Mental health programs offered in Ventura and Oxnard areas.
Job-training and horticultural therapy at our non-profit nursery.
Offering emergency shelter, transitional and permanent housing.
Our Veterans Transitional Housing Program is for homeless veterans who may also be suffering from mental illness.
Turning Point hosts and cohosts several events throughout the year
to raise money to support Ventura County’s homeless population.
Offering Healing, Haven and Hope for people struggling with mental illness.
We help people deal with the day-to-day challenges of mental health issues.
Turning Point has operated community-based mental health programs in Ventura County for over 30 years. Their programs address the full range of personal needs, including a homeless shelter to meet necessary physical and safety requirements, supported housing to provide decent, affordable housing and rehabilitation and socialization centers to provide meaningful, productive activities, companionship and a sense of purpose.
Because of the myths and stigmas attached to mental illness, many people struggle with its effects alone and unaware that their symptoms can be controlled by medication and the functional problems they experience can be addressed through rehabilitation and support services. We work with our clients to reverse the devastating effects of their illnesses, such as job loss, homelessness, isolation, addiction, incarceration, and even thoughts of suicide.
Healing towards Mental Wellness
Haven – A Place to call Home
Hope for our Veterans
Turning Point Programs and More
News and Updates
Thank you to everyone who supported the 10th Annual National Collector Car Appreciation Day that took place on July 14. Presented by the Coachmen Car
Jim Pieczynski, Sherwood Grants Committee Chair, Jason Meek, Executive Director Turning Point, George Carney, President of the Sherwood Board of Directors. Thank you to Sherwood
Becky Spring, Veterans Program Manager, David Jackson, Monitor, Kalie Matisek, LMFT and clinical director, Diana Zakhour, intern, Joe Dawson, Homeless 2 Home Team Lead, and