Who We Are

Our Mission

Our Values

Our Vision

Is to work toward the prevention and the elimination of domestic and dating violence.

Is one of a world free from violence.

Relationships

Encouraging healthy

interactions 

Safety

Advocating for stability and  well-being

Change

Transforming communities 

Equity

Creating opportunities for everyone to thrive

Integrity

Taking a stand and doing what is right 

Respect

Embracing and accepting differences

 
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The #INAgainstDA campaign breaks away from many domestic violence campaigns by turning its focus from survivors of domestic abuse and violence to bystanders and the community at large.

Learn more at INagainstDA.com

What We Do

Non-Residential 

Services

Staff provides intervention services for victims, and their families, of domestic violence and sexual assault who are not currently seeking shelter.

Emergency Shelter

&

24-Hour Helpline

Turning Point offers a 25-Bed Emergency Shelter for adult women, men, and their dependent children who are victims of Domestic Violence and/or Sexual Assault.

Prevention Education

&

Professional Training

Beyond intervention, Turning Point can provide educational programs to all ages and types of groups. Our Prevention efforts are designed to stop domestic violence in the next generation...

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Shelter Needs

List

You can help make a difference in our client's lives by making a donation from our shelter needs list. Our shelter needs list is updated monthly with our

 top needs. 

ICADV Stigma Campaign
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Turning Point's partnership with ICADV in the Stigma Reduction campaign helps reach targeted audiences in our 5-county service area. Turning Point President, Lisa Shafran stated, “As compassionate service providers one of the most important things we do in our work is to listen. Survivors across the state have bravely lifted their voices to tell us what they want and need from their communities. Turning Point is committed to this campaign to educate our communities and reduce the stigma domestic violence survivors have experienced.”

Learn More at INagainstDA.com