AUGUST 30, 2020: UPDATES ON CRNITS SERVICES IN LIGHT OF COVID-19
We will provide further updates as they are available!
Managing the Pandemic at Ann Elmore House
Ann Elmore House is a short-term shelter for women (and their dependent children) who are at risk of violence or abuse. As a communal living facility, we have put in place special rules and protocols to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19 to clients and staff.
What you can expect at Ann Elmore House:
Health screening before intake
If you have any flu-type symptoms, you are required to quarantine and get a COVID-19 test
Daily health screening including temperature readings
Hand sanitation every time you enter the building
Physical distancing of 2 meters from other people
Non-surgical face masks are required in all shared areas of the house
You will be asked to "keep your bubble small", meaning that socializing is only with a small group of close family or friends
Overnight stays away will not be allowed
New Virtual Group
Limited space available!
Monday 11:00am - 12:00pm
Wednesday 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Thursday 3:00pm - 4:00pm
To sign up...
Text only: 250-201-6975
Your name, email address; text number
Which group days work best for you. Please choose more than one.
For more information, contact 250-287-7384
What We Do
The Campbell River and North Island Transition Society provides programs, support, and services to women and children on Northern Vancouver Island, B.C.
Ann Elmore Transition House
24-HOUR HELP LINE: 250-286-3666
TOLL FREE: 1-800-667-2188
*NEW* 24-Hour TEXT-ONLY Help Line: 250-895-1773
Rose Harbour and Society Office
Campbell River Women's Centre
Transitions Used Furniture and More Store
Our Charitable Registration Number:
WHO WE ARE
Campbell River and North Island Transition Society
Campbell River and North Island Transition Society (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 Transition House
In 1987 Ann Elmore Transition House opened and continues to provide safe shelter, support, and programs to women and children fleeing abuse.
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.
The North Island encompasses a large area with many rural communities in remote areas and on outlying islands. The Society has implemented safe guards for women and children in these areas which includes safe homes and outreach programs.