“To learn that you are not alone and can always count on Turning Point for support.”
“I feel much better, understanding what DV is and knowing how to move ahead in my future.”
“I thank God every day for Turning Point. You have saved my life and it’s the only place I feel safe/trust. Please don’t ever stop your programs.”
“They treat me with respect every time I am here and I thank you for that. This experience has enriched my life greatly.”
“A true friend is someone who helps when you are down. You all are true friends in my life. I will never forget you and your generous support.”
“Thanks for making me better. You made me realize the person I am inside. I am walking out the door not the person I was before.”
“The good thing was sleeping, because at home I couldn’t sleep.”
“Turning Point helped my mother get back on her feet … and Turning Point helped us when we needed it.”
“Turning Point; as in Turning Point to a good start.”
“I told my teacher about what my dad did to my mom. Then we moved to shelter. I thought I did something wrong until I talked to Ms. Connie.”
—10 year old shelter resident
Thank you Turning Point for your 24-hour crisis line because domestic violence has no set day or time.
Second Hand Rose supports the Mission of Turning Point by providing free goods to survivors, affordable merchandise to the community, and revenue to support the programs of Turning Point.
"That victims of Domestic Violence don’t have a certain look. It can happen to anyone anywhere from any type of social or ethnic background, religious background, rich, poor, strong, successful, anyone around your life my be a victim or an abuser."
Neena, Turning Point's Survivor Speakers Bureau
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Services to End Domestic and Sexual Violence
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Are you a survivor and want to share your story, dispel myths, and raise awareness in the community? Apply today for Turning Point's Survivor Speakers Bureau! http://www.turningpointmacomb.org/tp/give-now/survior-speakers-bureau/
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The clothesline project is a visual display that promotes healing & awareness by survivors.Witness survivors additions to the clothesline project from our community. Locally portions are hung this month at Clinton Twp, Macomb ISD, Warren Community Center etc for info on more locations click here for more locationshttp://www.turningpointmacomb.org/tp/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/dvam-calendar-2014.pdf
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