Turning Point is an 8 bed crisis home that provides mental health services in a less intensive environment than an inpatient setting. The average length of stay is 3 to 5 days. The program is voluntary for those 18 and older. We aim to provide an option for 24-hour mental health care without the need for Court Commitment.
Here are some guidelines for what constitutes a mental health crisis:
Crisis stabilization is also known as “crisis intervention”, means to identify those life situations that are problematic, whether they are psychiatric, environmental or medical emergencies, to develop strategies and natural supports. Individuals will then be able to use these services to self-manage, alleviate and end the crisis.
Individuals who come to Turning Point do so at no cost to them. Funding is provided by the counties of the Rolling Hills Community Services Region. This is comprised of Buena Vista, Cherokee, Carroll, Calhoun, Crawford, Ida, Sac and Woodbury counties
Turning Point also provides services to the North West Iowa Care Connections Region. This is comprised of Osceola, Clay, Palo Alto, Kossuth, Winnebago and Worth counties.
Turning Point provides the services of meeting with a therapist daily and daily Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) programming. Other programming and skill building that will be provided based on the needs and wants of each individual includes: