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                  Get on Board! April 20 is the day of our Honors Gala. This year we honor US Representative Keith Ellison, who has represented the Fifth Congressional District in the US House of Representatives since 2007. The Fifth Congressional District is the most vibrant and diverse district in Minnesota with a rich history and traditions. the Fifth District includes the City of Minneapolis and the surrounding suburbs. Ellison’s philosophy is one of “generosity and inclusiveness.” His roots as a community activist and his message of inclusivity through democratic participation resonates throughout the Fifth District. His priorities in Congress include promoting peace, prosperity for working families, environmental sustainability, and civil and human rights. Turning Point Honors Award The ward itself recognizes and celebrates knowledge, leadership, experience and longevity. We are honored to salute individuals who deserve the highest praise. Our honorees reflect the values and traditions that make African Americans successful, strong and monumental. This year we also honor Ms. Patricia Carter as Employee of the Year, Mr. Marvin Clark as Client of the Year and Ms. Elizabeth Reed, President’s Award Recipient. We will celebrate at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center. For reservations or more information, call 612-520-9187. Tickets available at eventbrite.com/e/6th-annual-turning-point-honors-gala-tickets-43978363469    ...

The 2018 Turning Point Honors Gala will be at the Earle Brown Heritage Center on April 20 from 6-8 p.m. We will be honoring the following people: US Representative Keith Ellison – Person of the Year Ms. Patricia Carter – Employee of the Year Mr. Marvin Clark – Client of the Year Ms. Elizabeth Reed – President’s Awards recipient ...

In this issue: No Place like Home reminds us that many of our clients call Turning Point “home” Client Getonn Harbin shares his personal story Stephen Robinson, Housing Division Director, helps remind us how Housing Programs Help Redirect Lives And so much more! [button size='large' style='' text='Download PDF File' icon='' icon_color='' link='http://ourturningpoint.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/OTP_Vol8Iss4.pdf' target='_blank' color='#ffffff' hover_color='#ffffff' border_color='' hover_border_color='' background_color='#a41f35' hover_background_color='#e37b00' border_radius="5" font_style='normal' font_size='40px' font_weight='600' text_align='center' margin='']...

In this issue: Offering the Last Ray of Hope talks about how Turning Point offers hope and healing for their clients Stephen Robinson talks about how communities in the US are finding creative ways to help the homeless Turning Point’s 5th Annual Gala [button size='large' style='' text='Download PDF File' icon='' icon_color='' link='http://ourturningpoint.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Our-Turning-Point-Vol-8-Iss-3.pdf' target='_blank' color='#ffffff' hover_color='#ffffff' border_color='' hover_border_color='' background_color='#a41f35' hover_background_color='#e37b00' border_radius="5" font_style='normal' font_size='40px' font_weight='600' text_align='center' margin='']...

In this issue: Our Youth are Our Future talks about Turning Point's work in two Minneapolis Public Schools Collaborating with Pillsbury United Committees announces new partnership Black history month celebrations and events for clients and staff And so much more! [button size='large' style='' text='Download PDF File' icon='' icon_color='' link='http://ourturningpoint.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Our-Turning-Point-Vol-8-Iss-2.pdf' target='_blank' color='#ffffff' hover_color='#ffffff' border_color='' hover_border_color='' background_color='#a41f35' hover_background_color='#e37b00' border_radius="5" font_style='normal' font_size='40px' font_weight='600' text_align='center' margin='']...

In this issue: What Is Turning Point’s Brand? looks at how they embody their brand of “culturally specific services for African Americans” Greg Jones discusses the importance of physicals for clients with chemical dependency issues A recap of Coach Alfred Powell’s speech to Turning Point clients, staff and partners [button size='large' style='' text='Download PDF File' icon='' icon_color='' link='http://ourturningpoint.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Our-Turning-Point-Vol-8-Iss-1.pdf' target='_blank' color='#ffffff' hover_color='#ffffff' border_color='' hover_border_color='' background_color='#a41f35' hover_background_color='#e37b00' border_radius="5" font_style='normal' font_size='40px' font_weight='600' text_align='center' margin='']...

Check out our 2016 annual report. Inside this year's annual report you'll find client success stories, a letter from our CEO and CFO and information about what's ahead for Turning Point....

In this issue: What is your foundation? encourages us to think about what really matters Support Services Makes a Difference in Treatment explains the importance of providing services that extend beyond chemical health Miles Tidd, Turning Point's youngest client shares his success story And so much more! [button size='large' style='' text='Download PDF File' icon='' icon_color='' link='http://ourturningpoint.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/v7i3.pdf' target='_blank' color='#ffffff' hover_color='#ffffff' border_color='' hover_border_color='' background_color='#a41f35' hover_background_color='#e37b00' border_radius="5" font_style='normal' font_size='40px' font_weight='600' text_align='center' margin='']...

Founded in 1976, Turning Point has directly served and helped positively change the lives of more than 24,125 people. Our culturally specific services support African Americans who are chemically dependent, homeless, and/or of low socioeconomic status. Our cultural training supports organizations seeking, as part of their diversity and inclusion initiatives, to better serve and work with African Americans and other people of color....