8829 Centre Street Ste. 200,
Southaven, MS 38671
24 Hour Helpline: 888-512-3309
Phone: 662-280-5758 or 901-672-8038
Office Hours: 9am to 5pm M-F
Adults: Our adult programs are uniquely designed to meet our clients where they are in their lives. We offer evening programming so individuals may continue to work in most cases while getting the help they need.
Adolescents: Our therapists have extensive and lengthy experience in working with adolescents and their families. We know that to be effective the parents and the child must learn new skills and demonstrate the ability to use them. Therefore, we require parental involvement at least one night per week and in individual/family therapy.
Substance Abuse/Addiction: Dependence or Abuse of any of the following: Alcohol and/or drugs including but not limited to opiates, Xanax, Cocaine, Crack Cocaine, Lortabs, Oxycontin, Oxycodone, Crystal Methamphetamines, Marijuana, Heroin. Spice and other synthetic drugs.
Mental Health: Mental health issues from stress to depression, excessive anxiety, Bipolar Disorder and other mood disorders. We also treat behavioral problems such as anger and impulse control issues as well as personality disorders.
Co-Occurring Disorders: Often times substance and mental health issues occur at the same time which requires specialized treatment to ensure successful outcomes. This is known as treatment of Co-occurring Disorders.
Marriages and Families: A treatment plan is not complete until the Family is involved and that is why The Turning Point Recovery places such a strong emphasis on this vital dynamic. Since addiction is a family disease the healing that takes place in recovery permeates the family system too. Unfortunately many family members never join the recovery process and become lost when the healing changes take place.
We at The Turning Point Recovery are invested in the family program as a pivotal part of the treatment and recovery process. It is our belief that families must be given the opportunity to heal and develop the tools necessary to successfully negotiate the tenuous dynamic changes that take place during recovery. We believe that addiction is a family disease and recovery is a process of family healing.