Christmas was a little sweeter this year for the Turning Point Center of Addison County and other area nonprofits that thanks to big federal grants that will help advance major community projects that were on their wish lists.
The Turning Point Center of Addison County will continue planning for a new headquarters under the leadership of a relatively new executive director.
The Turning Point Center’s prospects of establishing a recovery center in the former St. Mary’s School in Middlebury got much better last week.
The Turning Point Center of Addison County has scaled back its plans for the former St. Mary’s School building in Middlebury, and is diligently pursuing multiple funding sources for renovations that could allow the nonprofit to move into the building this … (read more)
Chip Piper is gathering financial pledges for an Infinitus 88K Trail Marathon here in Addison County that he will run this coming May in memory of his son and for the benefit of the Turning Point Center of Addison County.
Thanks to Turning Point Center of Addison County, Vergennes Police Department officers this week have new tools at their disposal that can help citizens in need — two iPads.
MIDDLEBURY — For people in recovery, temptation never sleeps.Turning Point Center of Addison County (TPC) Executive Director Jennifer Mayhew knows this, and she and her staff are trying to do something about it. They announced last week the launch of a ne … (read more)
MIDDLEBURY — The Turning Point Center of Addison County (TPC) is in talks with St. Mary’s Catholic Church parish for potential long-term use of the former St. Mary’s School building at 86 Shannon St. in Middlebury as a center for people recovering from su … (read more)
MIDDLEBURY — The Turning Point Center of Addison County welcomes incoming Executive Director Jennifer Mayhew of Bristol. Jenn assumed her role on November 16th. With a master’s in Public Health from the University of Vermont, Mayhew has a history of leadi … (read more)
MIDDLEBURY — The Turning Point Center of Addison County (TPC) at 54 Creek Road in Middlebury is searching for a new executive director to coordinate programming for people recovering from addiction. The new hire will succeed Stacy Jones, who in two short … (read more)
MIDDLEBURY — “Digory” (not his real name) had been a fairly regular participant at weekday Alcoholic Anonymous meetings at the Turning Point Center of Addison County’s headquarters at 54A Creek Road in Middlebury. He and others battling alcohol addiction … (read more)
MIDDLEBURY — Stacy Jones has travelled an interesting and eclectic professional path thus far. She’s taught and cared for young children, worked with battered women, assisted tenants in landlord disputes, prepared and served food to those in need, and now … (read more)