Recovery Residence Inc.
“Making a Difference”
We’re With You Every Step of The Way
Turning Point Recovery Residence, Inc., founded in 1997, is one of the most successful Middle Tennessee 501(c)(3) non-profit alcohol and drug recovery house organizations consisting of four recovery houses in Nashville, Tennessee offering the best possible chance of early recovery to men and women through the original in-house support team system that monitors the residents recovery program.
Although recovery houses are often called halfway houses a recovery house provides a safe, supportive and structured living environment and is designed more for people that have completed an inpatient alcohol and drug treatment program or are attending an outpatient treatment program or do not have the resources for an alcohol and drug treatment program.
A halfway house is more like an inpatient treatment program than a recovery home and there are very few actual halfway houses in Tennessee. When someone refers to a halfway house they are probably talking about a recovery house since there are so few real halfway houses in Tennessee with many recovery houses, which are commonly thought to be the same thing.
Choose Turning Point
Turning Point has one of the highest success rates in Tennessee because we are one of the more structured recovery houses that requires rather than requests that the residents actually follow the actions of recovery, which are proven to work.
Because of our structure and proven track record most of our referrals come from the more reputable treatment centers in the southeast region of the United States (see our “references” page). Many other people come to us from all over the country simply because it is sometimes very difficult to recover without changing “playgrounds” and Nashville is one of the countries most livable cities making it a great place for a new start.
When considering a recovery house or halfway house we hope you will contact our admissions office to see if you qualify for our program.
“This project is funded under a Grant contract with the State of Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services”.
Who We Are
Founder died March 18, 2018