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Transition House
offers 24 hour support services 365 days of the year, and safe shelter for women and children fleeing abuse and violence.

Third Place Transition House

Third Place Transition House is a 10 bed shelter that offers support services for women and children fleeing abuse and violence. We provide non-judgemental, inclusive, confidential services; offering a safe space for healing to begin. Third Place also offers Outreach Services, Public Education and Programming in Truro, Colchester and East Hants. Third Place is committed to the trauma-informed principles of awareness, safety, trustworthiness, choice, collaboration and empowerment in the work that we do.

Violence against women is a complex, societal issue, and abuse can take many forms; such as, physical, emotional, verbal, psychological, sexual and financial. We believe in the strength and resilience of women who face domestic, family or intimate partner violence.


 

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Know the signs ⚠️Are you concerned about someone you know that may be experiencing Domestic Violence? We are here to help 💜📞 902.863.3807For more information and resources on how to offer support, please visit:www.neighboursfriendsandfamilies.ca/.../identify... ... See MoreSee Less
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"We’ve been talking about this for so long, for so many years. We’re at the point now, where basically two women a week are being murdered by either a current or past intimate partner."

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