Lives In Transition

Lives in Transition is a 30 week holistic program assisting women who are recovering from domestic violence relationships and are hoping to get back into the labour market or move onto further education. Change is hard and LIT understands that, we look at each of our clients as they come through our program as the strong women that they are. Society wants to think that women who have experienced a cycle of violence are weak but we know different.

Find out if this is the right program for you. Attend a one-on-one meeting with our intake counsellor to undertake a thorough assessment of your strengths and barriers. 
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