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The Windsor-Essex Triple P Community Partnership


What is the Windsor-Essex Triple P Community Partnership?


The Windsor-Essex Triple P Community Partnership is a collaborative effort between; children and adult mental health organizations, public health, children's protective services, city services and the local family court system.


The primary goal of our partnership is to provide Triple P programs at no cost to all local parents interested in improving their parenting strategies. We are encouraging parenting strategies that lead to healthy child development. Healthy families lead to well adjusted children who have the skills and confidence they need in life.


The following organizations have made Triple P possible in the Windsor-Essex community:


Bridging Family Conflict/MIP program

Children First

City of Windsor
EarlyON Child and Family Centres

Collège Boréal

Family Respite Services

Family Services Windsor-Essex

John McGivney Children's Centre

Maryvale Adolescent & Family Services

Multicultural Council of Windsor and Essex County

New Canadians' Centre of Excellence

Place Concorde

Regional Children's Centre

South-Essex Community Council

The Inn of Windsor

Unemployed Help Centre

Windsor Essex Community Health Centre

Windsor Women Working With Immigrant Women

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

Windsor-Essex Children's Aid Society

Windsor-Essex County Health Unit

Women's Enterprise Skills Training of Windsor (WEST)






Proud Funded Partner

United Way Centraide Windsor-Essex 


Contact Us


General Info: (519) 257-5111


Voice Directory: (519) 257-5100



Visiting Hours 


1453 Prince Rd.


Windsor, ON N9C 3Z4