill for traumatic
experiences in one’s past. A traumatic experience can take any form and is deemed to be
traumatic based on the response that an individual has to the experience. When the experience is so scarring that the mind begins searching for ways to cope, it is possible to develop unhealthy coping skills and, when one has a tendency for substance use disorder, an addiction to alcohol or chemical substances may develop.
In the Turning Point trauma program, we believe firmly that it is possible to reclaim power from a traumatic experience and to cope with it in a positive manner. During a patient’s stay at the Women’s Trauma Program, we work through trauma and to explain the neurological ways in which such experiences can impact your daily life. We will help you to develop a healthy plan for dealing with trauma and to regain the life that you deserve.
Inpatients reside in the secure Women’s Lodge at our main campus, and when appropriate, patients will transition to the Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) for longer-term care. The Partial Hospitalization Program facility adjoins a local apartment complex where our patients travel from their homes to treatment in a secure manner. This program features highly skilled counseling and nursing staff as well as access to discharge planning services.
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.