TURNING POINT

A RECOVERY CENTER

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Turning Point – A Recovery Center

A turning point is a moment between looking honestly at a problem and summoning the will from within to find a solution for it. It is an epoch in your personal history, where you choose a fresh new path and alter the course of your entire life. It is the realization that even if you cannot change your destination overnight, you can change your direction.

At our residential rehab, which is a home-like facility, we holistically work to align and channel the transformative energy of mind, body, and spirit. We offer a variety of healthy activities and alternative therapies to help the clients recover physically, mentally and spiritually. We ensure that they feel at home with our accredited practitioners and integrated natural therapy programs. Thus, when someone follows our proposition with willingness, drive, and dedication, even a few months’ time is sufficient for us to turn their lives around.

Mental Illness, Alcohol Addiction, and Drug Addiction Psychiatric Nursing Homes & Rehabilitation Center in Valsad, India

Mental health disorders are affecting people at a startling rate around the world. Combating mental illnesses is only possible if the diagnosis of the mental illness is timely and treatment is undertaken by the right mental healthcare professionals. At Turning Point – A Recovery Center, treatment is carried out for alcohol & drugs’ addiction and for all mental illnesses including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression and other psychiatric illnesses by means of medication and comprehensive rehabilitation. Diagnosing the mental health disorder accurately, followed by procedural healing, has made us the best alcohol and drug de-addiction in Valsad, India. 

Turning point Treatments

Turning Point Recovery Center has designed a variety of comprehensive, multidisciplinary residential services tailored to the needs of our guests. Our innovative model integrates science-based treatments with holistic healing approaches to create an individualized alcohol de addiction experience.

ALCOHOL ADDICTION TREATMENT

Turning Point Recovery Center has designed a variety of comprehensive, multidisciplinary residential services tailored to the needs of our guests. Our innovative model integrates science-based treatments with holistic healing approaches to create an individualized alcohol de addiction experience.
At Turning Point Recovery Center, we take a unique approach in supporting our guests through the challenges of recovery, including detoxification. We utilize evidence-based treatments combined with all-inclusive holistic therapies to provide the most effective treatment.

DRUG ADDICTION TREATMENT

At Turning Point Recovery Center, we take a unique approach in supporting our guests through the challenges of recovery, including detoxification. We utilize evidence-based treatments combined with all-inclusive holistic therapies to provide the most effective treatment.
Turning Point Recovery Center recovery experience is different. We integrate holistic recovery and healing with scientific, evidence based practices to realize the best possible results. Holistic healing doesn’t just address your addiction. It addresses your spirit, mind and body.

OTHER ADDICTION TREATMENT

Turning Point Recovery Center recovery experience is different. We integrate holistic recovery and healing with scientific, evidence based practices to realize the best possible results. Holistic healing doesn’t just address your addiction. It addresses your spirit, mind and body.

If you are Alcoholic and Addicted, It means you are Happy but Not Your Family. If You Want Freedom From Any kind of Addiction and want to Change Your Life and want to give a Best and Happiest Life to your Family.then turning point is only and only for you.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Find the answers to your questions about alcoholism, alcohol abuse, alcoholics, and other related topics.
1. What is Alcoholism?

Alcohol addiction, or alcoholism, develops as a person becomes no longer able to stop drinking despite trying to, experiences emotional distress when not drinking, and continues to drink no matter the negative ramifications. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) provides diagnostic guidelines for an alcohol use disorder (AUD) based on individuals meeting two (or more) of the below outlined criteria within the same 12-month period:13

2. Is Alcoholism a Disease?

NIAAA defines alcoholism or an alcohol use disorder as a primary, chronic disease characterized by the inability to quit after attempts to do so, use despite its negative consequences, and a preoccupation with it.15 The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) goes on to explain that because it is a disease, it is an involuntary disability.16 This means, although individuals choose to drink initially, once they become addicted, it may be out of their control to quit. Often, as the disease progresses, negative physical, emotional, and social changes are experienced such as repeated episodes of alcohol withdrawal, liver disease, changes in mood, marital problems, and/or job issues.16 For many, denial is also an integral part of the disease, making it harder for individuals to acknowledge their need for treatment.16

3. What Is Alcohol Abuse?

While isolated incidences of alcohol misuse alone do not necessarily meet the diagnostic criteria for an AUD, it can still point to problematic patterns of drinking that put individuals at risk for developing alcoholism. When a person begins to consistently abuse alcohol, it is frequently associated with issues at home, school or work and can put them in life-threatening situations (e.g., drunk driving, violence).

Though compulsive patterns of use vary, the concept of alcohol abuse also entails binge drinking and heavy drinking. The former is defined by NIAAA as a pattern of drinking that brings blood alcohol concentration (BAC) levels to 0.08 g/dL.6 For men, that’s 5 drinks and 4 drinks for women in around 2 hours. Heavy drinking is when a person binge drinks on 5 or more days in a single month.6

4. Is There a Safe Level of Drinking?

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015-2020 states that if alcohol is consumed, it should be done in moderation; according to these guidelines, this amounts to no more than 2 drinks per day for a man and 1 drink per day for a woman.For men, 4 or fewer drinks per day and 14 or fewer per week place them in the “low-risk” category for developing an AUD, according to the NIAAA. For women, it’s 3 per day and 7 per week. At these levels, roughly 2 out of every 100 people will develop an alcohol use disorder 6 About two out of every 100 people who consume alcohol within these limits suffer from alcohol addiction.6

Though compulsive patterns of use vary, the concept of alcohol abuse also entails binge drinking and heavy drinking. The former is defined by NIAAA as a pattern of drinking that brings blood alcohol concentration (BAC) levels to 0.08 g/dL.6 For men, that’s 5 drinks and 4 drinks for women in around 2 hours. Heavy drinking is when a person binge drinks on 5 or more days in a single month.6

5. What Is a Standard Drink?

n the U.S., per the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), a standard drink contains around 14 grams (0.6 ounces) of pure alcohol.Generally, this amount of alcohol is found in:5

  • 5 ounces of wine (12% alc. content).
  • 8 ounces of malt liquor (7% alc. content).
  • 12 ounces of beer (5% alc. content).
  • 5 ounces or a “shot” of 80-proof (40% alc. content) distilled spirits or liquor (e.g., whiskey, vodka, gin, rum).

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Del Residency A-Building,Bandar Road, Opp..Dv Tailor, Bejan Baag,Valsad 396001

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