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Turning Point Hospital

3015 Veterans Parkway S; Moultrie, GA 31788

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Inpatient Mental Health

Mental Health

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Turning Point Hospital
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The staff has good intentions and it shows, but they seriously lack sensitivity training. From a condescending group leader, to a nurse staff that would make a joke of a patients symptoms; a lot of the staff was insufferable. With that said, the few techs who provided emotional support and more really stand out amongst the rest of the staff. I looked forward to seeing them each day, and I wished them well when I left. Medical-wise, I was treated very efficiently by the doctors, but the nurses were so rude I hid the fact that I had a bleeding wound my entire stay for fear of lack of sensitivity and confidentiality. This was not without reason; previously they had made loud jokes at patients expense about symptoms they had citing that it was okay because nobody was around to hear them despite there being a crowd in the hall. The amenities were kept clean, but beware of the showers! It's a hard choice between choosing an ice cold shower or boiling your skin red. The main day room where group is held is quite spacious compared to the rest of the area, and there's a tv with remote and movies to pick from. The second day room is across from the hall phone, so it's only busy when people are making calls between groups. Otherwise the second day room is peaceful. You can draw on the marker-board wall. Across from that wall is a regular wall that my sister drew on without realizing it was the wrong wall. (I apologize on her behalf) The nurses station has a tall wall, and if you're shy you might be standing out there for a while before somebody notices you. Food is pretty good here! They provide you a menu at the beginning of each day of what you want tomorrow, and if none of the options appeal to you, you can request something simple like chicken strips. Three meals a day, with snacks in between. You can ask for water no matter what time of the day it is. Group leaders are decent. Most you can tell are just here to do their job and leave. There's a lack of heart or patience to restless patients. In particular I'd beware of a group leader who seems over-friendly. A woman who carries an empty smile on her face. She's extremely condescending and will try to come off as your friend. She is not. Anyways.. Groups aren't very life-changing, but they can be informative if you haven't had access to basic resources like coping skills, cycles of depression, etc. Other groups are just crafts really, but it's better than being bored in your room. Most of the appeal, personally, was meeting the other patients. It's possible to make a friend there. I did. Talking with each other and being able to feel safely vulnerable to each other is an opportunity unique to patients in this situation. I hope this helps anyone who is considering coming here for treatment. Thank you.

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Worst place for anyone with Mental Health. Never bring any family members here, they have no clue what they are doing ! They gave back my sister with worst symptoms than before. Extremely disappointed. This just seems like a money grab or some scheme because a Mental Hospital it is NOT.

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Sadly this is not the first mental health facility that I've dealt with (Memphis, Jonesboro, Conway,fort Smith and Little Rock just to name a few of the cities) so I'm familiar with how things should work. I've never been a patient but close family members have. This is by far the worst facility I have seen, obviously untrained and unprofessional from the ground up. Seems like a money grab taking advantage of the public's deteriorating mental health, a crisis for sure and spending none of the earnings on educated staff most are even rude much less helpful. Go anywhere else

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I just completed 13 months at Turning Point and had one of the best experiences of my life. I was a domestic violence victim where my abuser was given a life sentence in prison for what he did to me. I also had a 20 year drug addiction. Women’s IOP and my counselor Miss. Norma Chin helped me get to the root causes of why I was using drugs. She helped me release my trauma, reframe my story and see purpose in my pain. She helped me see that not all storms come to disrupt your life some come to clear your path and that my magic is that I can see sunsets even on the darkest days. My name is Nicole I’m a recovering addict and thanks to Turning Point I feel like I’m the luckiest girl in the world.

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I went there in 2013. Probably the best thing to ever get me sober from alcohol. Awesome staff, great atmosphere and just all out beautiful people. Thank you guys .

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These are the rudest people I have met in healthcare in all my life.

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Great Program! The staff is too notch and they really care. Lots of rules but there is a reason behind each one. Turning point is awesome!!

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I was on the psych side and I had very good results. The only downside is it's kinda small inpatient. But other than that good feedback.

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This place saved my life! Even though I had to abruptly leave after 6 mos., these people helped me and taught me how to stay sober. I am gratel for 6+ years of sobriety now. Thank u TP.

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They really helped me here in such a short period of time. Staff to patient interaction was consistent, the medications that they prescribe are of a wide variety & they will adjust as they feel needed after daily patient/doctor meetings. The groups are fun, quirky and stress relieving. The rooms could be a little bit livelier, but then again, it is a psychiatric ward, not a hotel/spa. I feel like they really potentially saved my life here. Also, Mr. Jeff, the head of administration is badass. Thank you all for all of your help & support.

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                                            Inpatient or Residential Mental Health Treatment
    Inpatient or Residential Mental Health Treatment
    Inpatient Mental Health | Mental Health
    Inpatient or residential mental health treatment. Inpatient treatment is the most intensive level of treatment, offering 24-hour care in a secure unit of a treatment facility or hospital. Residential treatment is a step down from inpatient treatment. While there is structure and some monitoring to treatment, the big difference between residential and inpatient treatment involves the setting in which it is carried out. While inpatient treatment is typically carried out in a treatment facility or hospital, residential treatment is usually carried out in more of a home-like environment.
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