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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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TPS Connecting Citizens

TPS Connecting Citizens

Turning Point Scotland has taken on an exciting new model which will be embedded as a central part of the culture and ethos of the organisation. Citizenship is a philosophy and model originating from America but was brought here by...
Latest findings show Low Moss PSP is addressing reoffending rates

Latest findings show Low Moss PSP is addressing reoffending rates

A service supporting people in prison and once they have left, is helping to reduce the chances of them reoffending.  An independent evaluation has been carried out into the HMP Low Moss Public Social Partnership (PSP). The evaluation by Reid-Howie...
Turning Point Scotland visit Dublin to hear about Irish plans for supervised injecting rooms

Turning Point Scotland visit Dublin to hear about Irish plans for supervised injecting rooms

During December the news broke that the Cabinet in Ireland had agreed to introduce legislation which would allow medically supervised injecting centres to be set up under licensed conditions. Colleagues from Turning Point Scotland, along with a delegation from Wales,...
Work with us

Work with us

We have some great vacancies available if you are looking for a career in social care. We offer a pension, guaranteed hours, 7 weeks annual leave per year and the chance to join a company that is robust and prepared for...
Taking Rosie's out and about

Taking Rosie’s out and about

Rosie’s Social Enterprises are investing in a new delivery van to allow them to grow and develop their outside catering business at Rosie’s Café. For over 15 years Turning Point Scotland has held an annual fundraising golf day at Newburgh-on-Ythan...
Download our latest annual report

Download our latest annual report

View and download our latest annual report 2014/2015
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Rosie's Cafe hosts Employability event

Rosie’s Cafe hosts Employability event

A group of people supported from across all 6 of the workshops at Rosie’s Social Enterprises gathered at Rosie’s Cafe for an informal presentation on local opportunities.  With presentations from Remploy and ACVO, the event provided information on what volunteering and employment support opportunities are available within Aberdeen. Since the event  they have had several...
I've got something to get up for. I'm up and out the door at 630am.

I’ve got something to get up for. I’m up and out the door at 630am.

Earlier this week we launched the findings of a recent evaluation on the Public Social Partnership at Low Moss prison. Turning Point Scotland is the lead partner in delivering this service and Martin Cawley spoke at a small gathering about the “positive and encouraging findings” from the evaluation.  David Robb, a young man from Renfrew...
Dumfries & Galloway MP praises Cree Studio

Dumfries & Galloway MP praises Cree Studio

Dumfries & Galloway MP Richard Arkless has visited Cree Studio project to see how it is helping people with learning disabilities and autism.  The Cree Studio, based in Newton Stewart’s Activity and Resource Centre, is a partnership project between Dumfries and Galloway Council and Turning Point Scotland. The project provides personalised learning and development opportunities...
Bake it Happen

Bake it Happen

Turning Point Scotland is holding its third 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...
Talk given in Glasgow about North American medically supervised injecting centre

Talk given in Glasgow about North American medically supervised injecting centre

OUT OF HARM’S WAY  The Story of North America’s First and Only Public Legal Supervised Injection Site Liz Evans is currently a fellow with the Soros Foundation and works with Community Insite. As a trained nurse, she worked in an inner city community in North America where for 23 years she tried to create socially...
Share your loves and passions

Share your loves and passions

This is the final installment of our love themed feature from people we support, as part of Valentine’s weekend. We hope you have enjoyed hearing about them. My name is Jack, I am supported by Turning Point Scotland Dumfries & Galloway, I really love writing Fan Fiction.  At the moment I am writing my first...