Veterans Assistance

Supportive Services for Veteran Families

The Yellow Ribbon Project

Turning Points is a leader in providing services for homeless veterans and their families in Manatee County. Through the SSVF grant award from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, we work with the Veterans Administration to provide housing, shelter and supportive services to these individuals and families who have sacrificed so much for our country.

The SSVF Program focuses on securing and maintaining housing for Veterans who are currently homeless or would be homeless without this assistance. It provides temporary financial assistance and services to help persons gain housing stability. The goal is for Veterans in the SSVF program to remain stably housed after this temporary assistance ends.

Man outside home holding a check from Turning Points

Supportive Services Available to SSVF Participants:

  • Outreach Services
  • Case Management Services
  • Assistance Obtaining VA Benefits
  • Assistance Obtaining Other Public Benefits
  • Rental Assistance
  • Utility-Fee Payment Assistance
  • Child Care and Other Qualifying Services
  • Transportation

Contact Us

If you are a Veteran and looking for assistance, please fill out and submit the contact form below. For eligibility, applicants must meet all criteria.


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Testimonials

his place is great for people who need help or are going through rough times, they can help with food stamps, clothing, showers, food (to take home for those who have a home, or a meal Mon-Fri), they have computers available to use, they also have housing assistance for those who qualify. There is also a lot more that they do, this place helped me so much when I had nowhere to go.
Justin Balser
Went to the One Stop Center and Turning Points today for a tour of the facility - was excellent and informative - if interested, make an appointment - takes about an hour and well worth the time to see all that is going on there - there were clients in all areas - the place was a beehive of activity - a wonderful facility for our community and one of the top in the country - highly recommend checking it out.
Sue Wait
Turning points is so awesome. Without them I would not have a wonderful home for my family and I.
Tammi Wallin
I volunteered at the Stand Down held in Palmetto on Nov. 1st. I was so impressed with the services available for the all those in need. There was a separate building just for veterans. I was in that building and saw how they helped the men and women with any paperwork. They serviced breakfast to all and had a bounce house for children. I give this organization an A+.
Sally Helmbrecht

Your Donation Is Important

Donations from people like you ensure our organization is able to continue helping single mothers, the elderly, families, youth aging out of foster care, domestic violence victims, the disabled, and others attain housing and related services.

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