Addiction is complicated and effects everyone differently. Many young men who receive treatment for addiction also have co-occurring disorders such as anxiety, depression, ADHD or other conditions that interfere with recovery. If these disorders are not managed appropriately after inpatient treatment, sobriety may be at risk. That’s why the work that begins during inpatient treatment continues at Turning Point.
Our success reintegrating young men back into the real world stems from a highly effective care model that combines graduated sober living with comprehensive addiction treatment services. It’s a model that merges a decade of experience working with young men and numerous studies that have conclusively demonstrated that the longer an individual is engaged in treatment, the better the outcome.
The treatment services provided at our outpatient treatment facility, Center for Change, encompass the mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions of recovery. The general flow of services is from more intensive treatment activities in Phase I to a greater focus on integrative sober lifestyle and community activities as they transition to Phase II and III.
• Stages of Change
• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
• Brain-In-Environment Perspective
• Developmental Theory
• Acceptance and Commitment Theory
The treatment team at Center for Change includes psychologists, professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, and clinical social workers, all of whom specialize in the treatment of young adults with chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders.
• Substance Abuse Assessment & Treatment Planning
• Intensive Outpatient Program (Phase I only)
• Outpatient Groups (Phase II & III)
• Individual Therapy
• Medication Management
• Laboratory-supported Drug Testing and Monitoring
• Psychological Assessments & Testing
Turning Point’s location in New Haven Connecticut provides easy access to major clinical and research institutions such as Yale-New Haven Hospital and UCONN Medical Center.