Knowledge is empowering.

Tri-City Transitions has prepared some written resources that may be of interest to you or someone you know.

These resources are tailored for residents of the Tri-City area. If at any point you have questions, please feel free to contact us.

We are a frequent contributor to the SOSKids Safety Magazine. This is a great resource for individuals looking to learn more or get help. Visit their website to learn more. 

The Legal System

  • What You Can Expect from Your Family Law Lawyer
    • If you are dealing with a family law matter, either in or out of court, it can be very helpful to seek
      assistance from a lawyer along the way. This fact sheet answers some common questions about what to expect.
  • What You Can Expect at Family Court
    • Going to court for the first time may seem intimidating, but planning for your appearance in advance can help. This fact sheet answers some common questions about what to expect.
  • Tri-City Transitions Family Law Guide
    • This document guides you through the basic knowledge regarding the family law act. Please note: this is not meant to be provided as legal advice. For legal advice, please consult a lawyer.

Community Resources

National Resource

A notable resource tailored for kids and teens worth checking out is the SOS safety magazine and website.

The SOS safety magazine is one of the leading educational resources for kids and teenagers in Canada. This resource helps bring important issues such as teenage mental health, suicide, addiction, internet safety and more to light so that teenagers have additional resources and information on how best to help themselves.

They are free of charge and can often be found in different locations around the city you live in including schools, police stations, doctor’s offices, childcare facilities and more.

If you have a child or a teen or you are a child or teen who needs a resource please visit the SOS website at: