We’re hiring!

We’re hiring!

Family Transition Place (FTP) is currently hiring for a Clinical Counsellor – Contract September 2021-September 2022 (35 hours/week). Under the direction of the Manager of Counselling Services, the Clinical Counsellor will provide individual and group services...
2020-2021 Annual Report

2020-2021 Annual Report

The last year presented us with many unexpected challenges. Through it all, our essential programs and services continued uninterrupted. This would not have been possible without the incredible dedication of our staff and the unwavering support of our board, community...
Have your say on affordable housing!

Have your say on affordable housing!

Have you been frustrated with the lack of affordable (if any!) housing in our area? Let’s use our collective voices to send a message to Orangeville Council that affordable housing MUST be a priority! In partnership with the Orangeville Food Bank, Community Living...
WINNERS! Resiliency Poetry Contest

WINNERS! Resiliency Poetry Contest

In partnership with the Orangeville Public Library, FTP’s Youth Educators recently held a contest to encourage students to create a 6-word poem highlighting how they—or someone they know—has shown resiliency over the last year. The results were...
Leave a Legacy Month

Leave a Legacy Month

May is Leave a Legacy Month. Legacy giving—also known as planned giving—provides you with an opportunity to support a charity of your choice beyond your own lifetime, either directly or by memorializing someone through a bequest in their name. Legacy giving allows you...
A Thank You to Staff from FTP’s Board of Directors

A Thank You to Staff from FTP’s Board of Directors

To: The Entire Family Transition Place Team It goes without saying, this has been an eventful year. Certainly we know from our personal lives how drastically the pandemic has disrupted our normal routines, our social connections and sometimes, tragically, our health...
May is Sexual Assault Awareness Month in Ontario

May is Sexual Assault Awareness Month in Ontario

May is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) in Ontario. Sexual violence affects every community in Ontario. According to a study done by the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute (2019), more than 52,000 sexual assault victims visited hospital clinics and emergency...
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