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Turning Point opens intensive outpatient program

December 2, 2011
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Turning Point, a provider of extended care and sober living programs for young adult men located in New Haven, Conn., has opened Center for Change, an outpatient substance abuse and behavioral health center designed for those who have recently completed a residential treatment program and require continued support or who meet criteria for treatment outside of a residential setting.

"We now have the ability to offer a higher level of clinical services to the young men transitioning to Turning Point from primary treatment programs, " said David Vieau, President and Founder of Turning Point. "Through our close relationship with Center for Change and their incredible team of professionals, we will offer every Turning Point Phase I resident nine hours of intensive outpatient programming per week tailored to meet the specific needs of the population of young men that we serve."

In addition to the individual therapy and medication management services that have traditionally been available to residents, Turning Point is now positioned to meet the needs of the growing number of dually diagnosed residents through personalized assessment, drug testing and monitoring, and various psychiatric services (including evaluations) available at Center for Change.

Designed by experienced clinicians and clinical researchers, Center for Change is a licensed outpatient facility that provides comprehensive and individualized treatment programs designed to treat both substance use disorders and associated psychological problems.

Conveniently located on the top two floors of the historic Palladium Building in the heart of New Haven's business district, Center for Change offers a nurturing environment designed to support healing and growth. Believing that the therapeutic process begins the moment the client enters through the doors, they have developed a setting that puts clients at ease and prepares them for the healing process of change.

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