Men and Women's shelter. Serves the transient population, domestic violence clients. Two kitchens, outdoor area, laundry facilities, stocked pantry.
Must live in Steuben County and not have a sexual or violent crime offense conviction.
Call to check availability.
Can stay up to 60 days.
Turning Point is currently in use every day with occupancy ranging from 1 to 40 people per night. Individuals or families may be referred to Turning Point by local Clergy, Social Service Agencies, or Area Law Enforcement Departments. Before any individual can enter Turning Point, he or she must pass a Police Security Check. Each individual's stay at Turning Point is evaluated on a daily basis. The expectation is that residents are to be employed or actively seeking employment. The operation of Turning Point is conducted under specific rules for occupants. Failure to follow the rules will result in dismissal from the facility.