Turning Point Scotland has 35 services stretching across Scotland. We work with groups of people with challenging and complex needs in Scotland, providing support to those with learning disabilities, autism, neurological conditions, substance misuse issues, homelessness, mental health issues and criminal justice.

Our Board

Turning Point Scotland is governed by a Board of Directors which is responsible for the overall determination of the company’s business plan and organisational policy.

The Board meets five times a year and consists of up to 15 members. Each Director may serve for two periods of four years.

The Directors are unpaid volunteers and provide a wealth of experience from the public, private and voluntary sector.

To join us and help make services fit people please Email Annette for more info annettelowther@turningpointscotland.com

Closing date:  Monday 31st March

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