Welcome to Turning Point Recovery Society, one of BC’s leading non-profit providers of residential addictions support recovery located in the Lower Mainland.

Turning Point currently offers our services for men and women in Vancouver and Richmond. We are a licensed facility under the Community Care and Assisted Living Act in BC.

Our program is typically 3-5 months in duration and is open to adults aged 19 and older who are wanting our help. Turning Point is proud to have served our community for over 30 years.

Turning Point Intake Information

Please call:

North Shore site (Women's) 604.971.0111
Turning Point North Shore

Vancouver site
(men and women)  604.875.1710
Turning Point Vancouver

Richmond site 
(men)  604.303.6717  
Turning Point Richmond

Richmond site (women)  604.284.5354
Turning Point Richmond Women's


Turning Point North Shore Men’s Proposal


Kootenay-Columbia Member of Parliament, retired RCMP Officer, David Wilks stood up in the House of Commons yesterday in Ottawa and made an historic declaration about the Recovery Movement in Canada and his own deep dedication. Watch the video here:

See also: Canada Center on Substance Abuse: A National Commitment to Recovery

Donations to Turning Point

To make a donation to Turning Point or for information about our proposed expansion and/or upcoming events, please email our Administration Offices, or phone  604.303.6844

Turning Point Raises $1,125 million to support addictions recovery
Health Minister Terry Lake presents a million dollar cheque from government to Executive Director, Brenda Plant
Press Release

Jim Belushi wows the sold-out crowd at Turning Point's 8th Annual Making Recovery a Reality Gala
Thank you everyone who came out to support us.
Just in Time for Summer

Turning Point’s North Shore Women’s Recovery program got a generous helping hand last week from the Rotary Club of Lions Gate and the Rotary Club of North Vancouver with the donation of funds to purchase bikes and sporting equipment for their residents. The bikes were supplied by Norco through LTP Sports Group and very generously assembled by Sean Brassil, of Norco. John Henry Bikes in North Vancouver is additionally providing a lifetime of brake and shift adjustments to help offset maintenance costs. Turning Point Executive Director Brenda Plant extended a heartfelt thanks to all the parties that came together to make this happen. “Together we are all helping to make recovery a reality for those we serve – we are grateful for this outpouring of community support”, (MC)


"We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia"


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