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    Turning Point Camden

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    Turning Point Camden

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    Turning Point Camden is a not for profit community welfare drop in centre. It is a place where men and women are empowered to make the necessary changes that will allow them to move forward with their lives. For without change, nothing changes.

    Turning Point Camden provide services that alleviate stress by meeting an immediate need, and give people options to choose a way forward. This is achieved both onsite and through our referral process.

    These are examples of the challenges our community are experiencing on a regular basis that we provide support for: Food shortage, domestic violence, homelessness, mental health, addiction and substance abuse, difficulties filling out documentation, unable to navigate the court and legal system, numeracy and literacy issues, isolation, financial, fractured relationships, tenancy difficulties, disability, long term illness and unemployment. The centre is also a place of respite for carers where they can recharge and debrief.

    Drop in, computer access and pantry support is available to Men, Women and Families on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 10am – 2pm.

    Other programs/services available include:
    Wednesdays – Card making and beading
    Thursdays – Women’s support group
    Fridays – FREE hot breakfast, men’s support group and health information sessions, basic computer training and CV support, walking group

    Phone Number/s

    (02) 4655 1567


    Operating Hours

    Wednesdays and Thursdays: 10am - 2pm
    Fridays: 9.30am - 2pm

    Eligibility Criteria

    Open to any member of the community looking to connect or for support

    Ways to make a referral

    Phone / Drop In


    80 John St, Camden, NSW

    • Alcohol and other Drug Services
    • Counselling/Coaching Services
    • Disability Services
    • Domestic and Family Violence
    • Emergency Relief
    • Financial and Legal Advice
    • General Support
    • Housing
    • Information and Resources
    • Social Groups and Social Connections

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