June 22, 2018

When we think about keeping kids safe over the summer, we might think about sunscreen, biking and swim safety; or hiking, campfires and the first “sleep away” camp. But who are our kids spending time with?

When we think about who might hurt children, images of the stere...

May 30, 2018

Now that the #MeToo movement, the Cosby trial and the number of resignations by men who abused their power across the political, media and entertainment spectrum has got everyone’s attention, what can we do to keep the momentum moving forward?

We have work to do. All of...

March 23, 2018

The parents and siblings of a daughter killed by the man who said he wanted to marry her; the family of  a couple together decades when one partner turned on the other.  The employees of local businesses, some of whom know, firsthand, about the trauma of domestic viole...

September 9, 2017

Books stacked in precarious piles, surrounded by faded boxes filled with papers and binders full of information—to the naked eye it looks like chaos. However, there is a certain purpose in the general clutter. In fact, the materials act as a timeline. They detail the t...

May 11, 2017

The cloudy, drizzly day we woke up to on Saturday May 6 did not deter some 600 volunteers and participants in the Steppin’ Up to End Violence Walk and Fun Run and who collectively raised over $90,000 (with more to come) in support of Turning Points Network and its serv...

April 27, 2017

Cindy (not her real name) used her last few dollars to get to Turning Points Network’s emergency shelter.  Sexually abused in her childhood, she was physically, emotionally and financially abused by her husband.  Just before arriving at our shelter, her husband had str...

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