VERONA, NJ – Turning Point has relocated its treatment services for
alcoholism, drug addiction, and their co-occurring disorders after serving
more than 30,000 individuals from Essex and other New Jersey counties
at its Hilltop home in Cedar Grove for 31 years.
Individuals in need of addiction treatment and co-occurring mental health
services are now being treated at Turning Point’s facility in Secaucus,
which has 74 beds: 12 for men and women clients who are undergoing detoxification,
38 for men in short-term treatment, and 24 for men receiving long-term
treatment as part of the New Jersey Drug Court Initiative. In addition,
Turning Point is providing short-term treatment for addictions and their
co-occurring disorders for 24 women at Saint Clare’s Hospital in Boonton.
While Turning Point continues its search for a permanent facility that
will allow it to return to or exceed its 2005 capacity of 142 beds and
consolidate all of its operations under one roof, its administrative offices
have temporarily relocated to 96 Pompton Avenue, Suite B, in Verona.