The BC Society of Transition Houses is involved in a variety of projects, partnerships and committees aimed at improving services for women, children and youth experiencing violence.

Projects

  • Getting Home

    The Getting Home Project: Overcoming Barriers to Housing after Violence Project is a three-year, community-based...

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  • Violence Is Preventable

    Violence Is Preventable (VIP) is a free, confidential, school-based violence prevention program for students in...

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  • PEACE Resource Toolkit

    British Columbia’s Prevention, Education, Advocacy, Counselling and Empowerment (PEACE) programs provide psycho-educational support for children...

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  • BELIEVE

    Since 2004, PEACE Programs have been partnering with educators of grades K through 12 in...

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  • Reaching Out With Yoga

    This five-year research project is bringing trauma-informed yoga to women, children and youth who have...

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  • Technology Safety

    There has been an increasing trend reported by Canadian anti-violence workers where technology use and...

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  • Building Supports

    Building Supports: Housing Access for Immigrant and Refugee Women (IRW) Leaving Violence is a collaborative,...

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  • Legal Toolkit

    A legal toolkit has been developed for anti-violence workers responding to violence against women, children...

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  • Reducing Barriers

    Women who have experienced violence and who have mental health and substance use issues often...

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  • Cedar Blankets

    Cedar Blankets: Building Wraparound Supports & Reducing Barriers for Indigenous Women and Children to Transition...

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  • Accessing Stable and Safe Housing Guidebook

    The goal of this project was to develop a guide to assist service providers to...

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