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
ANN ELMORE TRANSITION HOUSE
Campbell River and North Island Transition Society
24-HOUR HELP LINE: 250-286-3666
TOLL FREE: 1-800-667-2188
*NEW* 24-Hour TEXT-ONLY Help Line: 250-895-1773
Ann Elmore House provides shelter for women and their children in need of safety from all forms of abuse. Women can expect from their stay in a Safety Bed at Ann Elmore House...
Confidentiality, respect, acceptance, and understanding
A comfortable environment, food, and their basic personal needs met
Information, support, counselling, and referrals
An on-site Child and Youth Support Worker
For non-resident women and their children there is a 24-hour help line (250-286-3666), support groups, information, and referrals.
at Ann Elmore House
QUICK RESPONSE BEDS
Ann Elmore House offers non-medical substance withdrawal and/or stabilization of psychiatric distress symptoms in the form of Quick Response Beds. A woman can stay in a Quick Response Bed for a maximum of 14 days with a referral from a Campbell River Mental Health and Substance Use Counsellor or a Crisis Nurse at Campbell River General Hospital.
SUPPORTIVE RECOVERY PROGRAM
Ann Elmore House also provides a safe, supportive environment for the early stages of a woman's recovery from substance misuse in what is called their Supportive Recovery Program. A woman can stay in the Supportive Recovery Program for a maximum of 28 days with a referral from a Campbell River Mental Health and Substance Use Counsellor.
from Past Clients of Ann Elmore House