Women's Programmingfor the Prevention of Domestic Violence

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  • Shelter Safe +

    If you are a woman experiencing abuse, there is someone you can reach out to any time of day or night. Read More
  • Dunmore Place - Kitimat +

    Tamitik Status of Women: Dunmore Place is a safe, confidential, staffed, and alarmed home where women and her children can stay up to one month. Emotional support, food and necessities are provided. Phone: 250-632-6070 Read More
  • Victim Assistance Program - Lillooet +

    Lillooet Friendship Centre - The Victim Assistance Program is community based. Volunteers support clients that have been affected by crime or violence. The service program delivers general information on the criminal justice system and volunteers act as a liaison between the crown counsel and client. The volunteers provide courtroom tours, support clients through the trial process and does follow up with victims and family. Phone: 250-256-4146 Read More
  • Amata Transition House - Quesnel +

    The Amata Transition House Society is a non-profit organization that provides a confidential, non-judgmental and safe place for women and their children. Trained staff is available 24 hours a day to provide information and referral services, support, advocacy and emergency housing needs. Phone: 250-991-7321 Read More
  • Elizabeth Fry Society - Prince George +

    Advocating for women -The Prince George and District Elizabeth Fry Society assists and empowers women, children and youth by advocating for women and children in our communities and by supporting women and children through counseling and education we work for social and legal justice. Phone: 250-563-1113 Read More
  • Quesnel Womens Resource Centre - Quesnel +

    Stopping the Violence Counselling, a provincial program that provides counselling services to groups or individual women who have experienced sexual assault, violence/abuse, or historical abuse. Outreach Support Services provide counseling, advocacy, support, and transportation to clients who are the victims of abuse and/or assault. Phone: 250-992-8472 Read More
  • Womens Outreach Program - Terrace +

    The Stopping the Violence Outreach Program provides individual and group emotional support for women who are or have experienced abuse in their lives. The Outreach Worker provides the opportunity for women to share their story, explore coping strategies, develop safety plans and create a support system free from violence. Services may include local transportation and accompaniment to medical, legal and/or social services appointments, advocacy, parenting information and support, developing life skills such as setting boundaries, managing time, and creating self-care plans. The goal of the Stopping the Violence Outreach Program is to assist women to reduce barriers so that they are empowered to live free from violence. Phone: 250-635-2315 Read More
  • Aboriginal Womens Outreach - Vancouver +

    Outreach and support to Aboriginal women who have experienced violence and who are living in Surrey, Delta, White Rock and Langley areas. Some of the services provided include: accompaniments (Ministry of Child and Family Development, Ministry of Human Resources, court, doctors, HIV testing, etc.); advocacy, one-to-one support; resource information and referrals; support with children in conflict in school or with the law; support when children have been apprehended; and support through custody and access disputes. Phone: 604-584-7597 Read More
  • Helping Spirit Lodge Society - Vancouver +

    Helping Spirit Lodge Society is the leading Aboriginal women's organization in the Lower Mainland to alleviate family violence and enhance community wellness through a traditional, holistic approach◾To provide safe, protective shelter to Aboriginal women and children◾To provide holistic educational programs of enhancement◾To provide support and advocacy to Aboriginal people ◾Phone: 604-255-3240 Read More
  • Aboriginal Victim Services - South Williams Lake +

    Northern Shuswap Tribal Council: The traditional practices of this Victim Services are based on the learned ways of knowledge which have been passed down from our grandparents, extended families, and ancestors: to have respect for all people and all living things, to value confidentiality, to appreciate the strength and wisdom of our peoples’/clients’ ways of being, to listen with an open heart and be non-judgmental, to work and practice in an anti-oppressive manner, and to be inclusive at all times. Phone: 250-305-2350 Read More
  • Families Growing Together - Duncan +

    Hiiye'yu Lelum House of Friendship - This is a program for the whole family. We look at ways you can support and communicate with each other in a positive way to create a safe and healthy future for you and your family…together.Families Growing Together is offered twice per year. Topics include: Communication, anger management, grief & loss, goal setting, self-care, inexpensive recreation activities, Self care, Creating a safe neighborhood, True Colors, Budgeting & Nutrition. Phone: 250-748-2242 Read More
  • Stopping the Violence program - Hope +

    Hope & Area Transition Society: Mobile counseling services are available to women on and off- reserve. These services can be delivered through group or individual sessions. Working from a client- centered perspective with the client in charge of the process will foster empowerment for women and encourage personal responsibility for her choices and changes that she is making in her life. Phone: 604-869-5111 Read More
  • Women's Outreach - Fort St. John +

    The Women’s Outreach program provides emotional support and practical assistance to women in the Fort St John area who have experienced violence, abuse or threats within the previous 6 months. Phone: 250-785-6021 Read More
  • Cowichan Women Against Violence - Duncan +

    The Stopping the Violence Counselling program provides free, confidential counselling for women who are experiencing violence or abuse in a current relationship or have experienced an abusive or violent relationship in the past. Counselling is available for women who have been sexually assaulted, are adult survivors of childhood abuse, or are currently experiencing or are at risk of abuse or violence in an intimate partner relationship. Phone - 250-748-7000 Read More
  • Victims Services - Dawson Creek +

    South Peace Community Resource Society - Specializing in supporting people with crimes related to family violence and sexual violence, Community Based Victim Services (CBVS) provides critical incident response, criminal justice information and support, safety planning, information and referrals to appropriate services, as well as emotional support throughout the justice process. Phone: 250-782-9174 x234 Read More
  • Stopping the Violence - Campbell River +

    Laichwiltach Family Life Society - This program responds to the needs of adult women and their dependent children who have experienced, or are at risk of violence. Agencies support women to identify and access the services they need through supportive counselling and referral to community services. Agencies provide community education to raise awareness about the effect of violence against women and the services needed to address it. As needed, agencies provide local transportation, accompaniment and advocacy. Phone: 250-286-3430 Read More
  • Stopping the Violence Counselling - Bella Coola +

    Bella Coola Community Support Society - This program is for •Women who have experienced sexual assault •Women who have experienced violence in their relationships (this could be physical, emotional or psychological abuse) •Women who have experienced abuse as a child. Women may choose between individual counseling and group work according to their needs. Phone: 250-799-5588 Read More
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