Turning Point Chemical Dependency Treatment Center consists of two separate inpatient campuses, both located in Franklin, Pennsylvania, as well as one outpatient office.
The main campus is located on 24 wooded acres overlooking the Allegheny River. The cornerstone building on campus, now called Chontos Hall after the late Joe Chontos, was originally the mansion of a lumber baron built in the 1890s. The detoxification unit and men’s short and long-term treatment programs are located on this campus.
Freedom Center for women at Turning Point is located approximately three miles from the main campus. It also includes two apartments attached to the house. Freedom Center for women is home to both our short-term and long-term treatment programs for women. The separation of genders allows for open discussion of issues specific to each group and for trust building within the groups.
Turning Point Outpatient provides Intensive Outpatient Services with group sessions offered in the afternoon or the evening as well as Outpatient Services offering individual sessions that include evening availability. Turning Point Outpatient also offers an in-house Certified Recovery Specialist who assists with case management needs as well as helping individuals find their own pathway to recovery.