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February 3, 2013 12:00 AM

Homeless but not hopeless at Bradenton's Turning Points

In turning a page in its history, the Community Coalition on Homelessness now bears a new name, Turning Points, a more definitive and inspirational description of the private, nonprofit's mission. Headquartered in the Bill Galvano One Stop Center in Bradenton, the organization helps down-and-out people out on the streets. Most importantly, Turning Points helps some find a place to live and build a new life.

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