Eligibility: Homeless youth and young adults age 18-25.
Program Synopsis: A transitional housing program for homeless youth and young adults that provides supportive services.
About the Program:
Located in Berkeley, California, Turning Point is a temporary, transitional housing program designed to assist homeless youth age 18-25 to obtain and maintain independent permanent housing. Participants reside in the program housing temporarily, depending on their needs, with the goal of moving as soon as possible to permanent housing. Fred Finch Youth Center staff customizes a menu of services to help residents address individual goals. Services that residents can access include: crisis intervention, therapy and counseling; mental health and substance abuse assessment, treatment, and referral; educational, vocational, and employment assessment, support, training, placement referral and advocacy; financial literacy and independent living skills training; housing search; health education and case management. Turning Point provides services to up to 12 youth at any given time.
To apply to the Turning Point housing program, download and complete the application.
Turning Point 3404 King Street, Berkeley, California 94703
Find Turning Point and other valuable community resources by calling 211 from within Alameda County or visiting edenir.org.