Located in Raleigh, North Carolina, Turning Point Family CARE offers a variety of addiction treatment options including Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD) and accepts the following accepted insurances: Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medicaid, State-funded (IPRS) for the uninsured. Drug and alcohol addiction is a very serious matter and the concept of addiction should never be taken lightly. At Turning Point Family CARE, their main goal is to treat those that struggle with chronic substance abuse through innovative treatment methods and high-quality care.
Promising a unique approach to addiction treatment through drug and alcohol abuse programs in Raleigh, North Carolina, Turning Point Family CARE places a strong emphasis on certain suggested treatment approaches that cater specifically to the unique needs of their patients.
Such treatment approaches that Turning Point Family CARE offers may include: Dialectical behavioral therapy. Addiction treatment services are available to Adolescents, Adults, Seniors or older adults and certain insurances are accepted, which include: Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medicaid, State-funded (IPRS) for the uninsured. Get started on embarking upon your journey of recovery by contacting Turning Point Family CARE from their website at tpfcnc.com.
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Omg I love this place so much
In this day of un-affordable healthcare this is an amazing solution. Staff and PA's are wonderful.
They are really helpful and understanding
I have no problem with this place and the employees are friendly
I'm giving this three stars because I believe it to be unfair to give it a 1 star rating since I never actually followed through with my appointment, and this is why: I was recommended to see a therapist for anxiety here by my doctor. I love my doctor and would take her word on anything and put my faith in this place. I show up for my 1:30 appointment at 1:14. I went ahead and wrote 1:15 on the sign in sheet just to make it more convenient. And I waited for a whole hour. I waited one whole hour without anybody asking me what I was there for, or acknowledging my existence. After one whole hour, I go back up to the front to see there was a change in command (apparently the lady #1 there before was covering for lady #2's lunch). I tell lady #2 that I've been waiting for an appointment at 1:30. She sighs the loudest exasperated sigh. I sit back down. And she then tells me I wasn't checked in until 1:25. Bullshit. I was there 11 minutes prior. Don't tell me I just barely made my appointment. She also tells me she will call whomever my therapist was supposed to be and let them know I was here and I see her do so. Then a few more minutes pass and she hands me this big stack of paper work to fill out. I was tired of waiting around, not knowing what was going on, and the apparent sass I was getting from this place put me over the edge. I left. I put the paperwork back on the counter and said don't worry about. I put my trust in this place to help me with my anxiety and my first impression just about gave me an anxiety attack. I had to cry and smoke two cigarettes in the parking lot before I left.