STV Outreach Program for Campbell River and Gold River

Stopping the Violence

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.

Services are available to ALL women (Aboriginal or non-Aboriginal) who reside in the Campbell River and Gold River area who have experienced abuse, sexual assault, violence in relationship or childhood abuse, or are threatened by risk of abuse, sexual assault or violence  and who are in need of support. The program also provides support groups and offers education sessions as needed

  • Provides support to women and children
  • Provides transportation to and from services e.g. transition house, court etc.
  • Provides educational sessions in community
  • Do referrals to agencies in the communities

This program is open to all women, not just aboriginal women.

Additional Information

Contacts:

CAMPBELL RIVER:
Mandy McManus Dixson
Office: (250) 286-3430
Cell phone (250) 204-4852

GOLD RIVER:
Carol Donaldson
Office: (250) 283-7161

Address / Contact Info

Laichwiltach Family Life Society
441 4th Ave Campbell River, BCV9W 3W7

Phone Numbers

Phone : (250) 286-3430 ext. 106
Toll-free : 1-877-777-8222
Fax : (250) 286-3483

Hours of Operation

Regular hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM; Closed weekends and Stat holidays.

Web Links

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This program was last updated on 08 Nov 2015.