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Counselling & Support Programs

Campbell River and North Island Transition Society offers one-on-one counselling sessions and outreach services for women in the Campbell River, Gold River and surrounding areas. 

There are no fees to anyone accessing our services. 

FOR INQUIRES ABOUT INTAKE, call the society office [at] 250-287-7384. 

We are here to walk along side you as you explore your healing journey.

We Are Here... 

to hear your story. 
to value your experience.
to believe in your worth. 


Supportive Counselling & Outreach

One-on-one counselling sessions and outreach service for women who are experiencing, or have experienced, difficulties in relationships, or for women in recovery from substance misuse. 

Supportive Counselling offers... 

  • Confidentiality, respect, acceptance, and understanding.

  • Information, advocacy, and referrals.

  • Safety planning.

  • Support women in recovery from substance use.

  • Support during family and/or criminal court process.

  • Support during meetings with other community agencies.


Stopping the Violence Counselling

One-on-one counselling services for women who have experienced physical, emotional, or sexual abuse. 

STV Counselling offers... 

  • Confidentiality, respect, acceptance, and understanding.

  • We offer crisis intervention. 

  • Support women survivors of various forms of abuse experienced throughout their lifespan. This includes:

    • violence of any kind (physical, emotional or psychological);

    • sexual assault; or

    • childhood abuse or violence.


Open In-Person Support Groups

Support groups are open to Women in the community, space is limited, please call ahead to sign up.


Tuesdays 6-8pm @ Rose Harbour

This is an open group committed to assisting women in their healing journey; limited spots available;

call ahead for childminding availability.
Tea, coffee and light snack

will be served.


Wednesdays 12-2pm @ Rose Harbour

This is an open group aimed at supporting women in their desire to break down barriers and improve their lives. Topics of discussion include:

  • Abuse in relationships;

  • Power and control;

  • Healthy relationships;

  • Boundaries;

  • Self-esteem;

  • Self-care;

  • Compassion;

  • Assertiveness;

  • Making changes


Thursdays 11am-12pm @ Rose Harbour

This is an open group which supports individuals who have chosen to abstain or are considering abstinence from any type of addictive behavior, (substances or activities), by teaching how to change self-defeating thinking, emotions, and actions; and to work towards long-term satisfactions and quality of life.


Call 250-287-7384 to sign up

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