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Shining a light on our views and position on the latest developments in Scotland’s adult social care sector.

Our 2020-2021 Annual Report has been published!

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Explore the Turning Point Scotland Annual Report 2020-2021 to find out more about the charity’s highlights and triumphs of the year. Gain insight into the innovative initiatives and community connections that have been fundamental in driving Turning Point Scotland’s prosperity.

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Turning Point Scotland Housing First Dumfries and Galloway

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Turning Point Scotland is the biggest provider of services to people experiencing or at risk of Homelessness across Scotland. We deliver support to over 2800 individuals on any given day, and over 5,100 each year. This number increases when taking into account our services accessed through Justice or Alcohol and Other Drugs funding streams.

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TPS marks the 10th Anniversary of the Christie Report

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To mark the 10th Anniversary of the Christie Report – the recommendations that came from the Commission on the Future Delivery of Public Services, chaired by Dr. Campbell Christie, published on the 29th June 2011 – our Policy Officer Faye Keogh considers the impact of the report and what this can mean for us now.

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Turning Point Scotland launch new Interim Strategy

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Our values, drivers, vision and mission remain the same, however we have new a new focus over the next 18 months.

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Turning Point Scotland's contribution to the DDTF Drug Law Reform Forward Plan

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“An ideal legal framework should create harmony rather than tension between the obligations and incentives law enforcement face, and those faced by health and social care providers. Where there is tension between legal enforcement and evidence-based interventions, substantial resources can be wasted on ineffective treatments, services that are never accessed by those who need them, or even interventions that increase rather than decrease people’s risks of harm.”

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Turning Point Scotland's submission to the Scottish Affairs Committee Inquiry into Drug Use and Misuse in Scotland

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