Perspectives CEO Jeannie Seeley-Smith, Turning Point CEO and Perspectives Board Member Peter Hayden with Community Elder Mahmoud El-Kati celebrating the opening of Turnings Points Culturally Specific Business Center.
Yesterday’s event was to mark the Grand Opening of their Culturally Specific Service Center (CSSC). Mahmoud El-Kati has been consulting with Turning Point for the nearly a year, advising them in their efforts to infuse all facets of their organization with more culturally specific elements. The celebration of the new CSSC was to address the disparities and the issues surrounding chemical dependence, poverty, and homelessness. The CSSC is committed to stopping the destruction of family’s, helping with the reunification of fathers, and stopping the inter-generational effects of drugs and alcohol abuse. Turning Point has partnered with other local agencies to provide an array of services all under one roof. The CSSC has been running for a few months for their clients, and as of yesterday, it is now open to the community.
The general public can come on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., or call any day to make an appointment.
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