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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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Renfrewshire Services Christmas Fayre

Renfrewshire Services Christmas Fayre

Renfrewshire Services is holding its annual Christmas Fayre on Wednesday 3rd of December 2014 between 3pm and 7pm. Tickets are £1.50 each and include a mince pie and tea or coffee! Other attractions include home baking, a raffle, tombola, guess...
Turning Point Scotland annual report 2013-2014 published

Turning Point Scotland annual report 2013-2014 published

You can also download the Turning Point Scotland annual report 2013-2014 PDF      
GDCC is turning 20!

GDCC is turning 20!

Glasgow Drug Crisis Centre is celebrating 20 years of supporting people achieve a better quality of life. Come and join us to mark this special occasion. Interactive opportunities, complementary therapies, GDCC film, GDCC time capsule, yoga, highlights of GDCC and...
New short break service offered in Stranraer

New short break service offered in Stranraer

Turning Point Scotland Dumfries & Galloway is offering a brand new service to help people take a short break from supporting and caring for a loved one. Previously people from Wigtownshire looking for respite have to travel over 70 miles...
Turning Point Scotland marks 15 years as an independent charity

Turning Point Scotland marks 15 years as an independent charity

One of Scotland’s leading social care organisations is marking a decade and a half supporting people who traditionally have been disadvantaged. Turning Point Scotland was set up as an independent charity and devolved itself from parent organisation Turning Point UK,...
Scottish cards handmade with care at Rosie’s

Scottish cards handmade with care at Rosie’s

Contact Rosie’s at rosiescrafts@turningpointscotland.com for more information and like us on Facebook.
Legal high and stimulant drop in service available

Legal high and stimulant drop in service available

Following our ‘legal high’ drop in  pilot, we will continue to run this service at 123 West Street in Glasgow. Legal highs, known as new psychoactive substances (NPS), are synthetic drugs which can be bought online and sometimes in shops. In...
An introduction

An introduction

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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Glasgow drug service marks 20 years saving lives and reducing harm caused by addiction

Glasgow drug service marks 20 years saving lives and reducing harm caused by addiction

Turning Point Scotland’s Glasgow Drug Crisis Centre has been supporting people affected by drug addiction since 1994.  To mark this milestone, the service is hosting a special open day for people that have received support in the centre past and present, as well as staff and agencies that work with Glasgow Drug Crisis Centre. Taking...
Turning Point Scotland athletes gear up for big race

Turning Point Scotland athletes gear up for big race

A group of athletes from Turning Point Scotland’s services are aiming to achieve their personal best for 10km and raise money this weekend.  Over 10 000 runners will be pounding the streets of Glasgow on Sunday 5th October as part of the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run. Around a dozen service users and a...
New York academic addresses seminar on poverty, housing and homelessness

New York academic addresses seminar on poverty, housing and homelessness

Around 100 delegates gathered at the University of Strathclyde to discuss poverty, housing and homelessness issues. The seminar was co-hosted by Turning Point Scotland and the Strathclyde International Public Policy Institute’s new Centre for Health Policy, University of Strathclyde. Deborah Padgett, Professor of Social Work and Global Public Health at New York University delivered the...
Housing provision for homeless people examined

Housing provision for homeless people examined

The policy of giving homeless people with complex mental health issues permanent places to live will be the focus of a keynote speech at the University of Strathclyde. Professor Deborah Padgett, of New York University, will explore the “Housing First” model of tackling homelessness among people with mental health and addiction challenges in her speech...
Top social work official visits Cree Studio

Top social work official visits Cree Studio

The Scottish Government’s Chief Social Work Adviser Alan Baird has visited the Activity & Resource Centre in Newton Stewart to see Cree Studio, a partnership between Turning Point Scotland and Dumfries & Galloway Council. Mr Baird met staff and people using the service to see how they are benefiting from recording and producing music. He...
Turning Point Scotland volunteer wins gold

Turning Point Scotland volunteer wins gold

Staff at Turning Point Scotland Rosie’s Social Enterprises in Aberdeen have welcomed a very special guest to help mark the hard work and effort of a long standing team member. Lord Provost of Aberdeen, Councillor George Adam gave Josie  a gold volunteering award for 13 years service. The Lord Provost said: “It was great to see Turning...