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Turning Point Opens New SAFE.Home In Los Angeles That Will House 10 Women!

After Drugs & Prison, Women Receive a Home and Another Chance at Turning Point

After Drugs and Prison, They Get a Home and Another Chance
Los Angeles Times

After Drugs & Prison, Women Receive a Home and Another Chance at Turning Point

Spring Into Action’ Community Luncheon Planned
LA Sentinel

After Drugs & Prison, Women Receive a Home and Another Chance at Turning Point

Perkins Helps Reconnect Families Through The Turning Point
LA Sentinel

Michelle Susan New House Opens

Nuevo Hogar en Los Ángeles Para Mujeres que Estuvieron en la Cárcel
La Opinión (laopinion.com)

CBS Housing Article

LA County nonprofits step in to help women recently released from prison
CBS LA

ABC Housing Article

Turning Point opens New  SAFE Home in South LA
ABC Housing Article on Vimeo

Michelle-Article

Turning Point & DAAC Present

DA OFFICE IGNORES VICTIMS OF CRIME UNTIL ITS TIME TO PUNISH THEM

By Yehudah Pryce – Contributing Writer

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office (LADA) provided little support to justice-involved community members who have been victims of crime, according to a new survey of social service recipients at Turning Point (TP), a South Los Angeles non-profit social service provider, and the DA Accountability Coalition (DAAC). The data gathered by TP appear to contradict claims by former Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey

Michelle-Article

Turning Point for Formerly incarcerated

MAKING A DIFFERENCE

By Darlene Donloe – Contributing Writer

Michelle Perkins, the CEO and executive director of Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Education Program, is very open and honest about her past life as an addict and as “a Black, incarcerated woman.”

Mr.Gartley’s New Life

HEAR MR. GARTLEY’S STORY OF HOW TURNING POINT WAS ABLE TO HELP HIM.

By Staff – Contributing Writer

Turning Point partnered with the Center for Employment Opportunity, Inc. to provide financial assistance via the returning citizen stimulus program to provide stimulus funding to individuals that were released from prison during the COVID pandemic.

Hear  how Mr.Gartley’s used the help he received from Turning Point.

SISTERhOOD  ALLIANCE FOR FREEDOM AND EQUALITY

The Safe Housing Network

The SAFE Housing Network uplifts the leadership of formerly incarcerated people as the experts in ending mass incarceration and rebuilding lives, families, and communities.

Purpose of the Network

As the most impacted people by the criminal legal system, formerly incarcerated people are necessary to transforming the criminal legal system. However, too often we are excluded from these conversations

We Assist The Reentry Community

We identify and train formerly incarcerated leaders who will transform reentry services and the criminal legal system. The SAFE Housing network builds a network of experts that understand the diversity of