Turning Point Residential Treatment
Rating: 4 stars 1 1 review
3440 Viking Drive Sacramento CA 95827 USA
Turning point community programs (tpcp) provides integrated cost-effective mental health services combined with employment and housing services to promote recovery, independence and self-sufficiency. Program successes are measured in reduced hospital days, reduced incarceration, and reduced use of emergency rooms and crisis services along with employment. People move beyond their diagnoses, recover, and contribute to the community. Tpcp serves over to 6,000 clients with psychiatric disabilities in seven northern california counties: sacramento, stanislaus, yolo, nevada, placer,butte and merced. Clients with mental illness served include the homeless, adults, families including children and young adults/transition aged youth.
tpcp's pathways program provides shelter, intensive psychiatric and case management services and linkage to community based resources for the mentally ill homeless population. Age groups served include children and their families, young adults/transition age youth, adults, and older adults. Through the provision of these services pathways decreased the number of psychiatric hospital days by 413 or 37%. 90% of the 413 individuals served accrued no incarceration days and 79% incurred no emergency interventions. Homeless days decreased by 39% with 82% of the served individuals incurring zero homeless days.
the flexible integrated treatment program worked with approximately 530 youth and families who were experiencing emotional and behavioral problems in the 13/14 fiscal year. The therapist/treatment team members partner with the youth and their families to address their stated needs utilizing a family-focused, strength-based approach. The program was able to increase or decrease clinical supports depending upon the level of the youth's then current needs. The program concurrently provides as needed individual, family, and group therapy, skills training, advocacy, case management, and psychiatric supports. Specific evidence-based practices as treatment modalities include: alternatives for families cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma-focused cognitive therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, parent-child interaction therapy, incredible years parenting groups, aggression replacement training, and trauma assessment and treatment planning utilizing the neurosequential model of therapeutics. 405 discharges were made due to completion of services. 71% of children were identified as having improved significant needs in school behavior and achievement and 84% were improved in the area of delinquency. 55% of caregivers showing a family stress level of 2 or greater increased their ability to cope with their child's needs. 81% of individuals hospitalized at least once in the prior year did not return to a psychiatric hospital in the 14-15 year.
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amybbgalvan's Review for Turning Point Residential Treatment
Turning point is a wonderful resource for those affected by mental illness. I am very pleased with how they have handled a relation's illness and needs, and look forward to supporting the organization in the future!
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