Programs

Turning Point Inc. has been providing support to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities for over 45 years. We currently support 150 individuals in residences in 11 cities and towns located in the Merrimack Valley and North Shore areas.

Residential Services

Serving intellectually and developmentally disabled adults with a wide variety of physical, emotional, and behavioral challenges

Independent Support Services (ISS)

The Individual Support Services (ISS) component supports as many as 40 high functioning intellectually and developmentally disabled individuals at any given time. These individuals reside in communities in the Merrimack Valley and North Shore. ISS strives to meet each individual’s own unique needs and capabilities. ISS supports high functioning, intellectually and developmentally disabled adults living on their own in apartments. Individuals are provided with part time assistance with transportation for shopping, banking, medical appointments trips to the community and other appointments for socialization.

Family Services

  • Safe Recovery Program
  • Mainstream Housing Program

Safe Recovery Program

Safe Recovery Program (SRP) is a residential treatment program with a reunification focus, providing a safe haven where substance abusing, traumatized women and their children, fleeing domestic violence can heal from the devastating cycles of trauma and addiction.

Family Services was developed in conjunction with and funded by the Department of Children and Families (DCF) and is focused on the reunification of mothers and their children.

Urban Youth Collaborative Program (UYCP)

Long standing, grant funded, eight week summer program enabling youth ages 18+ years of age, presently enrolled in a college program to experience human services work. The program consists of assignments at local day programs for intellectually and developmentally disabled adults, classroom training to include, but not limited to, First Aid and CPR certification, field trips, attendance in a college course which provides each intern with four (4) transferable college credits.

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