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WTNH Interviews Turning Point Graduate on Heroin Addiction and Recovery

TP alumnus goes on camera with News Channel 8 to break the stigma of heroin addiction and share a message of hope.  This segment is part of a joint effort between News 8 and the New Haven Register to spread awareness around the opiate crisis we are facing in our communities. Click here for the […]

Turnbridge Graduate Shares Recovery Story in New Haven Register

In this article, Casey shares his personal account of falling prey to an epidemic of heroin addiction that is affecting teens and young adults across the nation.  Casey is now multiple years into his recovery and uses his experience to help others struggling with addiction and alcoholism.  By sharing his story, Casey hopes to reduce […]

DETAILS Magazine Interviews Turnbridge President for feature article.

We are pleased to announce that Turnbridge President and Founder David Vieau was interviewed for the feature article, “When Did Sobriety Become the New Status Symbol” in the December 2011 issue of DETAILS magazine. DETAILS is a publication for men primarily devoted to fashion and lifestyle but also features reports on relevant social and political issues. The issue is now being distributed to subscribers […]

Turnbridge highlighted in RENEW magazine feature article “4 Approaches That Work”

We are pleased to announce that Turnbridge was featured in the article, “4 Approaches That Work” in the September/October 2011 issue of RENEW magazine. RENEW is a lifestyle publication that helps those new to recovery, transitioning from treatment, or loved ones of recovering addicts, establish and embrace a better way of life. The issue is now being distributed to subscribers and newsstands […]

Turnbridge Family Program: A Message to Parents from Diana Clark

Dear Parents, This letter is written as a message of hope to those of you who have a loved one struggling with substance abuse and addiction. I know that there are moments when you feel scared and alone. I urge you to remember that there is help available and that many have gone before you. […]

Sober Perspective: Ed Doyle and Music Therapy

Ed Doyle – Phase I & Music Program Coordinator Research has shown that music can improve an addicted individual’s coping mechanisms and distress tolerance skills. Many recovering addicts will write a song or listen to poignant lyrics rather than turning to drugs or alcohol. Through music-assisted relaxation and guided therapy, patients learn healthy ways to […]