Turning Points for Children is opening a new Walk-In Resource Center at the Frankford Library
The Walk-In Resource Center at the Frankford Library (4634 Frankford Avenue) is person-centered one stop shop, where Turning Points’ social workers and other service providers can assist clients with a variety of needs and life skills, including creating a resume on the spot, putting a budget together, searching for a job, or connecting to other social service providers. The goal of the Walk-In Resource Center is to be able to help a person walk away with a tangible accomplishment. Instead of just giving program participants another flyer or phone number, program staff will walk with them through a process.
For more information about Turning Points for Children’s new Walk-In Resource Center, download the program flyer here.