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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
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.