Salvation Army/Turning Point Programs In Grand Rapids, MI

The Salvation Army Turning Point program is a comprehensive drug and alcohol treatment program located in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Turning Point offers substance abuse treatment for individuals 18 and older, and available services include the following:

  • sub-acute medically monitored detoxification
  • short-term residential treatment (typically 5to 12 days)
  • outpatient treatment
  • gender specific recovery home referrals
  • family programming

The Salvation Army’s Turning Point Program includes a series of lectures on various addiction and recover-related topics. Populations that are served by Turning Point include adult men and women, children and adolescents younger than 18 are not allowed in treatment.

Payment at Salvation Army Turning Point Program

The Salvation Army Turning Point Program can accept publicly funded insurance like Medicaid and some state funding may also be available based on financial need.
The Salvation Army Turning Point Program also accepts most private health insurance plans, and clinicians can verify benefits during the intake process. Turning Point requires 75% of costs not paid by insurance at the time of admission to the program.
Self-pay with cash, Visa, MasterCard, check, or American Express is accepted for those who are uninsured and do not meet criteria for state funding. The Salvation Army, Turning Point Program, offers daily rates for detoxification, outpatient, and residential treatment services.
Contact Turning Point for more information on health insurance and financing options for substance abuse recovery services.

Addiction Treatment Address

  • Address: 1215 Fulton Street
  • Address: Suite E
  • City: Grand Rapids
  • State: MI
  • Zip Code: 49503-3849

Primary Focus Of The Treatment Program

  • Treatment for substance use disorders (SUD's)

Type Of Treatment Provided

  • Drug and alcohol addiction treatment
  • Detox for drugs and alcohol
  • Buprenorphine detox (Subutex, Suboxone, Zubsolv, Cizdol, Bunavail)
  • Relapse prevention for alcohol - naltrexone (Adepend, Antaxone, Celupan, Depade, Nalorex, Narcoral, Nemexin, Revia/ReVia, Trexan, and Vivitrol)
  • Buprenorphine used in treatment (Subutex,Suboxone, Zubsolv, Cizdol, Bunavail)
  • Anti-alcohol medication - Disulfiram Antabuse
  • Alcohol dependence medication - Acamprosate Campral
  • Psychiatric disorder medications (Celexa, Lexapro, Prozac, Luvox, Paxil, Zoloft, Pristiq, Khedezla, Fetzima, Effexor, Viibryd, Elavil, Tofranil, Pamelor, Sinequan, Wellbutrin, Marplan, Nardil, EMSAM, Parnate, Remeron)
  • Naltrexone oral (Adepend, Antaxone, Celupan, Depade, Nalorex, Narcoral, Nemexin, Revia/ReVia, Trexan, and Vivitrol)
  • Opioid blocker - Vivitrol injectable Naltrexone
  • Prescribes administer buprenorphine and or naltrexone

Approaches For Addiction Treatment

Smoking At The Facility - Policy

Treatment Settings

How The Treatment Facility Operates

  • Organization is privately held

Licenses, Certifications, And Accreditations

  • State Funded Addiction Treatment Agency
  • Joint Commission Accreditation - Health Care, Certification

Types Of Payment/Insurance Accepted For Treatment

Customized Treatment Programs / Groups Available

Additional Services That Support The Treatment Process

Age Range The Treatment Facility Accepts

Gender Specific Accepted By Treatment Provider

Treatment Facility Website


Contact This Substance Abuse Treatment Facility

  • Phone Number Main: 616-742-0351

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