Austin Turning Point

Type
Mens, Womens
Age
Young adult is generally a person in the age range of 20 to 29.
Teenagers, Young Adult, Adult
Target Issues
Addiction, Alcohol Abuse, Drug Abuse
Overview
Austin Turning Point Sober Living home is committed to insuring a safe, clean, spiritual environment, and dedicated to providing high quality sober living. Our Sober Living program is structured to implement everything our residents have learned in treatment or through the twelve step recovery process and mold that into real life.
 
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Abe's place rocks!
Austin Turning Point saved my life! Abe Hernandez and his staff were the most professional and compassionate team that I've ever met. I came from The Right Step in Wimberley straight to Abe's. If I ever have another treatment center episode, I'm discharging to Austin Turning Point! The best fellowship of homes I've ever stayed at. Wyatt was my room mate and relapsed. We all wish him the best.
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Former resident
I stayed at Abe Hernandez's A.T.P "recovery" homes in 2013 after graduating from Origins treatment in south padre. After getting into a cab with a roommate, I got arrested for theft of service because he ran off not telling me that he had no money for the fair. I stayed in jail from Friday night to Monday afternoon only to come back and find that Abe had sold my bed out from under me leaving me with ... more nowhere to go due to me migrating from the west coast to restart. After asking to sleep on the couch for one night so I could have time to mail my belongings home so I might be able to try to make my way home travelling lightly, he insisted on me going on the greyhound that he paid for despite my protest. He gave me his word that he would mail (cash on delivery) my belongings aka EVERYTHING I OWNED to me the fallowing day, But held them ransom from a struggling addict that was just kicked out of there only home halfway across the country by him. Abe is supposed to be a role model for newly recovering addicts looking for guidance and a figure of AA/NA, But from what I have seen of him he is most certainly not. His "homes" where sub standard, over priced, & crowded. In my experience all of the "non-actions" where lazy and money hungry. Passing judgement and trying to guilt, manipulative newly sober people into free labor while taking what little pocket change available off the top. This was my experience.
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