Women Changing Paths/Addictions Program

Offered by Family Transition Place, Women Changing Paths is a program designed to compassionately help women whose lives have been affected by ongoing use of substances. Originally funded for women who are pregnant or who have children, the program has evolved to support any woman in lessening the consequences of substance use – through counselling.

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Counselling in the program is client-centered and non-judgmental.

We are concerned that pregnant women or mothers may not seek help because they feel they might be scrutinized and labelled as a ‘bad parent’. We want to help. We do not, and will not judge. We want only to provide support.

Counselling is available throughout Bolton, Caledon, Orangeville and Dufferin County. Counsellors will meet you at a location that is most convenient, safe, and comfortable for you.

Collaborative services are provided between different community organizations (i.e., nurse practitioners, Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN), etc.) to help you reach your goals.

For compassionate, non-judgemental counselling and support, please call 519-942-4122.  We want to be there to help in a non-judgmental, supportive way.

View the brochure online:


View a PDF of the brochure: Women Changing Paths

A resource pamphlet has been prepared to provide community support services available in Dufferin County for those who are affected by substance use. Please click HERE for a printable version.
*Hardcopies are also available for pick-up at Family Transition Place.

Central West LHIN Common Registration Form

Please click HERE for the NEW CWLHIN Common Registration Form. This form will replace all existing referral and application forms for mental health and addiction services.

FTP is a proud member of the Dufferin-Caledon Drug Strategy Committee. The Dufferin-Caledon Drug Strategy Committee is a community group composed of like-minded agencies that are working together to support and coordinate the development and implementation of local, comprehensive, cross-sector strategies to reduce the harms related to substance use and/or addictive behaviours. Find out more by watching the following video, or by visiting the Dufferin Overdose Awareness Committee Facebook page.

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