Turning Point Community Programs has offered a path to mental health since 1976.

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Programs

We are proud to offer mental health services in over eight Northern California counties. Click here to view our programs.

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Career Opportunities

Do you want to make a difference in an environment that is empowering and challenging? Click here to see our current openings!

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Trainings

Turning Point welcomes your participation in our Clinical Trainings that boast a wide array of topics!

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Our Promise

“It is my steadfast belief that the ability to assist in your wellness & recovery is an honor and a privilege. I aspire to support you in the realization of your hopes, dreams, and aspirations. I define this dedication as being consistent with my own personal mission statement—that is, to acknowledge my fortuity in the giving of my undivided attention to those in need.” CEO, Al Rowlett

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Success Stories

Sonya

Pathways client and Ardenaire resident, Sonya Sanders, struggles to control extreme paranoia. She is diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder and wrestles with an addiction to crystal methamphetamine.

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2017-04-20T16:04:06+00:00
Pathways client and Ardenaire resident, Sonya Sanders, struggles to control extreme paranoia. She is diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder and wrestles with an addiction to crystal methamphetamine. Read All Success Stories

Pamela

Pamela* said, First thing they do is house you, shop for clothes. They take care of you so you can take care of yourself. What has helped me most was other people, and it's a matter of hanging in there and waiting. I've had some bad days, but my PSC (Personal Services Coordinator) was the best. I brag about her all the time.

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2017-04-20T16:06:09+00:00
Pamela* said, First thing they do is house you, shop for clothes. They take care of you so you can take care of yourself. What has helped me most was other people, and it's a matter of hanging in there and waiting. I've had some bad days, but my PSC (Personal Services Coordinator) was the best. I brag about her all the time. Read All Success Stories

Jack

Jack*, 50, started experiencing mental health issues at the age of 17. I struggled with voices and thoughts. Before that, I isolated myself and I lost friends because of my actions. I was doing a lot of drinking and using drugs. I was very argumentative especially when I was intoxicated...

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2017-04-20T16:07:10+00:00
Jack*, 50, started experiencing mental health issues at the age of 17. I struggled with voices and thoughts. Before that, I isolated myself and I lost friends because of my actions. I was doing a lot of drinking and using drugs. I was very argumentative especially when I was intoxicated... Read All Success Stories

Sally

Sally*,56, said that before working with ISA, Life was chaos and hectic and I was in and out of the hospital a lot. I did not really feel like I belonged anywhere...

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2017-04-20T16:08:03+00:00
Sally*,56, said that before working with ISA, Life was chaos and hectic and I was in and out of the hospital a lot. I did not really feel like I belonged anywhere... Read All Success Stories

Julie

Before Julie* became a member of Turning Point Providence Center's new Nevada County program, this 62-year-old woman visited the emergency room at the local hospital as many as 15 times in one month. She experienced a lot of anxiety, cut herself and had overdoses.

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2017-04-20T16:08:55+00:00
Before Julie* became a member of Turning Point Providence Center's new Nevada County program, this 62-year-old woman visited the emergency room at the local hospital as many as 15 times in one month. She experienced a lot of anxiety, cut herself and had overdoses. Read All Success Stories

Doris

I had been living on the street for five years when the folks at Loaves and Fishes told me about Pathways with Turning Point. I had been beaten robbed, living in the bushes, sleeping on the sidewalk and had been in the hospital for 30 days.

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2017-04-20T16:11:08+00:00
I had been living on the street for five years when the folks at Loaves and Fishes told me about Pathways with Turning Point. I had been beaten robbed, living in the bushes, sleeping on the sidewalk and had been in the hospital for 30 days. Read All Success Stories

Joan

Joan: I grew up with Bipolar Disorder — it made me laugh my butt off one minute, then the next minute I could be beating you up. I also had ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and it made me feel overwhelmed.

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2017-04-20T16:12:37+00:00
Joan: I grew up with Bipolar Disorder — it made me laugh my butt off one minute, then the next minute I could be beating you up. I also had ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and it made me feel overwhelmed. Read All Success Stories

Randy

Approximately 6 months ago I found the Empowerment Center. At the time, I was homeless due in part to drug addiction as well as an undiagnosed mental illness. Since then, my situation has improved greatly due in no small part to the Centers' services and staff.

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2017-04-20T16:13:22+00:00
Approximately 6 months ago I found the Empowerment Center. At the time, I was homeless due in part to drug addiction as well as an undiagnosed mental illness. Since then, my situation has improved greatly due in no small part to the Centers' services and staff. Read All Success Stories