CAMPBELL RIVER AND NORTH ISLAND TRANSITION SOCIETY ANN ELMORE HOUSE
|Description & Services|
|Description||Ann Elmore House is operated by the Campbell River and North Island Transition Society, a non-profit, registered charity. CRNITS was established in 1985 to provide services and education aimed at ending violence against women. |
The Ann Elmore Transition House is a residence where women and their children can go to be safe from abuse or violence. Each year over 250 women and their children seek shelter in the Ann Elmore Transition House. More than 300 additional women receive support and information.
Our programs include emergency shelter, victim counselling, support groups, services to affected children, public education.
The Transition House offers
- Confidentiality, respect, acceptance and understanding
- Homey environment, food and basic personal needs
- Information, support, counselling, and referrals
- Children's program for children resident at Ann Elmore
- Assistance in dealing with legal, community and social services agencies
- 24 hour crisis/support phone line
- Toll free 1-800 service to assist women living in the North Vancouver Island area who wish to access the services safe shelter
Abuse can affect any family regardless of income, profession, religion, or education. Abuse is as serious a problem for teens and college students as it is for the elderly being abused by caregivers or their children.
The Campbell River and North Island Transition Society works, with a feminist perspective, to achieve a balance of power in society. We provide safe shelter and access to community based resources for women and children.
|Areas Served||Campbell River and Area|
|Dates||7 days a week|
|Address||Campbell River, BC|
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|Mailing Address||P.O. Box 548 |
Campbell River, BC V9W 5C1
|Toll Free Phone||1-800-667-2188|
|Crisis Phone||250-286-3666 |