Turning Point Program

The Turning Point Program is a long-term (1-2 year) case management program that extends Womenspace services to survivors who have left abusive partners.

The purpose of the program is:

  • To help survivors develop and achieve personal goals
  • To encourage their efforts toward economic and emotional stability for themselves and their children
  • To support them in their desire to lead lives free from violence

Program services include:

  • Weekly meetings with a case manager
  • Information about the dynamics and effects of intimate partner violence
  • Peer counseling and support
  • Advocacy, resources, and referrals
  • Life skills

To be eligible to receive services through the Turning Point Program, potential participants must:

  • Be a resident of Lane County
  • Be a survivor of intimate partner violence
  • Not be in a relationship with an abusive partner
  • Be willing and able to work toward progress on personal goals
  • Be homeless (living in a shelter, on the streets, in an in-patient drug/alcohol facility, in their car, or in a place unfit for human habitation)
  • Be at imminent risk of being homeless (have an eviction notice, or be able to provide written verification that their income does not cover rent and utilities)
  • And/or be living in a rural area

Click here to access the Turning Point Program (TPP) application.

More on Womenspace’s services »

Womenspace transitional housing services are sponsored by the Office of Violence Against Women, the Human Services Commission, City of Eugene, City of Springfield and Lane County.