Meet Our Staff and Volunteers

I came to Turing Point 4 weeks ago to see about volunteering because I had 40 hours of community service I had to complete. Since then I have completed the needed hours and have decided to continue volunteering. I have never felt so comfortable with a group of people before in my whole life. Turning Point and the services provided here has become a very important part of my recovery. I have even started some groups here of my own, sharing my favorite hobbies with others. I look forward to going to Turning Point every day. I even stop by on days I don't volunteer.

Robyn, Volunteer

I have been a volunteer here for over ten years. I am encouraged in my own recovery by the many folks who have come to the Turning Point. I feel at home as a client, myself. I appreciate the support I've received from the Turning Point community.

Marsha, Volunteer

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Our director, Tracie Hauck, and assistant director, Tonya Wright work hard to keep the Turning Point Center a place where people in recovery can go and feel safe and cared for. They handle the day-to-day duties of making sure everything runs according to the mission they have set forth for the Center.  

Our volunteers, most of who are in recovery themselves, keep the Center alive and make sure people are greeted and directed to the resource that is best for them. Many people come in seeking advice or assistance, and the volunteers have been trained to assist them and assure that they get the help they need to get or stay in recovery.

Both the staff and many of the volunteers lead recovery groups at the Center. They also participate and help plan events that often take place at the Turning Point.

Volunteers and visitors participating in our wood burning class.

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© Copyright 2020 Rutland Turning Point

Tel: 802-773-6010



141 State St.

Rutland VT. 05701