Turning Point Of Chenango County Celebrates Two-year Anniversary
Published: May 29th, 2024
By: Sarah Genter

Turning Point of Chenango County celebrates two-year anniversary Health and Human Services Committee Members Jim McNeil, Jeffrey Blanchard, and Liz Warnack were recognized for their support at the Turning Point of Chenango County's two-year anniversary celebration. (Photo by Sarah Genter)

NORWICH — The Turning Point of Chenango County, located at 24 East Main Street in Norwich, celebrated their two-year anniversary on Friday with a celebration and recognition of staff, board members, and community supporters.

The Turning Point of Chenango County is under the umbrella of Friends of Recovery Dedicated to Others (FOR-DO), which has two other Turning Point centers in Oneonta and Delhi. The organization aims to help individuals recover from addiction through advocacy, education, and peer support.

"It’s amazing that we’re here two years now, so I’m very pleased with the turnout and the community support. If it wasn’t for this community, we wouldn’t be here," said FOR-DO Executive Director Debra Berrios. "I want to thank everybody who came out today to be with us and acknowledge the hard work and the dedication [of] those who are here, that help us continue to fight the fight and help those impacted by addiction."


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