Turning Point, Inc. has been a drug and alcohol rehab facility located in Paterson, NJ since 1975. We are accredited by the Commission on Alcoholism and Drug De…
Turning Point, Inc. has been a drug and alcohol rehab facility located in Paterson, NJ since 1975. We are accredited by the Commission on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence and have serviced clients across the nation since that time. If you or a family member is struggling with an addiction to drugs, alcohol, or prescriptions, contact us to begin the road to sobriety. We provide personalized treatment programs and highly compassionate support. We want to help you turn your life around, and we’ll work hard to get you there. Here’s what our services include:
When individuals, couples, families and children experience alcohol abuse, they can literally feel like they are drowning. They can experience physical symptoms such as headaches, nausea, diarrhea, dizziness, and heart palpitations. These symptoms are often mistaken for simple flu symptoms. The trauma and effects of alcohol abuse can be devastating. Some of the symptoms of alcohol abuse include: depression, paranoia, violent behavior, sexual dysfunction, social withdrawal, extreme optimism (hopelessness), extreme guilt, emotional numbness, feeling “lonely”, distorted perceptions, distorted reality, and severe mood swings. Most people will go through a period of struggling with alcohol abuse; however, it’s important to note that successful alcohol abuse treatment requires ongoing care and treatment.
Inpatient treatment is when a patient enters a detoxification facility where they are given the assistance they need to successfully recover from their alcoholism or other substance abuse. The majority of our patients come to our facility seeking outpatient treatment, however, inpatient treatment is also available for those who choose to participate in our twelve-step program. Inpatient treatment can consist of detox at a community or hospital setting or residential treatment in a private facility. We offer detox, counseling, group therapy, support groups, and education.