Turning Point Day Center
Standing For the Invisibles


Others are One of Us

Sometimes as children while walking through town with family my elders made comments about disheveled or unkempt strangers we passed. They said “look at that dirty old drug addict” or exclaim, “oh my gosh, how ugly” in scornful tones...

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Randy Champagne
Building Dignity...

There is a true bounty of rewards in doing service for others. I have realized so many educational, empowering, and freeing encounters as a volunteer that I quickly developed a passion for the role of service. Remarkably, the benefits of volunteer work mostly go untold...

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Tracy Faulkner