In a Day’s Work: From the Mundane to the Mission
As the Executive Director, there are many parts of my job that are truly necessary yet pretty mundane. Today was one of those days when I needed to focus on…Read More
But Is It Enough?
In 1976, a small group of women came together, determined to do something about domestic violence rather than just talk about it. This was the start of May Day Anonymous,…Read More
My Confession to Other Parents & Caregivers
At the risk of slight embarrassment, I’ll share with you a personal memory. When my oldest son was five days old and freshly home from the hospital, I held him…Read More
Safe House is More Than a Building
Over the first nine months of our program year, Turning Point has provided Safe House services to 108 adults and 113 children fleeing domestic violence. While most of these individuals…Read More
The Year in Review
If you see any of the same stuff as I do on social media, I’m sure you’ve come across posts lamenting 2016 as a terrible year. To be sure, it…Read More
Let’s All Rise & Make Some Noise!
One of my favorite stories about the birth of the victims’ rights movement is how Anne Pride, Executive Director of Pittsburgh Action Against Rape in 1980, refused to produce a…Read More
A message from our Executive Director
In 1995, some of you reading this may not have yet been born. A gallon of gas cost just over $1; a stamp cost only $.32. EBay and the DVD…Read More
Welcome to Turning Point. We are here for you.
We welcome you to our new website and hope you will find helpful information here and that you will share this resource with others who may need Turning Point’s assistance…Read More