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Fentanyl Safety Information

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Parallel Parenting – Co-Parenting Stronger

News Release For Immediate Release PARALLEL PARENTING – CO-PARENTING STRONGER – February 3, 2017 Tri-City Transitions Society has launched a Parallel Parenting – Co-Parenting Stronger Program focused on reducing conflict between parents by dramatically altering the way parents communicate between themselves in front of their children. Divorce doesn’t mess kids up – conflict does.  Children […]


Sarah’s Story

Here is a story about a woman and her family: Sarah lived in a nice home in an up-scale neighbourhood.  She enjoyed the sense of community she found there.  But, all was not well in her world.  According to her husband, Sarah couldn’t do anything right, ever, he yelled at her regularly and would physically […]


A Story of Abuse (Son & Mom Perspective)

Son: Twelve years ago, my Dad left my Mom for another woman. The divorce was a huge blow to my Mom’s self-esteem despite how successful and independent she was in life. After 3 years of moping around the house and feeling sorry for herself, Mom finally mustered the courage to get back into the dating […]


HEAL Program Video

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 […]


CBC Documentary

  The War At Home: documentary looks at Canada’s failure to help women flee partner violence This documentary certainly hits home with us, so we wanted to share this with you, courtesy of the CBC.  You can listen to the documentary at the following URL:


Healing garden sought for Pickton victims (Tri-City News)

The Tri-City News recently posted an article about desires to create a healing garden for the victims of Robert Pickton.