At Turning Point we want to have a sustainable and long-term impact. In order to do this we actively influence the health and social care policy agenda. We provide expert information and influence key decision makers in order to shape policy and promote the needs of the people we support.
We regularly write new reports relating to key health and care issues, please see below:
The effects of alcohol misuse on children, parents and families We know from the people we work with that more needs to be done to highlight the damage caused by parental alcohol misuse and this is the subject of Bottling it Up.
Our work on At the Sharp End, focuses on the rising prevalence of blood borne viruses such as HIV and Hepatitis C among injecting users.
The Crack Report highlights the extent and growth of crack use in the UK and calls on government and drug treatment agencies to do more to develop services that better meet the complex needs of crack users.
If you have any questions in regards to the publications above please contact email@example.com.
Turning Point aims to minimise the environmental impact of its activities. Our environmental policy sets out the scope of our activities and the responsibilities of all staff. Turning Point has been accredited with ISO 14001 for over three years and we regularly update our policy and work with our staff team to maintain and improve our environmental credentials.
Equality and Human Rights
Equality is one of our core values at Turning Point and we are committed to providing high quality person centred services to all who need them, reflecting and responding to the diversity of the communities we serve.
At Turning Point we have a corporate policy in which we have set ourselves eight equality and human rights objectives. These cover our service delivery and employment as well as the functions which support our organisation. If you would like to read a copy of this or any other policies please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org