Turning Point was established as an emergency shelter for youth in the juvenile justice system in 1967. It has grown to become a multi-service agency offering a continuum of services including:
- Short and long-term intensive residential substance abuse treatment for teens
- Crisis intervention services
- Adolescent day treatment programs
- Outpatient therapies and treatment
- Coaching and mentoring programs
- Individualized education
Today, Turning Point is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. We are dedicated to turning lives around for youth needing substance abuse treatment, help with behavior or mental health issues, or a combination. We offer the broadest range of programs from outpatient services to intensive residential treatment, offering help and hope for youth and their families.
Our programs give youth the skills to make better decisions and healthier life choices. Services such as therapeutic treatment and support combine to offer a brighter future for each of the kids in our care.
We provide direct clinical intervention services to address behavioral health and substance abuse issues for high-risk youth, ultimately teaching them to make healthy life choices and smarter decisions.
Throughout Turning Point’s history, the agency has adjusted programming to respond to growing community needs. Today our fastest growing programs include Adolescent Day Treatment, which includes outpatient therapeutic services combined with individualized education. In-home therapies involve our therapists meeting with clients and their families in their own homes. We have also developed a mentoring program for youth in need of added direction, life skills development and help with life transitions.
Our well-qualified staff and extensive continuum of care combined with our four decades of experience allow us to better treat youth using the programs and services they need, no matter the intensity of their troubles and challenges. Please feel free to review our Form 990.
Turning Point Continuum of Care
Least Restrictive to Most Restrictive Mental Health and Substance Abuse Programs and Services