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Dr. Vincent Peter Hayden MS

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President and Chief Executive Off...

Turning Point , Inc.
 
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"We have been working on this ...
www.spokesman-recorder.com, 15 June 2012 [cached]
"We have been working on this for a long time," notes Turning Point President/CEO Vincent "Peter" Hayden, who has long dreamed of establishing a culturally specific "one-stop" service center. He believes that existing local organizations aren't working in a collaborative fashion to better serve the Black community.
"We are not working together as Black people - we are still trying to be the big person on the block," admits Hayden.
He credits COO Elizabeth Reed, who joined Turning Point nine years ago, for beginning this past spring to move his dream forward into reality and establishing the Culturally Specific Service Center (CSSC). Two local job training programs, Goodwill/Easter Seals and Twin Cities Rise, will have office space there as the CSSC's inaugural tenants. The anticipated start date is sometime in October or November of this year.
Speaking exclusively to the MSR, Hayden and Reed defined "culturally specific" as an integrated system of services for people who are members of a specific racial or ethnic group as well as people who are poor and are disenfranchised from mainstream society.
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"It's not just drugs and alcohol," says Hayden, "but also it's employment and education - all these things.
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Hayden says he envisions Turning Point one day becoming "like a medical arts building" for the Black community.
"We are not trying to come in and take over anything. We are trying to say, 'What is a successful way to work with a client in a way that is helpful to him?' We are holistically dealing with the person - all of that person," he says.
Turning Point founder, president and CEO ...
www.insightnews.com, 20 Nov 2009 [cached]
Turning Point founder, president and CEO Dr. Vincent Peter Hayden, PhD and the organization's Chief Operating Officer, Elizabeth A. Reed, discussed the training film last week in an interview on KFAI's "Conversations with Al McFarlane" broadcast.
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Speaking about the collaboration with Hazelden Foundation to create the training video, Hayden said, "The event at the Capri Theater is a result of our work with Hazelden, the preeminent treatment program in the country.
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"We said, yes, only if we are in control," Hayden said.
"We have been working on this ...
www.spokesman-recorder.com, 8 Sept 2011 [cached]
"We have been working on this for a long time," notes Turning Point President/CEO Vincent "Peter" Hayden, who has long dreamed of establishing a culturally specific "one-stop" service center. He believes that existing local organizations aren't working in a collaborative fashion to better serve the Black community.
"We are not working together as Black people - we are still trying to be the big person on the block," admits Hayden.
He credits COO Elizabeth Reed, who joined Turning Point nine years ago, for beginning this past spring to move his dream forward into reality and establishing the Culturally Specific Service Center (CSSC). Two local job training programs, Goodwill/Easter Seals and Twin Cities Rise, will have office space there as the CSSC's inaugural tenants. The anticipated start date is sometime in October or November of this year.
Speaking exclusively to the MSR, Hayden and Reed defined "culturally specific" as an integrated system of services for people who are members of a specific racial or ethnic group as well as people who are poor and are disenfranchised from mainstream society.
...
"It's not just drugs and alcohol," says Hayden, "but also it's employment and education - all these things.
...
Hayden says he envisions Turning Point one day becoming "like a medical arts building" for the Black community.
"We are not trying to come in and take over anything. We are trying to say, 'What is a successful way to work with a client in a way that is helpful to him?' We are holistically dealing with the person - all of that person," he says.
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www.nasadad.org, 5 Feb 2003 [cached]
On Wednesday, February 5, Lewis E. Gallant, Ph.D, Executive Director of NASADAD, delivered remarks at a constituency meeting held by John Walters, Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP). (CLICK HERE to review the text of Dr. Gallant's remarks) Others speaking at the event were Mr. Charles Curie, Administrator of SAMHSA, Dr. Andrea Barthwell, Deputy Director of Demand Reduction, Karen Freeman Wilson, Chief Executive Officer of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals and Executive Director of the National Drug Court Institute, Mark Parrino, President of the American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence, and Vincent Peter Hayden, President of Turning Point, Inc.
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www.nattc.org, 8 Mar 1999 [cached]
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