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Shining a light on our views and position on the latest developments in Scotland’s adult social care sector.

World Homeless Day and World Mental Health Day are marked on 10 October

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The day is not for celebration but reflection. Poor physical and mental health can be both a cause and effect of a person’s situation leading to homelessness. Homelessness is a complex social problem with many interrelated causes and effects that impact on mental wellbeing.

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TPS Drug Law Reform Film

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Turning Point Scotland is launching a series of films advocating action on drug law reform. The films explain why reform is necessary and what action can be taken now.

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TPS response to the proposed Right to Addiction Recovery (Scotland) Bill

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Today we have submitted our response to Douglas Ross MSP’s proposed Right to Addiction Recovery (Scotland) Bill. 

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Turning Point Scotland develop their harm reduction services in Glasgow

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Turning Point Scotland has enhanced two of their alcohol and other drug services within the Glasgow area. These improved services aim to reduce the number of drug related fatalities through harm reduction treatment.

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Our 2020-2021 Annual Report has been published!

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Explore the Turning Point Scotland Annual Report 2020-2021 to find out more about the charity’s highlights and triumphs of the year. Gain insight into the innovative initiatives and community connections that have been fundamental in driving Turning Point Scotland’s prosperity.

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Turning Point Scotland Housing First Dumfries and Galloway

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Turning Point Scotland is the biggest provider of services to people experiencing or at risk of Homelessness across Scotland. We deliver support to over 2800 individuals on any given day, and over 5,100 each year. This number increases when taking into account our services accessed through Justice or Alcohol and Other Drugs funding streams.

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