At Turning Point, we strive to provide a total continuum of care for individuals undergoing treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. Our services are designed to promote wholeness, health, and well-being for all of our patients. We understand that our patients’ needs are diverse, and our services are diverse in reflection of that fact.
Our Transitional Living services address one aspect of many patients’ journeys. This residences allow recovering substance abusers to regain the ability to live in society. Our transitional residences at Turning Point are hosted at our Anderson House locations.Turning Point offers two transitional sober residences at our Anderson House locations in Hunterdon County, NJ for recovering women who have successfully completed a halfway house or longer-term addiction treatment program. Residents share an attractive newly-renovated home with four or five other supportive recovering women as they continue their journey to long-term recovery and transition to an independent living situation. For more information, please call Turning Point and request Ext. 212.
These residences enable patients to live independently in a completely sober environment.
Since opening our doors in 1975, Turning Point has served approximately 50,000 patients throughout the state of New Jersey. We combine various methods to create unique plans that are individualized to the needs of our patients, taking into account their physical, psychological, spiritual, and social needs. We ensure that our patients are immersed in an environment that is supportive, structured, and welcoming. Call Turning Point to learn more about our transitional living residences and the other drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs we provide to patients in New Jersey.
Prior to our opening in 1975, New Jersey residents had to attend substance abuse treatment in upstate New York if they could not afford private residential programs. Over the years, Turning Point has continued to adapt to the needs of our patients. In 2003, our achievements were recognized by the National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence of New Jersey and the White House’s National Office on Demand Reduction when we were named the treatment program to model in launching President Bush’s faith-based anti-drug initiative.
The admissions process at Turning Point for our various programs involves: