The Turning Point was born in a humble rented single-storey bungalow at Meng Suan Road, founded by two wonderful Sisters-in-Christ, Ms. Florence Ng and Ms. Khew Swee Ling.
They selflessly sacrificed their careers to provide a haven for homeless women from the streets.
In 2004, they moved into a fully renovated premises at 341 Jamaica Road, marking a new chapter in their mission.
Since 2007, The Turning Point has been a place for individuals facing penal code offences. We supported them through the CBR Work Release Scheme.
In October 2010, the Singapore Prison Services (SPS) introduced the current Halfway House Service Model, and we extend our heartfelt gratitude to SPS for collaborating with The Turning Point, making a significant impact on the lives of those in need.
At The Turning Point, compassion and dedication converge to create a positive turning point in the lives of many.