Staff

We have an experienced staff team who are trained to work with women and children who have experienced abuse. Our staff are dedicated to ensuring that the needs of our clients are met with empathy, understanding and respect.

We have 4 full-time Women’s Support Counsellors, an Outreach Worker, a Family Support Worker, and a team of Relief Support Counsellors.

You can reach our Women’s Support Counsellors 24/7, 365 days a year by calling 902-893-3232 or toll free at 1-800-565-4878. They are able to provide counselling, safety planning, referrals when you need them. If you are looking to access our shelter services, they can also assist you in making a plan to get out of your situation. You can also reach out via email at support@thirdplaceth.ca however this account is not monitored 24/7 so should not be used for immediate support services.

Our Outreach Worker is available Monday-Friday during normal business hours. You can reach her directly at 902-895-9740 or you can call our toll free number and we can pass your information along. You can also reach out to book an appointment via email at outreach@thirdplaceth.ca

Our Family Support Worker is also available Monday-Friday during normal business hours. You can reach her by calling 902-893-4844 / 902-893-3232 or by emailing at familysupport@thirdplaceth.ca  

Our Executive Director can be reached at 902-895-6489 or director@thirdplaceth.ca.

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With the recognition of the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, on September 30, it is important that we shine light on the dark reality of Canada's history, and its ever present and devastating implications today. Sept. 30th - A day of mourning and education, to honor the truth of a dark chapter in history. Truth and Reconciliation Day is a response to # 80 of the "Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action":"We call upon the federal government, in collaborationwith Aboriginal peoples, to establish, as a statutoryholiday, a National Day for Truth and Reconciliation tohonour Survivors, their families, and communities, andensure that public commemoration of the history andlegacy of residential schools remains a vital componentof the reconciliation process"A National Indian Residential School Crisis Line is available to provide 24hr support to former residential school students and those affected by calling 1.866.925.4419. Additionally, the Indian Residential School Survivors Society (IRSSS) can be reached toll-free at 1.800.721.0066 or online (see below). ... See MoreSee Less
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Sept. 30th - A day of mourning and education, to honor the truth of a dark chapter in history. Truth and Reconciliation Day is a response to # 80 of the "Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action"

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Many people know the #PowerAndControl Wheel, but did you know about the #Equality Wheel? It illustrates the facets of a safe and #HealthyRelationship. The Equality Wheel includes characteristics such as #Trust and #Support, #Honesty, shared responsibility and #Respect.

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