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Mark Twain Behavioral Health

146 Communications Drive, Hannibal, Missouri, 63401
Hannibal Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Inc. believes that prolonged substance abuse or chemical dependency leads to physical and psychological deterioration. In addition, prolonged substance abuse leads to deterioration of family relationships, employment, and frequently brings the abuser into contact with the criminal justice system. Substance abuse creates considerable cost to society in terms of the abuser’s loss of personal income; costs incurred with the criminal justice system contact; and cost involved with the treatment and rehabilitation of the abuser and/or the abuser’s family members. Hannibal Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Inc., it’s Board of Directors, general membership and employees are dedicated to providing quality, affordable, and accessible treatment services to the substance abuser and the abuser’s family members. We seek to continually improve services by seeking new opportunities, refining our existing delivery systems and creatively and efficiently expanding services whenever possible.

Facility Highlights

  • Codependency Counseling
  • Individual Treatment Planning
  • Relapse Prevention


  • Medical Detoxification

    Drugs and alcohol have widespread effects throughout your body, including but not limited to the addiction and/or physical/psychological dependence that develops with substance abuse over time. Many organ systems are affected by addiction and will react to withdrawal. The term “medical detoxification” means that there is a trained and licensed medical professional onsite to monitor your vital signs and protect your physical and emotional health as your body goes through withdrawal.
  • Outpatient

    Outpatient treatment describes all addiction treatment that is not residential. Patients live at home while undergoing rehab.

Facility Settings

  • Average Location/Amenities

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Turning Point Recovery Centers (TPRC), formerly known as Hannibal Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, provides substance abuse treatment through several Missouri-based locations. The highly structured rehab provides a full range of services, including outpatient care, residential treatment, and detox, offered at only 20 (7.8 percent) facilities in the state. This is also amongst the 90 (35 percent) Missouri treatment centers where programming for individuals who have been arrested for alcohol or drug-related traffic offenses is available.


Turning Point’s detox unit is open 24 hours a day. Clients may voluntarily admit themselves, but the facility also accepts court-ordered 96-hour holds. While in detox, clients are closely monitored by staff and spend their time resting, watching educational videos, and participating in groups. During detox, clients may not use the phone or meet with visitors.

Residential treatment is gender-separate. Days at both facilities begin at 8 a.m. and end at 8 p.m. Clients participate in a mix of group sessions, individual counseling, group education, structured activities, and 12-step support meetings. The women’s residential program is similarly structured, and daycare for children ages 13 and under is available. This is one of only 20 (7.8 percent) treatment centers in the state that offers this service to parents in recovery. Both programs encourage family involvement through designated groups on Sundays, conferences, and family therapy.

Outpatient care blends individual and group counseling, and clients participate in educational sessions and relapse prevention programs. Counseling for codependency is also offered to significant others and participants' families.

The facility also offers a substance abuse traffic offender program (SATOP), an adolescent diversion education program, and a weekend intervention program,


Turning Point’s staff is led by an executive director with 20 years of substance abuse-counseling experience. Staff includes CRADC- and CADC-certified members.


Clients reside in a nondescript building located in a suburban neighborhood in Turning Point. Few details regarding the facilities are available, but two alumni polled by Rehabs.com to date on the facility’s accommodations, cleanliness, and amenities provided three- and four-star ratings out of five.


Of three alumni reviews submitted to Rehabs.com to date, two shared favorable experiences with the facility, and one did not. The two positive reviewers provide a three-star and a five-star rating out of five when surveyed on whether or not they would recommend this center to others.

Alum J.F. wrote that, while the daycare was a strength, the facility did not have enough experience in dual diagnosis, giving this category just one star and counseling options only two. J.F. gave low, two-star ratings for holistic offerings and the center's connectivity policy as well. Another former client echoed the concern with unqualified staff in their written feedback.

The review submitted by alum D.H. was more positive. It specifically highlighted the educational components. “The program taught me about making a decision for myself and recovery is my own gift. The tools I learned to use gave a fighting chance in the real world and in real situations that may arise.”

On Google, seven reviewers to date rated Turning Point 4.6 out of five stars.[1] Reviewer L.M. wrote, "They treated the people that I know that went there very good," and former client D.S. agreed, "Personalized plans to deal with life's terms and assisted in getting medicine and the help I needed."


The sole anonymous loved one polled by Rehabs.com to date praised Turning Point’s programming but suggested that the available resources did not meet the community’s needs. This survey respondent rated its family participation and affordability a perfect five stars; its treatment effectiveness, exercise and leisure options, and counseling options four stars; and its holistic treatment offerings three stars. They wrote, “The are local and seem to really care but they have a long waiting list and it is difficult to get in.”


Rehabs.com had yet to receive staff feedback as of this writing; on Indeed, one former staff member rated Turning Point only one out of five stars, criticizing the facility's "lack of resources, attitude of the guards."[2]


Turning Point has a list of service fees on its website, including a $126 assessment fee, $200 for its Offender Education Program, $467.45 for its weekend intervention program, and $505 - $1380.91 for its SATOP. No information is available about insurance options.

[1] GoogleReviews
[2] https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Turning-Point-Recovery-Center-Reviews-E1653988.htm

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