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Turning Point of Tampa has helped thousands find recovery. As an in-network facility, we are able and committed to helping you find the life you deserve.
The admissions staff at Turning Point of Tampa is made up of experienced and qualified professionals. Their mission is to determine the needs of each individual and make the admissions process as smooth and as easy as possible.
From the moment you pick up the phone, the admissions staff at Turning Point of Tampa are committed to answering all your questions, providing all important information and helping you and your family get the help and assistance you need.
What to Expect From The Admissions Process
All clients must complete a pre-screening, and later, a pre-admission assessment. These assessments help determine if an individual is appropriate for one of our programs. Admission is based on, but not limited to, potential clients being 18 years of age or older, medically stable and having a willingness to address their addiction and financial responsibility, whether through insurance or self-payment.
After we complete the admission process, we introduce clients to their respective lodging and our clinical team determines their appropriate length of stay in our program. The minimum stay in our licensed residential program starts at 30 days and can be longer, if needed.
Clients will then meet with an intake therapist to discuss their needs for recovery, diagnosis and family involvement. Clients will also meet their individual therapist and begin working on their recovery by developing an individualized treatment plan that addresses their addiction and the impact it has had on their life and the lives of others.
By participating in group therapy, individual therapy and individualized staff meetings, all clients prepare for their life of recovery. Groups such as gender-specific process groups, Relapse Prevention, Coping Skills, Psycho-Educational and Recreational topics, as well as participation in 12-step groups, will provide all the information clients need for a sustained recovery.
Upon discharge, the clinical team will make recommendations based on a full continuum of care. This may include continued treatment in PHP/Day Treatment or Intensive Outpatient Treatment, sober living, medication management by a psychiatrist, if needed, and referrals to an outpatient therapist for ongoing counseling. Family members can also take advantage of a free Family Support Group and clients are able to attend a free Aftercare Group once they have completed their treatment.