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The Domestic Relation's Court Support Podcast will feature a different division of the Domestic Relations Court monthly, with an aim to help the public gain a better understanding of how to navigate the court and what to expect when they come to court. 

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Family Courts Secret Show

Self-Representation and our Help Center, featuring Administrative Judge Leslie Ann Celebrezze and Help Center Mananger Anjanette Whitman, esq.

Domestic Violence, featuring Judge Diane Palos and Senior Legal Aid Attorney Alexandria Ruden, esq.

Families First Program, Featuring Judge Tonya R. Jones, Magistrate Judy Jackson-Winston and Bailiff Bianca Smith

Women In Transition (WIT), A FREE Tri-C program offering a helping hand to women

The Women in Transition Program at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) is a free program in its 40th year of educating and training women seeking a fresh start.


The program is located at four locations: Eastern Campus in Highland Hills, Metropolitan Campus in Cleveland, Western Campus in Parma and Corporate College® West in Westlake. The 8 week, non-credit program is free and open to the public.


Participants build confidence through classes on personal development, career exploration, workshops and computer basics. The course is designed to assist women in transitional periods of their lives, such as a career change or return to the workforce.


Registration is required for the Women in Transition program, which offers day and evening class options. Simply call your nearest campus to inquire.


Tri-C®  Women in Transition (WIT) Program began in 1978 as a pilot program that has evolved with boundless impact. There has been contribution to thousands of personal success stories in more than three decades of operation. The program typically serves about 300 women annually.


After completing the Women in Transition Program, many continue their education by beginning credit classes, build an ongoing relationship with CCC supportive services, or enroll in certificate or re-training programs.

WIT Brochure
Info sheet on class sign up & curriculum