Stopping the Violence Counselling (S.T.V)

The goal of the Stopping the Violence Program is to empower women to evolve from victim to victor and thus enable them to develop to their fullest potential.

The program offers free, confidential individual and/or group counselling and support to women who are currently experiencing or have experienced any type of abuse (emotional, physical and/or sexual) across their lifespan.

The service is feminist-based counselling, with priority given to safety and support. The program provides non-judgmental, empathic counselling to women 19 years old and over, and to teenage girls living an adult lifestyle where no other suitable services are available. Clients may access one hour individual sessions and /or group counselling.

If you are in danger call 911 or Victimlink BC at 1‑800‑563‑0808

BC Society of Transition Houses
Victim Link BC

The “I Can” empowerment group is a weekly ongoing, facilitated support group providing professional counselling, peer support, educational opportunities and access to a variety of resources.
The “I Can” group is held every Thursday from 10am to 12 noon.
For more information please phone Maureen Hickey at 604-869-6299.

Hope and Area Transition Society provides services, advocacy and education to build resiliency, empowerment and inclusion.

Main Office: (604) 869-5111

400 Park Street, PO Box 1761, Hope, BC V0X1L0

House of Hope Emergency Shelter: (604) 869-7574

650 Old Princeton Hwy. Hope, BC V0X1L4

info@hopetransition.org

Jean Scott Transition House: (604) 869-5191

I acknowledge our agency provides services within the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Stó:lō and Nlaka’pamux.