Updated June 9, 2022
For the continued safety and well-being of our clients, staff and community during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Campbell River and North Island Transition Society will abide by the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) order under the Public Health Act.
For more information, contact 250-287-7384.
WHO WE ARE & WHAT WE DO
Campbell River and North Island Transition Society
The Campbell River and North Island Transition Society (CRNITS) provides programs, support,
and services to women and children on Northern Vancouver Island, B.C.
CRNITS is a non-profit Registered Society and Charitable Organization. The Society was formed in 1985 for the purpose of providing services to women and children struggling with issues of abuse and violence. CRNITS is the umbrella organization for the following:
In 1985 the Campbell River Women’s Centre gave birth to the Campbell River and North Island Transition Society (CRNITS). April 1, 2019 CRNITS took over the administration of the Women’s Centre programs including the drop-in centre, crisis/support counselling, and poverty reduction.
ANN ELMORE HOUSE
24-HOUR HELP LINE:
24-Hour TEXT-ONLY Help Line:
In 1987 Ann Elmore Transition House opened and continues to provide safe shelter, support, and programs to women and children fleeing abuse.
ROSE HARBOUR & SOCIETY OFFICE
Rose Harbour opened in 2013 and offers a program which includes subsidized housing. Women and their children are supported in their efforts to build a healthy life free of violence and abuse.
Gratefully accepting donations of gently used furniture and home décor. All funds raised through our store help to provide services to women and children on the North Island.
Are you interested in volunteer opportunities with the Campbell River and North Island Transition Society?
Connect with our Volunteer Coordinator by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 250-287-7384 Mondays and Tuesdays to learn more!
OUR COMMUNITY SUPPORTERS
We couldn't do what we do without you!
Our local community supporters make it possible to continue offering programs and services to those most vulnerable in our community. We are so grateful for their help!