Danielle is a native of Mount Desert Island, Maine. She moved to Addison County in August of 2016.
Danielle completed her bachelor’s degree in Mental Health and Human Services with an Addiction focus through the University of Maine at Augusta in August 2017. She participated in a two-semester senior internship with WomenSafe in Middlebury as a domestic and sexual violence advocate. She has her Master of Art in Restorative Justice through the Vermont Law School.
She currently lives in Vergennes with her daughter. They continue to enjoy exploring the natural beauty that Vermont has to offer.
Allison came to Turning Point after meeting the previous Director of TPCAC. Starting as an intern she took on many small projects but quickly became fully involved in our Outreach Programs, as well as becoming our Intake Coordinator.
Allison is quick to help wherever she is needed and has become a true asset to our team and center. Creating important connections with community partners, such as Charter House and John Graham, and maintaining continued support to our Coaches and Participants
Formerly living in Middlebury for five years and now living in New Hampshire working remotely, Justin Bouchard is the IT and Data Specialist at Turning Point Center of Addison County.
Justin identified Turning Point as a recovery home upon his arrival in Vermont and began volunteering about a year and a half later. Valuing the culture of peer recovery, wishing to further his understanding of peer recovery work, and fulfill his desire to help others find recovery, Justin made the decision to move away from his career in carpentry and take a full-time position with TPCAC.
Justin is very committed to his recovery path and to supporting Turning Point in any way needed.