Turning Point, the New Haven, Conn.-based organization that uses a phased reintegration model to offer innovative aftercare support to young men in early recovery, has announced the acquisition of a new Phase I property that will enhance the organization’s recreational options for residents.
Turning Point officials said this week that the 2.5-acre Stone Manor at Spring Glen site includes a sporting field that will accommodate activities such as soccer and disc golf. Turning Point integrates appealing activities such as a music studio and mixed martial arts training into its programming for young men.
The newly acquired property, which is situated on Lake Whitney in Hamden, Conn., will be used for Phase I, which represents an extension of the young resident’s primary treatment experience and includes regular individual and group therapy sessions. Turning Point’s three-phase model in which residents gradually reintegrate into a community extends over about a year.
According to Turning Point officials, the Hamden mansion has more than 6,000 square feet of residential and programming space and more than 2,000 square feet of office and conferencing space.