Turning Pointe for Families FAQs


How old do I have to be to enroll in treatment? 

Turning Pointe serves pregnant or up to 12 months post-partum women who are 18 years of age or older who have a substance use disorder or co-occurring mental health disorder. 

Do I have to be a mother to be in the Turning Pointe program? 

You must be currently pregnant (proof of pregnancy is required upon referral) or have a child that is 12 months of age or younger.  

Can my children reside with me during treatment at the Turning Pointe program?

Yes, you may one child residing with you during your treatment if the child is under 12 months of age.  We are not able to accommodate older siblings, but we can accommodate twins under 12 months of age.   

What is the duration of the Turning Pointe program? 

The average length of stay is determined on an individual basis and tailored to meet the needs of each specific individual. 

Do you accept Medicaid? 

WV Medicaid is accepted.  We have case managers who can assist you in getting coverage if you do not already have it.  We also accept private insurance. 

Do you have to be court ordered to treatment?

You do not have to be court ordered to treatment.  Self-referrals are always welcomed. 

Do you accept clients on medication assisted treatment (MAT)?

Yes, we can accept already established MAT clients with a physician’s order and medical records. 

Do you prescribe MAT for residential clients? 

Yes, we can prescribe Suboxone, Vivitrol, and for the pregnant clients buprenorphine.  We cannot prescribe methadone, but we will transport to the Beckley Treatment Center as needed.  All pathways to recovery are welcomed and accepted. 

I have a family member in jail who is in need of treatment.  Can I make a referral on her behalf? 

We encourage the potential client to make the referral whenever possible. However, we understand that is not always possible.  You may use the “make a referral link” to submit your referral, but we cannot schedule a bed date until the client has made written or verbal contact with us. An incarcerated loved one usually has an attorney or counselor who can assist them in making a referral as well. 

Can I have a phone? 

No cell phones or laptops are permitted at Turning Point.  They are often a trigger for leaving treatment against medical advice. 

Can I smoke or use tobacco? 

Turning Pointe clients are not permitted to smoke or use tobacco.  Clients are offered nicotine replacement therapies.  

What items should I bring? 

No more than 5 changes of clothes.  A jacket and change of shoes.  Comfortable walking shoes are suggested for activities, any current medications in original bottles with physician orders, personal hygiene items, and shower shoes.  Baby items including formula, car seats, clothing, diapers, wipes, lotion, diaper rash cream, and diaper bags are not provided.  (Bedding, pillows, towels, cribs, pack and plays, baby bath tubs, cribs, strollers are provided.) The storage is limited.

What items are prohibited?

Weapons, tobacco, lighters, vap pens, towels, bedding, pillows, sheets, blankets, cell phones and other electronics, large sums of cash or gift cards, alcohol, illicit drugs, drug paraphernalia, clothing displaying alcohol, tobacco, or drug advertisements, keyboard duster, explosives, hair dye, bleach, cleaning products, fireworks, tattoo material or devices, outside food and drink. 

Where will I be staying? 

Turning Point is in a newer facility located on the FMRS Beckley Campus.  Therapy and living quarters are in the same facility.  A mother and infant will have a private room with a bathroom.  Two pregnant or two post-partum adults without children may be housed in the same room sharing a bathroom.    

May I have a car on property? 

No, vehicles of any kind are not permitted during your treatment.