Thank you for taking the time to get to know us, we are Turning Point! We are a Shelter for Individuals seeking safety and shelter after fleeing a domestic or sexual abuse relationship. We hold up to 45 people (woman & children) in our facility and offer stabilizing services and empowerment. In the month of February, we provided over 3000 meals to our clients and children. We also help survivors that are out in the community with our outreach services, which include food and hygiene products, when needed. Because abuse does not discriminate, we have lots of different cultures, religions, and dietary restrictions on a regular basis. We are open to all different types of food, but produce is hard to come by, and it is truly appreciated when we get this in our kitchen.
This listing was last updated Mar 22, 2023
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We can accept a donation any day of the week, we just need a call to our office so that we can expect someone coming onto our property for safety and security purposes. We generally would not have an extra person to come and pick up after normal business hours.
We can arrange a pick up to keep our facility confidential, for safety purposes. You can call us at 636.456.1186 and ask for Kylie or Sherry
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