Turning Point’s emergency shelter provides temporary housing for survivors and their children who are fleeing from domestic violence, sexual violence, or human trafficking. The shelter is a secure, handicapable building with 52 beds and 13 bedrooms.
- On average, shelter provides a safe haven for over 500 survivors and their children annually.
- Shelter provides a safe haven for survivors of all genders and orientations.
- Shelter residents have access to 24-hour advocacy, support, and resources.
- The children’s program also provides counseling, activities, and outings for families.
- Thanks to a community partnership, survivors do not have to worry about the safety of their pets when entering shelter, as pets can be housed safely off site.