- Addiction Recovery Treatment
Turning Point is co-occurring capable meaning that individuals who have substance use disorders and co-occurring mental illnesses are welcome. Methods of payment include most insurances, many county/state funded programs and self pay. Turning Point serves approximately 2000 people annually. All services provided are accredited by Joint Commission and licensed by the State of Michigan.
The Sub-acute Medical Detoxification unit provides peer support, Master’s level therapists, and medical care for individuals who present a need for supervised withdrawal from alcohol and drug abuse. Medical staff, including physicians, are available twenty-four hours per day, seven days per week. The average length of stay is three to five days.
This level of care is designed to stabilize and treat individuals who have a substance use disorder or are in need of a co-occurring capable service. This service offers an intense level of care with a seven day per week clinical treatment regimen. Individualized treatment plans utilize group therapy, educational lectures, AA/NA meetings, continuing care planning and referral. The length of stay generally ranges from five to thirty days.
These non-residential services offer individuals who are clinically appropriate the ability to carry on their daily responsibilities and attend group/individual therapy and educational lectures multiple times throughout the week. This therapy is designed to be a beginning of a continuation of treatment in order to allow individuals to further develop the skills to maintain long term recovery.