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27 June 2022
Jacqueline, a final year medicine student at Monash University, reflects on her speciality placement at Turning Point.
Karen Profile
20 June 2022
Karen is Turning Point’s Lived Experience Workforce and Advocacy Coordinator, a new position embedding the voices of people with lived experience of substance use across the organisation.
15 June 2022
This week is Men’s Health week, global celebration to highlight the importance of men’s health and to promote and support the physical and mental health and wellbeing of men and boys in our communities.
2 June 2022
Turning Point is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Shalini Arunogiri as Clinical Director for the Statewide Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.
27 May 2022
FARE Report: Alcohol use and harms during the COVID-19 pandemic
Vic Manning
25 May 2022
Turning Point and Monash University Associate Professor Victoria Manning has been awarded an NHMRC Clinical Trials and Cohort Studies Grant to investigate whether an app can help people with alcohol use disorder (AUD) reduce their drinking.
Anna Image
23 May 2022
Anna is an Education Officer at Turning Point and also contributes to BreakThrough and SMART Recovery.
20 April 2022
Jonathan is Turning Point’s Policy and Engagement Manager, a role that covers legislative and service system reform and funding.
5 April 2022
Congratulations to Turning Point and Monash Addiction Research Centre (MARC) researcher, Dr Anthony Barnett, on his nomination as a finalist for a Premier’s Award for Health and Medical Research.
Treatment for women at risk of homelessness
29 March 2022
When it comes to addiction treatment services, women face significant barriers in accessing care.
Exciting News
23 March 2022
We are delighted to share that Turning Point has been appointed as Victoria’s new Statewide Specialist Service for people living with mental illness and substance use or addiction.
Swipe App
21 March 2022
Harmful levels of alcohol consumption is a major health concern that is linked with chronic disease, injury and mortality, however, a recent trial involving the SWiPE app provided participants with a reduction in their consumption, drinking days and cravings.