Turning Point is here to help to break the cycle of poverty, mass incarceration, homelessness, and mental health disparities.
Turning Point works closely with the reentry population who have been impacted by the criminal justice system. We assist formerly incarcerated individuals and the homeless population by providing temporary and permanent housing support, mental health services, drug and alcohol education, parenting skills, anger management and domestic violence classes.
We care for people!
The key focus of Turning Point’s Re-Entry Program is to help people who have been recently released from incarceration.
Turning Point Mental Health specializes in individual, family and group counseling.
Community is the family that goes beyond family. It is the people and places that we come in contact with each and every day. When we strengthen communities, we strengthen individuals.
Turning Point Programs and Services
Our programs help clients reshape their beliefs and attitudes, and control their impulses, thoughts, and behaviors. Our therapists, substance abuse counselors, community health workers and Intensive case managers provide culturally appropriate counseling to clients.
Turning Point’s Re-Entry Program utilizes an evidence-based collaborative whole person care model to help people who have been recently released from incarceration to successfully
Turning Point’s mental health program utilizes evidence-based practices to empower community members of all ages in the management of the unique mental health challenges they may face.
- Alcohol & Other Drug Education
- HIV / AIDS Testing & Education (Charles Drew Medical Center)
- Group and Individual Counseling
- Domestic Violence Classes
- Anger Management
- Parenting Classes
Our empathetic counselors provide culturally appropriate counseling interventions to clients in their personal and family lives.
Turning Point Women’s Re-Entry Program offers housing to women who are transitioning back into society and have no where else to turn to.