Turning Points Network is a private, non-profit agency offering crisis and support services to all survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking.
Make a Difference
Our volunteers do everything from direct services, shelter maintenance, and office support to working at our affiliated boutique and thrift store, Changes.
Thank You for Steppin’ Up
The 17th Annual Steppin’ Up to End Violence 5K Walk/Fun was a fantastic event with 53 teams, 59 sponsors and 500 participants steppin’ up to support survivors of domestic violence and sexual abuse. Turning Points Network is humbled and grateful for the incredible community support. Together we can end violence in our communities.
Turning Points Network’s mission is to enhance the safety and well-being of victims and survivors of domestic and sexual abuse and stalking through empowerment and advocacy; to create a community responsive to all victims and survivors through education, outreach and accountability; and to empower the community to establish a safer culture.
Recent News & Updates
These Boots Are Made for Walkin’: 17th Annual Steppin’ Up to End Violence Event Draws 500
Eagle Times May 2, 2023 CLAREMONT, NH – Waving off concerns about possible rain, 500 participants,…
The Unspoken Subject: Sexual Abuse
One thing I know for sure, talking about sexual abuse will never be easy. It…
Momentum is building for Steppin’ Up 5K Walk and Fun Run on April 29, 2023
Team Valley from Valley Regional Hospital is one of the 30-plus teams already confirmed for…
Our Turn: Are You Listening? Teenagers Need You, Right Now
Recently, the CDC released the Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) results for 2021 and the…
17th Annual Steppin’ Up 5K Walk and Fun Run to End Violence is Set for April 29, 2023
Mascoma Bank “Steps Up” to be Honorary Chair for the largest event of its kind…
Our Turn: Violence is Not Inevitable: The Way We Treat Each Other Matters
The first time I was in an abusive relationship, I was 8 years old. My…
Turning Points Network Main Office Moves to New Location at 231 Broad Street
Turning Points Network’s (TPN) main office recently moved to newly constructed office space in Claremont….
Pascale Graham Named New Turning Points Executive Director
Turning Points Network (TPN) is pleased to announce that Pascale N. Graham, Ph.D., has been…
Our Turn: Domestic Abuse and Support over the Holidays
The holidays can be a time of merriment and gathering of friends, families, and other…
Our Turn: Reproduction Coercion is IPV
Intimate partner violence affects an estimated 10 million people in the United States each year….