The Turnbridge intensive outpatient program, located at 201 Orange Street in downtown New Haven, Connecticut provides integrated treatment for addiction, mental health disorders, and eating disorders. The outpatient center was fully renovated and expanded in 2018 and contains bright and inviting clinical offices, group meeting rooms, and nursing stations in which clients and clinicians engage in individual and group therapy and specialized care. The outpatient program provides a comprehensive array of treatment services including:
- Multiple modes of psychotherapy including CBT, DBT, and EMDR
- Psychiatry and medication management services
- Specialized eating disorder treatment track
- Individual and group therapy
- Mindfulness and meditation training
- 12-Step facilitation
New Haven, Connecticut is home to Turnbridge® residential programs and its intensive outpatient program at 189 Orange Street. For more than 15 years, Turnbridge has been a proud member of the thriving New Haven community. Turnbridge clients become part of New Haven's vibrant recovery community during their time in treatment, and many stay on to enter area colleges and the local workforce.
Turnbridge is a fixture in New Haven's many recovery support groups, and it hosts many free family and parent support groups open to anyone affected by an addicted loved one.
In 2018, Turnbridge made its intensive outpatient program (IOP) available to residents of New Haven and surrounding communities. Turnbridge also became an in-network provider with Anthem Blue Cross and HUSKY Medicaid plans to increase the accessibility of its outpatient treatment services to as many people as possible.
Many of the things that make New Haven a great place to live and work also make it an ideal city in which to receive treatment for addiction and mental health conditions. The Turnbridge clinical facility on Orange Street is centrally located in downtown New Haven, and easily accessible by car or public transit. On-street and garage parking options are plentiful. This makes it easy for people traveling from home, work, or school to attend the program's day and evening group and individual therapy sessions.