Recovery Program Overview

Breaking the Pain and Power of Addiction

Addiction is devastating. If that statement resonates with you, then you have felt or seen the power of addiction in your life or the life of a loved one.

Addiction is powerful. Google the words “alcoholism recovery”, and it returns over 2 million links. The shelves at Barnes & Noble stock about 100 different books on recovery. Your local library may carry several dozen. Why so many resources on addiction? Because it completely takes over a person’s life, and it is one of the most difficult cycles to break.

Addiction does not have a simple cure. Your loved ones or employer may think recovery from drugs or alcohol is simply a matter of willpower. Professionals may believe it is often a physical addiction that can be cured in days or a mental disorder treatable by drugs or hypnosis. Your church may think God and prayer alone can cure addiction. You may think, “I created this problem alone, so I can fix it. I am smart, and I have will power.”

Addiction is not the end.

Addiction can be overcome. You have what it takes, but you can’t do it alone.

About the Men’s and Women’s Recovery Programs



At any of the Turning Point facilities, you live in an environment where everyone else is also in Recovery. Our live, onsite staff—each of whom has personal experience with recovery—will assist residents during their job search and introduce them to the AA/NA program.


Our program is based heavily on the 12-Step programs of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. It consists of a 14-day probationary period and a phased, ongoing program that is evaluated after 30 days.


Our mottos are “A Working Man’s Recovery House” and “Working Women Work Miracles”, and as such, we help with finding employment and provide transportation. Residents work in regular jobs off site, go to meetings when they are not working, and so they are allowed to pay as they go for the program.

Financially Supportive.

Our Program believes that recovery is contingent upon becoming self-supporting through our own contributions. Our doors remain open without regard to a person’s initial ability to pay. As a resident works through the program, he becomes self-supporting and learns crucial financial management skills. After at least 90 days, residents may be able to successfully leave the program with a job, some savings, clean time, and tools to stay clean. Because residents pay as they go, they leave Turning Point debt-free.

Is Harmony House or Turning Point for Me?

If substance abuse is causing you problems, you cannot stop drinking or using, you are still fighting cravings, or you would like to learn more about us, please contact us to learn more or apply online today.

If you don’t get help with us, please do not stop your search for a solution.