Tri-City Transitions Society

Tri-City Transitions supports all individuals who have experienced domestic violence, and offers women and children a safe, secure place to rest, rejuvenate, and rebuild their lives. If you or someone you know needs help, contact us.

Immediate Help

If you need to speak with someone at an emergency shelter in the Tri-Cities Area or for 24-hour crisis support, call us at Joy’s Place:

(604) 492-1700

or call Victim Link:

1-800-563-0808

For additional resources dial 2-1-1 for BC211


Additional Resource for Teens:

Recent Posts

Children Who Witness Abuse: A Resource for Educators

It’s back to school time in Canada, and teachers are gearing up for the year ahead. But many educators feel ill-equipped to support students who are experiencing violence at home. From our children’s and parenting support...

5 Refreshing Reads on Identity and Relationships

Building off our post about the growing medium of podcasting, we’re back at it this week with some book recommendations. With e-books and audiobooks exploding onto the scene, it's easier than ever to soak up knowledge and entertainment in book...

4 Attachment Styles: Breaking It Down

Have you ever thought about why you seem to be the clingy one in the relationship? Why you tend shy away from asking for support? Why you avoid intimacy/closeness? Or simply why you’re self-confident and are able to seek support...

5 Misconceptions of Abuse: Breaking Down the Myths

What do you picture when you think of an abusive relationship? Perhaps you think of bruises or screaming matches, but what about drained bank accounts or frosty silence? Because domestic violence isn’t frequently discussed, there are many...

Relationship Podcasts: 4 Podcasts You Should Listen To

Podcasts are entertaining, but could they also increase people’s access to meaningful advice? That’s a question many hosts are exploring as they delve into subjects from sexuality to mental health. The podcast medium is increasingly popular,...

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