Whether relaxing by the fire in the parlor, curled up with a book in the sitting room, or sipping a cup of tea on the cozy covered porch, our Phase I residents definitely feel at home in our historic Victorian mansion.
Truly a “home away from home” this nurturing sober house environment supports healing and growth. Boasting twelve-foot ceilings, decorative molding in every room, deep window sills, beautiful natural materials and intricate carvings, every detail will fascinate and inspire.
We’ve also chosen the larger community with care. Halfway house residents enjoy all of the benefits of a small, vibrant and welcoming New England city. New Haven offers galleries, museums, theaters, cultural events, Yale University, along with numerous educational and employment opportunities.
Best of all, New Haven, Connecticut is home to one of the strongest recovery communities in the northeast with over two hundred 12-Step meetings to choose from each week.
The former location of Warner Hardware, a New Haven landmark for over 100 years, One Grand Avenue is sober house living at its finest. Acquired by Turning Point in 2006, the building was renovated over a three year period and serves as the hub for Phase III activities.
Accommodating our music recording studio, two large group rooms and five stunning residential units, few sober living facilities in the country can compare. The Phase III residential units feature 12 foot ceilings, exotic hardwood flooring, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, flat screen televisions, internet access and dramatic waterfront views up and down the Quinnipiac River.
Located on the eastern edge of New Haven, the Quinnipiac River community is one of New England’s cherished early American maritime villages; an area that blends the beauty of a traditional town with the diversity, convenience and style of a new urban center.
Encompassing a national and local historic district, the Quinnipiac River community reflects the charm of its rich heritage and river locale. The streets boast brightly colored houses and distinct architecture, while the river provides breezes, beauty and views accented by boats from the neighborhood’s marinas, canoe launch and active shellfish businesses. Great restaurants and flower shops shop add to the community’s unique flavor.
Our Morris Cove facility is an exquisitely restored colonial style home set on over an acre of landscaped grounds. Featuring a wrap-around rear deck, flat screen televisions in every bedroom and easy access to public transportation, Morris Cove is an ideal place for our Phase II residents to call home.
Located on New Haven’s easternmost area, Morris Cove hugs the shoreline of New Haven Harbor and Long Island Sound. It includes East Shore Park, Fort Nathan Hale, and Lighthouse Point Park, public spaces which provide access to the shoreline for swimming, fishing, hiking and recreation.
Morris Cove is primarily residential featuring single family homes and modern condo developments. The architecture is predominantly Pre-war Tudor revival and also features colonial and ranch styles. Waterfront homes and local marinas for power and sail boating are available here as well.
East Rock offers our Phase III residents a sober house living with a townhouse look and feel within close proximity to coffee shops, neighborhood gourmet markets, houses of worship, schools, parks and numerous 12-Step meetings.
The majestic red basalt cliffs of East Rock Park dominate this section of the city, giving the name to this area immediately to the east of the Yale campus. The scenic drive to reach the peak, 359-feet high, offers a spectacular perspective of the city and a number of places to picnic. This area is often referred to as “Grad Haven” because of the large number of Yale graduate and professional students who live there, but it is also home to many faculty members, staff and local residents.
Turning Point sober houses provide transitional living for young men in a small city with a rich cultural heritage in New England. Halfway house living that really feels like a home.