Tri-City Transitions offers counselling and groups for adults who have experienced sexual assault, relationship or childhood abuse.

Please note: Not all groups run year-round. Call the main office at (604) 941-7111 to find out about dates, times, and registration information.

The following is a brief overview of these essential support services.

Our women’s counselling program is for women who have experienced violence or abuse, current or past, from family members, partners, spouses or strangers.

Our programs addresses a wide range of abuse issues stemming from sexual assault, assault within a relationship, and childhood abuse. Women may have experienced a single recent incident of physical or sexual violence, others may have been impacted by relationship abuse for years, and other may be trying to deal with long term effects of childhood abuse.

Would you like to develop your tool box with skills that can be used to manage overwhelming feelings and stress? This could be the group for you. This is a 6-week group aimed at providing women with practical skills they can use to manage and cope with the stressors that are a part of their lives. Some topics that will be focused on are self-talk, relaxation skills, visual imagery, creative arts, grounding, and self-care.

This is a group for women living in the Tri-Cities who have been impacted by abuse.

The HEAL (Horses Empowering Authentic Living) Program is making a difference for many ladies, and we are honoured to be a part of this healing organization.  The difference these horses make in the lives of the women that meet them is amazing.

You can view the video here: HEAL Program Video

Want more information about the HEAL program and the organization? Visit their website here:

Finding Her Voice is a program designed by Tri- City Transitions specifically for women. In this program, women are guided to develop self- resiliency to move forward and heal by expressing themselves through music, dance and journalling.

Learn more about yourself and the relationships in your life. Topics will cover understanding the impacts of abuse, communication skills, conflict resolution skills, self-esteem, boundaries, stress management skills, developing relationships with yourself and others, and understanding your relationship patterns.

An opportunity to explore personal visions and goals through the use of simple art activities, writing and group sharing.