Turning Point is a congregate transitional housing program for unhoused youth ages 18 to 25. This transitional housing also provides comprehensive supportive services to assist residents in developing the internal and external resources necessary to rapidly move on to independent, stable, affordable permanent housing. Supportive services, including mental health counseling, substance abuse counseling, job search assistance, educational support and advocacy, housing search, financial literacy training, and independent living skills are brought together on site through a team approach to support each resident to achieve his/her/their individual goals.

Transitional housing is provided at one site on King Street, which houses 2 youth in each of 6 bedrooms for a total of 12 youth at any given time. The home is fully furnished and offers food, transportation, and other necessities as needed.

See the links below for RFP details:
RFP – Turning Point, Berkeley CA
3404 King Street Scope of Work
3404 King Street Plans – REV
3404 King Street Foundation Plans
Wage Determination – Building Heavy Highway
Wage Determination – Residential