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Turning Points to Form New Partnerships with Landlords

Updated on August 28th, 2017 Written by Turning Points

Bradenton, FL – Turning Points will hold a special reception to network and to form new partnerships with local landlords on Friday, September 15th, at 5:00pm-7:00pm at the Bill Galvano One Stop Center located at 701 17th Ave West in Bradenton.

Turning Points receives grants and funding from several resources to assist families or individuals to receive help quickly to avoid becoming homeless, by assisting in rental arrears (behind on rental payments or eviction notices) or to get them out of homelessness, with rapid rehousing and emergency housing. Turning Points has the funding available to assist struggling individuals and families, TODAY.

With rental prices consistently rising and vacancies being filled, it is getting increasingly difficult to find apartments to rent, and landlords to partner with. Turning Points is inviting all Manatee County landlords and apartment managers to this special reception to learn about the different funding avenues and programs that are available to help them, and their tenants. This reception will be a great way for landlords to network, meet Turning Points ’organization leadership, case managers, Board Members and other important staff and volunteers.

Refreshments (light bites and drinks) will be served followed by a presentation about the various grants available to assist in long-term rental agreements, with information about tax advantages. All landlords and apartment managers are welcome. Please contact the Turning Points Operations Manager, Frank Enriquez, at or 941-747-1509 to RSVP, or for more information.

About Turning Points

Turning Points and our Bill Galvano One Stop Center partners provide a remarkable variety of services designed to assist individuals and families on their path to financial stability and independence. Turning Points is the one stop shop for preventing and ending homelessness in our community. We provide day resource services (such as hot showers, laundry services, clothing, food), employment services, rental and utility assistance, veteran’s services (employment, housing and childcare), and free medical and dental care for the uninsured and underinsured.  Over 10,000 people received help last year with critical services targeted to the essential needs of people in crisis. Turning Points can only provide this high standard of service because of our caring, compassionate volunteers and strong community support.