We Offer Hope.

At Turning Point Center for Youth and Family Development in Fort Collins, CO, we offer hope. If you’re frustrated and don’t know what to do or where to turn, the programs at Turning Point may be right for your child and your family.

New! Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program may be an alternative to a youth residential treatment program. Your child can get the help he or she needs while staying at home. Learn more about the program.

Turning Point’s Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program, in-house services, and outpatient therapy and counseling services in Fort Collins and Greeley can turn lives around for youth and young adults who are struggling with behavior or mental health issues. We offer a broad range of programs for at-risk youth and young adults, offering help and hope for youth and their families.

We Help Youth, Parents, and Families

Is Your Child Experiencing Any of These?

Family conflict

Poor social skills

Erratic moods

Prolonged sadness

Depression, apathy, or withdrawal

Out-of-control anger


Low self-esteem

Lack of emotional bonding

Argumentative attitude

Disruptive school behavior

Difficulty being motivated

School attendance problems

Below-average performance in school

Defiant attitude toward rules and authority

Contact with the legal system


Turning Point Can Help

Youth programs include our Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program, outpatient therapy and counseling, and other in-home services. Learn more about our programs and services for youth within our full continuum of care.


Contact us by calling 970.221.0999 or completing our outpatient referral form.


A counselor will talk with you about the needs of your child and your family.


Once we determine that Turning Point can help, a therapist will create a treatment plan that works with your family’s needs to get your child back on the right track.

For Referral Agencies

Turning Point offers a broad range of outpatient behavior and mental health treatment options for teens and families. Contact us to speak with an admissions counselor or complete our outpatient referral form.

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