Tristlyn Spanger is a Registered Social Service Worker whom is a strong advocate for human trafficking and mental health for at risk youth and young adults. Tristlyn holds both a Diploma from Durham College along with her Bachelor’s Degree from Trent University. Tristlyn has experience delivering both cognitive behavioural therapy and dialectical behavioural therapy. Tristlyn has experience working in the youth justice system, residential settings and school board. Tristlyn works as a Care Support Worker in our residential program. Outside of her work with SafeHope Home she works full time in a Day Treatment Program where she provides counselling services and behavioural intervention to youth who struggle with various mental health needs that range from social, emotional and behavioural challenges.