Turning Point feels like a family for some

A Door County organization that helps people with developmental disabilities feels like a family for many of its clients. Since 2018, Turning Point of Door County has helped people who have already graduated from high school find jobs and live more independently. They work with businesses in the community to find positions that will work for their members' needs, allowing them to be an active member of their community. In Sturgeon Bay, they work at places like the YMCA and Econo Foods. One of Turning Point's clients is Tiffany Leist and she wants others to know they can find a place at Turning Point.



Turning Point is always looking for new volunteers to help run workshops or with any day-to-day needs. You can find more information about how to get involved on their Facebook page.

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