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Turning Point Scotland provides person centred support to adults with a range of complex needs. We learn from services and seek to influence social policy.

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Low Moss PSP support for prisoners

Low Moss PSP support for prisoners

£200,000 for project to reduce reoffending.  A pilot project which reduces reoffending and supports around 750 prisoners and ex-offenders every year will be extended to March 2017 thanks to an additional £200,000 funding from the Scottish Government. The Low Moss...
New service plans for Inverclyde

New service plans for Inverclyde

A new service has been launched in Inverclyde to meet the needs of people in the local community living with complex needs arising from their mental illness. Turning Point Scotland, the national social care charity has worked within the area...
Rosie's Social Enterprises become radio stars!

Rosie’s Social Enterprises become radio stars!

Turning Point Scotland and Rosies’s Social Enterprises are being broadcast on the radio and to the world online!  The ACVO and SHMU team welcomed Lisa Mann and Denise Hutton from Turning Point Scotland/Rosies Social Enterprises as this week’s special guests...
Turning Point Scotland's Ian Irvine attends Queen’s reception at Buckingham Palace

Turning Point Scotland’s Ian Irvine attends Queen’s reception at Buckingham Palace

Ian Irvine, Operations Manager, Turning Point Scotland, from Glasgow, has attended a reception at Buckingham Palace, hosted by Her Majesty the Queen.  Her Majesty the Queen, who is patron of The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, hosted the event to mark...
Innovative housing model to address homelessness in East Dunbartonshire

Innovative housing model to address homelessness in East Dunbartonshire

People experiencing homelessness due to mental health issues and addiction in East Dunbartonshire can now get help to find their own tenancy.  Turning Point Scotland East Dunbartonshire Housing First supports people into mainstream social housing and offers 24 hour support...
Rosies Retro official opening

Rosies Retro official opening

National social care charity Turning Point Scotland launches Rosie’s Retro, its second social enterprise, this time in Ayr town centre. Building on the success of Rosie’s Social Enterprise in Aberdeen, Rosie’s Retro will provide workplace opportunities for adults with learning...
Who we are

Who we are

Turning Point Scotland delivers person centred services across Scotland. You can view a video introduction to TPS and our services here. We have a growing library of videos about TPS featuring our staff and the individuals that we support. These...
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Garden project open day

Garden project open day

Turning Point Scotland Perth & Kinross is welcoming visitors to their garden project. The Shore Road Garden Project is holding an open day on Thursday 16th April, between 10.30am and 4pm. We will be giving tours of the project to show what we have been doing and what we are in the process of doing....
Turning Point Scotland Dumfries & Galloway marks World Autism Awareness week

Turning Point Scotland Dumfries & Galloway marks World Autism Awareness week

Turning Point Scotland Dumfries & Galloway has been marking World Autism Awareness week. Working in partnership with Dumfries & Galloway Council, the Robert Burns Centre in Dumfries and Autism Network Scotland there are a series of events being held: On April 1 from 2 pm – 6 pm there will be an Autism Support Information...
Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Yale University giving free lecture in Glasgow

Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Yale University giving free lecture in Glasgow

As part of  the Centre for Health Policy’s international seminar series,   co-hosts Turning Point Scotland are delighted to welcome Michael Rowe, Co-Director of the Program for Recovery and Community Health and Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Yale University, USA, to present a Masterclass on “An easy relationship?  Citizenship and human rights”.  This event is...
Recruitment day in Ayr

Recruitment day in Ayr

Would you like to work in social care or are you looking for a new challenge? Turning Point Scotland services in Ayr are holding a recruitment day Ayr Town Hall, 12pm – 6pm, Thursday 5th March. Down load the Ayr recruitment poster for more information.  
Low Moss PSP at a glance

Low Moss PSP at a glance

Martin Cawley, Chief Executive of Turning Point Scotland has addressed an audience at Scottish Parliament on the subject of ‘sustaining public social partnerships’. Turning Point Scotland is the lead voluntary sector partner in the HMP Low Moss Public Social Partnership. The service, now operational for nearly two years aims to address the root causes of...
Bake it Happen - save the date 30th March!

Bake it Happen – save the date 30th March!

Turning Point Scotland is holding its second Bake it Happen. Last year each of our 35 services held a ‘Bake it Happen’ event on the same day. The idea was to bring our staff, partners, the people we support with their families to have coffee and cake and raise money at the same time. The...