Turning Point of South Arkansas

Turning Point of South Arkansas was founded in 1983 and received its nonprofit status in 1984. At its beginning, four women shared a vision for south Arkansas; to provide victims of domestic violence with a safe place to stay and help lessen the burden of their suffering. That vision turned into reality and in 2004, an emergency shelter offering temporary housing for victims of abuse was opened. Since then, Turning Point of South Arkansas has grown into a comprehensive and vital program, serving all people in need, regardless of age, race, gender, religious affiliation, and socioeconomic status.

Mission Statement

Turning Point provides crisis intervention services to victims of domestic abuse and offers violence prevention education in Union and surrounding counties.

Our Purpose

Our goal is to provide a safe haven for victims by offering physical and emotional support, while working to prevent and reduce all forms of violence in South Arkansas.

Call our hotline if you, or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence.
Do you have time to volunteer, finances or material items you can donate? As a 501c3 nonprofit, Turning Point is sustained through the generosity of others.
Want to know more about our services and how you can help our community? Invite us to speak at your school, church or organization.

But the Lord is faithful, and he will strengthen you and protect you...

2 Thessalonians 3:3

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