We have a dedicated team of volunteers who comprise our Board of Directors who comprise the Victims of Family Violence Association which governs Third Place Transition House.

If you are interested in becoming a board member, please email for more information!


A HUGE thank you to all the #frontlinewarriors during #NursesWeek2021 🌷 ... See MoreSee Less
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Sending a huge thank you to The Body Shop and their kind customers for thinking of the ladies we support this Mother’s Day 🌸💕 As always, we are so appreciative of the generous support from our community ❣️Truro Mall ... See MoreSee Less
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#MMIWG2S #NoMoreStolenSistersToday, May 5th, is National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and 2Spirit people.“Indigenous women and girls are five times more likely to experience violence than any other population in Canada and this violence tends to result in more serious harm.”#MMIW is real and devastating. The women, girls and 2Spirit people in our communities are sacred and deserving of love and safety. Protect our sisters. ✊🏽 ... See MoreSee Less
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#CoerciveControl is devastating but often difficult for survivors to recognize as abuse. #SupportSurvivors

Let's take a minute to acknowledge how stressful the last year has been for everyone. Now check in with yourself - how are you coping? Are you making time for self-care? Are you looking for some ways to improve your mental health?

We are thrilled to introduce our NEW Aftercare: Journey program, with the support we received from the Government of Canada and @redcrosscanada! After completing their 12 FREE counselling sessions our clients graduate into this new program! Learn more at

"There was no empathy and humanity, and it was so frustrating that during the second interview I left early because I felt like I wasn't being heard, and that I was being treated like a criminal."

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