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.
Women's Change Program and Transitional Housing
101-1116 Dogwood Street,
Campbell River, B.C.
For information contact:
Society Office: 250-287-7384
Office Fax: 250-286-6252
Rose Harbour is a program which includes time-limited subsidized housing and specialized services for clients, with or without children, who are impacted by homelessness, abuse, violence, and/or substance misuse.
We provide support and information in areas such a as life skills, recovery, tenancy readiness, health and well-being, advocacy, referrals, and budgeting.
Our support staff work closely with each woman providing assistance and support where needed.
We provide opportunities for women to contribute to the overall maintenance and well-being of their living environment for the purpose of promoting self-reliance and empowerment.
If you are interested, please contact Rose Harbour's Housing Manager: 250-287-7384
Resident Interview with United Way
Rose Harbour: Women's Change Program and Transitional Housing
Everyone in every community has the opportunity to reach their full potential. United Way’s mission is to empower everyone and to improve lives and build strong communities. Rose Harbour is a United Way funded program that is made possible because of your donations. People who need help find the right support when and where they need it. People who want to help find simple yet powerful ways to create impact in their local community. Through inspiring opportunities, United Way empowers people to make lasting social change. United Way exists locally to serve Central and Northern Vancouver Island’s most vulnerable and create inclusive communities where every person benefits. Donate today and make a local difference!
BUILDING ROSE HARBOUR
A dream that began 20 years ago is being realized. You all may recognize the home that sat on the lot prior to Rose Harbour. Volunteers salvaged as much as possible for Habitat for Humanity's local ReStore. You will notice that donations were pouring in even while work was being completed. Thank you to everyone who made this dream a reality.