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Turnbridge

189 Orange Street, New Haven, Connecticut, 06510

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(68 reviews)
Founded in 2003, Turnbridge operates gender-separate programs for young men and young women who have been afflicted with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. Since its inception over 13 years ago, Turnbridge has received national acclaim for its innovative treatment model that has redefined the way our industry approaches the “failure to launch” population. Turnbridge clients progress through three Phases of structure, whereby each Phase is designed to build upon the previous one. The ultimate goal for Turnbridge graduates is that they’re actively working or taking classes, engaged in therapy, participating in active social lives, attending 12-step meetings, and actively practicing independent living skills.

Facility Highlights

  • Specifically for Young Men
  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment
  • Life Skills Development

Specialization

  • Wellness Program
    Clients are offered a plethora of resources for a healthy and comfortable transition into the community. Program offerings include physical fitness training and nutritional guidance for holistic wellness. Clients are taught healthy grocery shopping strategies and techniques for preparing healthy, balanced meals.
  • Family Program
    Family members are provided a variety of resources and opportunities to engage loved ones’ recovery processes and support positive healing. Turning Point’s intensive family program provides family members with in-depth addiction education resources, opens healthy lines of communications, and encourages loved ones to analyze their role in the family system.

Facility Settings

  • Private/Secluded

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Hayden

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I would NOT recommend this place at all if you identify as queer, LGBTQIA, transgender, non-binary, or a BIPOC. Turnbridge is a luxury, but money does not buy long term sobriety or happiness. I graduated this program after 2+ years out of my own desperation for recovery, but not without a lot of trauma and hardships due to TB\'s lack of inclusivity, diversity, and accountability.

Allie

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My daughter has been in TB for 13 months; she is about to turn 23 and is dealing with alcohol addiction, co-dependency, and bi-polar disorder. She\'s a bit of a rebel, but also wants to do well. It has not always been a smooth ride but TB is a HUGE blessing, and has been helping my daughter, and our family, in ways that seem way beyond what I could have hoped for. They care, they are knowledgable. My daughter has been taking classes online during the pandemic at college and plans to return in Sept. Healing and living, it\'s process! I am extremely grateful for and to TB.

Keith

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Turnbridge is a great place. I read some of the negative reviews and frankly almost laugh. Certainly many of the young people who have attended Tunbridge may not like it, getting sober and living a good life is hard. My son spent several months in Tunbridge and their program absolutely works. I believe it saved his life. The entire staff doesn\'t \"do it for the money\" they do it to help people. My son was meth addict and frankly extremely difficult for months until his brain started to heal. The staff at Tunbridge never gave up, they never stopped trying to help him. There is no perfect solution to help an addict, it\'s a process. The staff at Tunbridge with the experience they have and with as much care as possible do their best. That is the only solution the rest is up to the individual. May God bless all the staff at Turnbridge.

Tamar

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Turnbridge not only saved my sons life they provided him with the ability to live happily and productively. He has achieved not just sobriety but self esteem, mental health and genuine joy of living! Everyone had given up, including my son. Turnbridge offered hope and then delivered a miracle! I couldn’t recommend it more highly.

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Check how many therapists and case management is left. Staff along with clients are cruel and insensitive. APRNs do not know what they are doing and the amount of changes that the girls (atleast I know of) that react badly to medication changes, withdrawal of medication, or over-medicating is crazy. Highly do not recommend this place, they will feed you lies. Not somewhere I would recommend for non-drug addicts. For the first 5 months you drive around in huge suburbans blasting rap music. That’s what your thousand of dollars are going to, just so everyone’s aware. Staff will drive you an hour to get to a meeting, the whole time blasting music. It’s complete nonsense. Clients are looked after by support staff who do not have training to deal with 20 girls at a time who are causing chaos. Don’t recommend this place. Most people end up worse than they were when they got there.