A Turning Point In Your Life
Turning Point, located at 1620 Kentucky Ave., in Paducah, is part of Four Rivers Behavioral Health’s comprehensive substance abuse services and was established to provide easily accessible services to those in recovery with a focus on those who are just learning to live a sober life. Recovery is a life-long commitment and many of those new to recovery need support and guidance along the way. Our staff are constantly reaching out to the Recovery Community and area professionals through speaking engagements, community group meetings and learning events to ensure that those who need a steady hand in recovery know where to turn.
Turning Point is unique in that the program is designed around the concept of Peer Support. Staff at Turning Point have personal experience with substance abuse and can offer guidance and support from a “been there, done that” perspective.
How Turning Point Meets the Needs of the Recovery Community
Recovery Coaching and Supports
Turning Point will offer Peer Support Services, recovery groups, skill groups and individual support. Turning Point also will provide individual follow up services.
At Turning Point we can provide coaching led by Peer Support Specialists. Coaching will focus on identifying and correcting problems for those who find maintaining recovery difficult. A individualized plan of action will be developed with the client and Turning Point staff will provide guidance throughout the refocus process.
Resources and Referrals
Turning Point maintains up-to-date information on resources available to assist with a variety of recovery-focused needs. Staff also can provide referrals to area medical and behavioral healthcare providers.
On-site Learning Lab
Turning Point has a multi-station computer lab and staff are available to assist clients with job applications, resumes, obtaining a GED, online skills development and more. In addition, we work closely with area colleges and adult education providers to give Turning Point program participants a number of education options.
SOCIAL DISTANCING + ON-LINE MEETINGS
During this time of social distancing, we would like you to know that we are still here to help you through your recovery process. April 6th, 2020, Turning Point will be launching on-line meetings and Peer driven services remotely. To ensure that you are staying connected, you can now sign up for Telephone Recovery Support, Video Peer Support one on ones and attend an on-line meeting hosted by Turning Point staff.
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For more information about Turning Point or any of our other Substance Use Disorder treatment options, contact Four Rivers Behavioral Health at 270.442.7121 or complete the information request form below.
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Emergency crisis intervention line at 800.592.3980
425 Broadway Paducah, KY 42001 Phone (270) 442-7121 or (270) 442-1452 Fax 270-443-9692
Four Rivers Behavioral Health
Through our Center for Specialized Addiction Services, we offer Hazelden Betty Ford’s COR-12 Program as part of the many substance abuse treatment options available to our clients. We know from experience that recovery is stronger than addiction. For more than 50 years, we’ve helped men, women, teens, families and communities find freedom from addiction.
This site includes information from Hazelden Betty Ford, a leader in treatment of substance use disorders. Four Rivers Behavioral Health’s COR-12 program is based on the Hazelden Betty Ford program and Four Rivers Behavioral Heath staff have been trained by Hazelden Betty Ford to work with clients using the COR-12 methodology. Test.