Turning Point is here to help survivors heal.  Below we provide information and links to support resources. Click each category to learn more about a specific resources.

  • Local Resources
    Macomb County Circuit Court

    Macomb County Health Department

    Batterer Intervention Services Coalition of Michigan

    Michigan Public Sex Offender Registry

    Personal Protection Orders: A Circuit Court injunctive order that protects victims of family violence, dating violence, or stalking (2 or more separate and non-continuous acts). 586.469.7494

    Legal Advocacy Page

    Crime Victims Rights Unit: Macomb County Prosecuting Attorney’s office provides advocacy throughout the criminal justice process on behalf of the crime victim including compensation, inmate status/post-conviction status, and victim rights/assistance.
    prosecutor.macombgov.org
  • Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

    Project Unbreakable: Created in October of 2011 by Grace Brown, who works with survivors of sexual assault, photographing them holding a poster with a quote from their attacker. Grace has photographed over a hundred people and received over eight hundred submissions. project-unbreakable.org

    Pandora’s Project: This project’s mission is to provide information, facilitate peer support and offer assistance to male and female survivors of sexual violence and their friends and family. pandys.org

    Adult Survivors of Child Abuse: (ASCA SM) is an international self-help support group program designed specifically for adult survivors of neglect, physical, sexual, and/or emotional abuse. ascasupport.org

    MenThriving: A peer-support resource offered to men who survived sexual abuse in their childhood or adulthood. menthriving.org

    After Silence: This site offers an online support group, message board, and chat room for rape, sexual assault, and sexual abuse survivors. aftersilence.org

    Clergy Abuse: Survivors network for those abused by priests. 248.252.5410 snapnetwork.org/michigan

    Planned Parenthood:  Warren Health Center PP accepts Medicaid. Fees based on household income. Provides STD/HIV testing; birth control services; emergency contraception; LGBT services; pregnancy testing;, patient education; and men’s & women’s health services. 586.558.0101 plannedparenthood.org

    National Domestic Violence Hotline: The hotline provides advocates for victims and anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, information, and referrals to agencies in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. Assistance is available in English, Spanish and more than 170 other languages through interpreter services. TTY 800.787.3224
    800.799.7233  thehotline.org

  • General Resources

    Internet Safety: NetSmartz411 is parents’ and guardians’ premier, online resource for answering questions about internet safety, computers, and the web. netsmartz411.org

    Give Back a Smile Program: Dentistry and AACD Charitable Foundation for domestic or sexual abuse survivors. Injuries to the front teeth and/or supportive structures of the front teeth can receive complete construction, cosmetic and reconstruction dental care. Provided by volunteer dentists. 800.773.4227

    Food Pantry Locator: Enter your zip code and a list of food pantries will appear for your area. This list contains ONLY pantries that have listed themselves on this site. There may be pantries in your area that are not on this list. pantrynet.org

    United Way 211: Provides people with a simple, effective way to get connected to available resources in their area. 800.552.1183 liveunitedsem.org/get-help
    or 211 from land line.

    Substance Abuse:  PTSD and Substance Use Disorders. Frequently co-occurring among people with substance use disorders, PTSD is a debilitating mental disorder that affects people who have lived through a traumatic event or prolonged trauma. Simultaneous treatment for substance abuse disorders and PTSD has been shown to alleviate symptoms of both disorders and often is the only lifeline to save people drowning in the afflictions of the disorders.  drugrehab.com

    Financial Abuse: Frequently financial abuse is used as a means of controlling a partner. This is often a barrier to leaving a relationship.  Additional information.