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MidHudson Regional Hospital
Turning Point

Inpatient Programs
241 North Road
Poughkeepsie, New York 12601

Outpatient Programs
201 South Avenue
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Alcohol and Drug Dependency

Alcohol and Drug Dependency Programs

Kyle Goldberg Turning Point Program at MidHudson Regional Hospital

Individualized, expert treatment for the chemically dependent

The Kyle Goldberg Turning Point Program at MidHudson Regional Hospital is a comprehensive not-for-profit chemical dependency treatment program in Dutchess County, New York.  Established in 1985, Turning Point provides inpatient medically managed detoxification from alcohol and all other types of substances as well as inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation and a variety of specialized intensive outpatient programs, outpatient counseling, and groups.  All services are licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS).

The program provides a structure that will allow the individual to regain control of his or her environment by participating in daily activities and making positive decisions regarding the use of leisure time. The aim is to allow the patient to function with a measure of success that will result in a greater ability to take control and responsibility for daily living. 

Chemical dependency is a family disease.  Turning Point believes in outreach to families and supportive friends and co-workers.  We respond to the needs of affected children and address family dynamics that are associated with addictions.

As a full-care treatment center, we teach sobriety through hope, dignity and respect.  We focus on the whole person through physical, psychological and spiritual health and emphasize the need for support to live a full and healthy life.

• 10 medically monitored detoxification beds
• 50 inpatient rehab beds
• Day and evening outpatient, women’s intensive outpatient, and dual focus intensive outpatient
• Safe and supportive environment
• Detox managed with methadone
• Spirituality program
• Transportation available for rehab admissions
(weekday & weekend pick-ups)
• Medicaid and other insurance plans accepted
• Gender-specific therapy groups
• Anger management certification track
• Early recovery/relapse prevention tracks
• The highest integrity, quality, and success
• OASAS-licensed and accredited by DNV

Where can I find an AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) or NA (Narcotics Anonymous) meeting?

Where can I learn more about addiction and recovery?

The Turning Point Detoxification Unit is in an acute care hospital setting and provides a protected environment in which patients may safely withdraw from alcohol and other drugs, and begin to heal physically.

Medical staff are prepared to manage all medical complications as patient safety is our primary concern.  We are skilled in the management of withdrawal from substances including alcohol, opiates and prescription pain medications, benzodiazepines and designer drugs.

The Turning Point Detoxification Unit utilizes a full range of pharmacologic agents to tailor treatment to the patient’s individual physiologic needs.

The counseling staff provides support, education and discharge planning for patients as they re-enter the community making appointments with and referrals to appropriate aftercare programs.

Contact Detox Services by calling:
800.724.9440 ext. 84430, or 845.483.5511
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., or
845.483.5514 after hours and on weekends.

Turning Point at MidHudson Regional Hospital is dedicated to providing hope and support to those individuals and their families whose lives have been affected by chemical dependency.  We enter into partnerships with our patients, staff and referents to provide the highest level of care through service, communication and clinical excellence.  Our goal is to facilitate the total recovery of the individual and family by teaching sobriety in the most effective and respectful manner possible.

The interdisciplinary treatment team at Turning Point consists of clinicians highly skilled in the field of chemical dependency and mental health treatment.  Therapeutic alliances are established early in order to facilitate effective treatment planning.  Patient and referent satisfaction surveys reveal that our patients consistently value the individualized treatment approach we provide.

  • Day rehabilitation program (five days/week)
  • Day and evening intensive outpatient programs (three days/week)
  • Women’s intensive outpatient program (four days/week)

Individuals in the intensive outpatient programs receive one-on-one counseling, group therapy and educational activities that include films, reading, speakers and homework assignments.

In addition to attending education programs, addicts' family members are encouraged to participate in counseling and to follow guidelines that keep the home environment drug-free and safe for the recovering addict.

  •  Dual focus (chemical dependency and mental health) intensive outpatient program (five days/week)

Our dual diagnosis intensive outpatient program focuses not just on the addiction and plan for sobriety but also on identifying and processing the emotional issues that so often accompany addictions. The program also centers on the devastating impact of addiction on the mind, body and spirit of the individual, as well as the family involved. Our philosophy is that addiction comes hand-in-hand with emotional issues.  We believe it is vital to treat both in order to maintain health.

  • Relapse prevention groups
  • Individual and family counseling
  • Psychiatric evaluation and medication services
  • OASAS licensed and accredited by DNV

Medical staff are available 24 hours a day, seven days per week for evaluation for inpatient admission and treatment, either by walk-in or by phone contact.

Contact Detox Services by calling:
800.724.9440 ext. 84430, or 845.483.5511 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., or 845.483.5514 after hours and on weekends.

Behavioral Health Community Liaison

For any general questions or concerns regarding Turning Point chemical dependency services, please contact the program liaison at 845.483.5000 ext. 13503.