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Our Hiring Philosophy

Turning Point Community Programs has offered a path to mental health and recovery since 1976 and is committed to hiring individuals who share our “whatever it takes” philosophy. If you are interested in making a difference in an environment that is empowering and challenging, you may be just who we are looking for.

Why Choose Turning Point Community Programs?

Simply put, the rewards for our employees are numerous. When you join our team, your development is enhanced by a broad variety of assignments, career advancement opportunities, and the personalized attention given by our team leaders and senior managers. Turning Point employees are eligible to participate in our comprehensive benefits program that begins the 1st of the month after 60 days of employment. Benefits include medical, vision, and dental plans, life insurance, a pension plan, and a number of other discount programs and coverage opportunities.

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Career Opportunities

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Virtual Interviews

We currently hold virtual interviews each Tuesday and Thursday between 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM. To participate, please first bring your resume to our home office, located at 10850 Gold Center Drive, Suite 325, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670.


Turning Point Community Programs (TPCP) has the privilege of serving more than 100 student interns each school year who require field work or practicum placements. We have partnered with more than 90 different universities throughout the United States. We have placement opportunities in more than 40 programs with sites in several Northern California counties, serving members from early childhood through adulthood. What sets TPCP apart is the richness of the diversity of experiences in environments where the tone is of hope, optimism, and enthusiasm as each intern/trainee moves toward their learning goals.

TPCP’s goal is to structure an internship/trainee program that is exemplary, well-organized, and a comprehensive experience for interns/trainees. Each site structures an internship/trainee experience to best meet the needs of the interns/trainees via a tailored description of their program and the service recipients’ service provision.

Our hope is that through offering these internship opportunities, more mental health professionals will bring enthusiasm and a belief that “a diagnosis is not a destiny” to their work with those experiencing psychiatric disabilities.

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Clinical Supervision

Based on their level of experience, each intern receives clinical supervision supported by an examination of the theoretical and empirical literature, which includes:

  • Therapeutic and supervisory alliance based on effective practices in supervision
  • Diversity competence through treatment models and effective interventions specific to various ethnic and cultural minority groups
  • Ethical and legal responsibilities
  • Diagnostic criteria and research/evidence grounded interventions for the major disorders based on the DSM-5
  • Case management responsibilities, which may include development of bio-psycho-social-spiritual-cultural assessment and treatment plans
  • Introduction to group process and dynamics through a co-facilitator role and observation participation
  • Training opportunities facilitated by TPCP in a wide variety of evidence-based, relevant practice theories/interventions such as CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, Trauma-Informed Practice, and Non-Violent Crisis Intervention, Trauma-Based CBT, MRT, Mindfulness, Suicide Prevention and Postvention, Cultural Competency, etc.


Interns and trainees come to TPCP at different stages in their professional development from their college/university programs (i.e., last year of their Bachelors, 1st, 2nd, 3rd year of Master’s, and Doctorate programs). TPCP also accepts nurse practitioner interns and interns with placement requirements from the fields of psychology and sociology. The internship/trainee-ship responsibilities at TPCP will uphold and continue the structured expectation and rich learning opportunities currently offered through their school/university programs.