Turning Point Centers Attains Accreditation From The Joint Commission

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Utah rehab center can now accept insurance policies for drug and alcohol rehab treatment. The Accreditation also ensures that Turning Point meets or exceeds patient care and quality standards.

Turning Point Centers' new Utah rehab facility sits on five acres.

Turning Point's residential Utah rehab center.

Most drug and alcohol rehab centers don't want to take time to achieve this type of accreditation. That's why Turning Point is different.

Turning Point Centers, a Utah residential drug and alcohol rehab center, has recently achieved the Gold Seal of Accreditation from The Joint Commission. The accreditation allows Turning Point to accept insurance policies for drug and alcohol rehab treatment.

The Joint Commission, an independent, not-for-profit organization, accredits and certifies more than 19,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. Joint Commission accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards.

“Most drug and alcohol rehab centers don’t want to take the time to achieve this type of accreditation. That’s why Turning Point is different from other Utah rehab centers. We understand that addiction recovery treatment can be expensive. Now, our patients can simply pay their co-pay, and their insurance can take care of the rest,” said Turning Point CEO and Co-founder Tony Dail.

Turning Point opened its first Utah rehab center in August 2007. The facility’s rehab program is a non-12-step, dual-diagnosis treatment regimen that treats alcohol and drug addiction problems that occur with depression, anxiety, schizophrenia or personality disorders. Turning Point treats patients from across the United States.

Turning Point’s new 14,000-square-foot residential treatment facility in Sandy, Utah, has 16 beds, four that are in private rooms. The facility also provides art, drumming, ropes course and recreational therapy (Turning Point’s property includes a barn and arena currently being developed for equine therapy). There is also a gym and a racquetball/basketball court on site.


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