To support program costs for our clients in residential treatment, State and Federal funds are provided by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) along with the following PIHPs:
Our recovery housing program is for individuals in need of a sober, structured and transitional living environment. Recovery housing provides the necessary structure to help guide individuals new to recovery into a lifelong path of freedom. This environment is developed through recovery couching, random drug screens, support groups and other necessary rules and regulations.
Recovery house program is up to 90 days in length.
All recovery housing at Turning Point is funded through OCHN. Therefore, individuals must qualify for funding through OCHN.
Turning Point is committed to helping individuals who have experienced the bondage and consequences from a life of crime and substance abuse. Unfortunately, too often individuals who struggle with substance abuse end up with a criminal record. Our initiative provides housing services to help individuals transition from prison to independent living.
Residents must be referred by their parole agent.
Turning Point is dedicated to maintaining a non-threatening treatment environment where clients can explore traumatic experiences and identify what has happened to them versus what is wrong with them.
The clinical staff is adequately trained in trauma informed care and a continuing education curriculum is created by the executive director each fiscal year which is geared towards ongoing trauma education. Units of trauma informed education include: trauma and the brain, screening and assessment, treatment intervention, the prevalence and impact of trauma, recovery from trauma, empowerment, and seeking safety training.
In January of 2015, Turning Point Recovery Centers signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Bloomfield Internal Medicine Associates to provide Medicine Assisted Recovery for our clients. Their nurse dispenses Vivitrol on site at both facilities. Many clients have received their second dose while still in treatment. Clients are provided a list of Vivitrol providers in their area and encouraged to schedule a follow up appointment. They also provide nicotine replacement medications and general health care services.
Psychiatric Services: For out-patient psychiatric services we have a long standing (MOU) with a local psychiatrist to provide psychiatric evaluations and prescribe psychotropic medication if needed.
In addition to having a primary counselor while in residential treatment, we have Peer Recovery Coaches on duty to help clients with their needs. The first thing our coaches do is sit down with the client and identify their barriers to recovery. Along with the client, a plan is developed on how to over come some of their barriers while still in treatment. Very common barriers include no access to medical care including dental and vision.
Our coaches help clients find resources in the community to take care of those medical needs. Many clients also need help understanding the steps to getting a copy of their birth certificate and state issued ID. Outside meetings and rallies are also a great resource which our coaches help provide transportation to and from. Life Skills classes are taught once per week to help educate clients on how to create and maintain a budget, using bank accounts including debit cards, credit history, and job seeking skills. Our coaches strive to help guide the clients in overcoming all barriers to a successful recovery.
Completion House, Inc.
dba Turning Point Recovery Centers
For Drug and Alcohol Treatment Programs
Effective December 16, 2014
THIS NOTICE DESCRIBES HOW PERSONAL AND MEDICAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOU MAY BE USED AND DISCLOSED AND HOW YOU CAN GET ACCESS TO THIS INFORMATION. PLEASE REVIEW CAREFULLY.
Understanding the type of information we have. We get information about you when you are admitted for treatment at one of our facilities.
Our Privacy Commitment to You. We do care about your privacy. The information we collect about you is private. We are required to give you a notice of our privacy practices. Only people who have both the need and the legal right may see your information. Unless you have given us permission in writing, we will only disclose your information for purposes of treatment, payment, business operations or when we are required by law to do so.
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Completion house, Inc.
Pontiac, MI 48342
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