Looking for a place to make new friends and learn how to recover and thrive while living with a mental illness? Look no further!
Turning Point, Seminole Behavioral Healthcare’s innovative Psychosocial Rehabilitation program, is actively seeking referrals for qualified candidates! If you’re interested in learning more about your mental illness and are in need of assistance in improving life and social skills, Turning Point is the place to be!
Who can be referred?
Adults living in Seminole County with a diagnosed mental illness that have a need and desire to improve daily functioning and life skills are eligible to be referred to Turning Point.
What happens at Turning Point?
All members of the Turning Point program are provided a primary counselor who creates a personalized Treatment Plan and works to assist their clients with learning to cope with life and mental illness. During the day, members attend two group sessions with Mental Health Counselors that cover everything from Understanding Mental Illness, Conflict Management, specific Women’s and Men’s only groups and everything in between!
Want to know the best part? Members have input into what groups they would most benefit from and have the chance to select NEW groups every 12 weeks!
A morning snack and lunch are provided for members and transportation to and from the program is also provided!
Click HERE to see Turning Point’s FULL group curriculum and check out the exciting groups offered at the program!
I’m interested! How do I sign up?
Great! We look forward to having you in the program!
You can either click on the “Contact Us” link in the top, right hand corner of SeminoleCares.org and send an e-mail to the agency regarding your interest and need for follow-up
You can call the Turning Point Program Coordinator, Katherine Schroeder, directly at: (407) 323-2036 x2131 who will be happy to answer any further questions you may have and direct you about how best to seek a referral to the program.
If you are brand new to the agency and do not receive other services at Seminole Behavioral Healthcare, you can always drop in at the Access Center in Sanford Monday through Friday between 8am and 4pm and let them know that you are interested in attending Turning Point. The helpful staff in this department will be able to assess whether Turning Point is appropriate for you and make the referral to the program right then and there!
Turning Point is excited to have this opportunity to bring in new members to the program and is looking forward to meeting you and helping you on your road to recovery!