Turning Point Recovery Society - Squamish
Improving Quality of Life and Health Outcomes for Individuals, Families, and Communities Impacted by AddictionAddiction, homelessness, mental health issues, and poverty have no boundaries and impact us all. Any one of us can be afflicted regardless of our age, socio-economic status, education, gender, or race.
And all of us likely know someone now with lived experience. In these particularly challenging times, it is even more important that Turning Point continue to have our homes and services available in Squamish and in the Sea-to-Sky region for anyone seeking help - no matter their financial circumstances.
It is through the kindness of donors that we are able to continue to provide our critically needed services. This year, we are seeking funds to support the expansion of our Experiential Programs through the purchase of bikes and other recreational equipment. Your donation will directly support those we serve.
Thank you for considering us.
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