Treatment Communities of America (TCA) provides services to the community to assist people in achieving wellness and to live a self-supportive lifestyle. It provides social services, public health programs, and culturally specific solutions to meet people's needs.
Treatment and Recovery Support Services
These organizations include peer-to-peer organizations, mutual support groups, and counseling services that offer support to individuals recovering from mental and substance use disorders.
Turning Point has served the Minnesota community since 1976, providing African Americans with a holistic approach to counseling and treatment.
The mission of the Turning Point Center of Central Vermont is to help people find, maintain, and enhance their substance use recovery through peer-based recovery supports to individuals and families; educational programs that aid in building and enriching a healthy life; and by providing a safe haven for sober recreation and social activities.
The Turning Point Center of Chittenden County provides space for peer-to-peer recovery activities, fellowship, events, games, fitness, stress management, recovery related programs, various 12 step meetings, and 1-on-1 Recovery Coaching.
Two Dreams Outer Banks is a comprehensive wellness program that provides individualized care for those who dream of recovering a healthy lifestyle. The facility is located on the Outer Banks of North Carolina and customizes an array of treatment components, therpeutic services, and recreational activities to help its guests achieve emotional peace, physical health, and personal productivity.
The Department of Defense (DOD) provides a wide array of services to prevent substance use disorders, including worksite education, drug testing, early intervention, outpatient counseling, and inpatient treatment.
The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (PRA) and its members developed and defined the practice of psychosocial and psychiatric rehabilitation, establishing these services as integral to community-based treatment and leading the recovery movement. With nearly 1,400 members, this association seeks to advance the availability and practice of psychiatric rehabiliation so that all individuals with a serious mental illness have access to the supports they need to recover.
Unity Hall builds a strong peer-to-peer recovery support system and recovery community. The community is comprised of individuals and families healing and growing toward a new life free of substance use and dependency.
Utah Support Advocates for Recovery Awareness enhances the quantity and quality of support available to people seeking and experiencing long-term recovery from chemical dependency.
The Valley Hope Association is a nonprofit organization operating treatment facilities in Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas. It offers a variety of drug and alcohol treatment services, including medically monitored detoxification, residential, day/partial, and outpatient services,