Services at Turning Point
Out patient Therapy - Counseling Services
Individual & Family Counseling services are provided to individuals of all ages, families, or groups in all of our locations. Clinicians who provide outpatient therapy services are appropriately licensed Professional Counselors, Clinical Social Workers or Marriage and Family Counselors. Turning Point offers a variety of Out patient services. For more information about Out Patient therapy and or our other out patient services, please click on the learn more button below.
Medication Management services are available at all of our locations. We provided services to children, adolescents and adults. A Licensed Physicians Assistant provides our Medication Management services. For more information about Medication Management and or our other out patient services, please click on the learn more button below.
SAIOP involves a series of structured individual, family, and group activities and services provided on an outpatient basis designed to assist adult and adolescent clients with addiction disorders to begin recovery and learn skills for recovery maintenance. SAIOP also informs the client about benefits, community resources and services, and services; assists the client in accessing benefits and services and monitors the provision of services. SAIOP provides education on both wellness and recovery. Click on the learn more button below to see are more detailed description of this service and or to make a referral.
Intensive In Home
Turning Point Family Service’s Intensive In-Home (IIH) program is designed to examine the current stresses within a family to help determine the underlying problems and work to increase communication and problem solving skills. The goal of this program is to strengthen the family unit and prevent future situations from becoming overwhelming and unmanageable. To find out more about this enhanced service and our other enhanced services click on the learn more button below.
Targeted Case Management
Case management (MH/SA TCM) is an activity that assists beneficiaries to gain access to necessary care: medical, behavioral, social, and other services appropriate to their needs. Case management is individualized, person-centered, empowering, comprehensive, strengths-based, and outcome-focused. The functions of case management include:
a. Case Management Assessment; b. Person-Centered Planning;
c. Referral and linkage; and
d. Monitoring and follow-up.
Community Support Team
Community Support Teams (CST) are comprised of three staff persons who meet specific education and experience requirements. This is an intensive service that provides treatment to: assist individuals to gain access to necessary services; reduce psychiatric and addiction symptoms; anddevelop optimal community living skills. To find out more about this enhanced services and our other enhanced services click on the learn more button below.
This service is designed to serve children who, as a result of their mental health and/or substance abuse treatment needs, are unable to benefit from participation in academic or vocational services at a developmentally appropriate level in a traditional school or work setting. The provider implements therapeutic interventions that are coordinated with the child’s academic or vocational services available through enrollment in an educational setting. To find out more about this enhanced service and our other enhanced services click on the learn more button below.
Foster Care Services
We believe each child should have the opportunity to remain in the community for treatment when possible. Turning Point Family Services offers a variety of Therapeutic Foster Care services. This program is a residential child placement service provided in the home of a licensed, state-approved family. Our homes receive specialized, intensive training to be able to work with children and adolescents with mental health and behavioral needs. Click on the learn more button below to see a detailed list of what we offer and or to make a referral.
Peer Support Services are structured and scheduled activities for adults age eighteen (18) and older with a diagnosis of Mental Health and Substance Use disorders. Peer Supports are provided by Peer Support staff. Peer Support Service is an individualized, recovery-focused service that allows individuals the opportunity to learn to manage their own recovery and advocacy process. Interventions of Peer Support staff serve to enhance the development of natural supports, as well as coping and self management skills. Interventions of Peer Support staff may also provide supportive services to assist an individual in community re-entry following hospitalization.