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Stopping the Violence
Free, confidential counselling for women who have experienced/are experiencing violence, trauma or abuse. We also offer Trauma-Sensitive Yoga sessions.
Victim Services Program
Supportive services including referrals, advocacy, help with paperwork and accompaniment to court proceedings for any victims of crime.
Transition House Program
A safe, confidential home for women in crisis and their children. Emergency shelter, referrals, information, advocacy and safety planning are available.
PEACE Child & Youth Program
Free, confidential individual and group support for girls and boys ages 3 – 18, as well as classroom and community education on violence prevention and healthy relationships.
We offer a supportive program and housing for women recovering from drug and alcohol abuse who are pre- or post-treatment. Recovery planning and harm reduction support are available.
Community Living BC Services
Support and services for adults with developmental disabilities, including social and recreational activities, and community inclusion support as well as Home Shared Living and other services.
The Haida Gwaii Society for Community Peace is a not-for-profit association of volunteers and professionals whose purpose is to provide temporary, secure housing and advocacy for survivors of family or gender-based violence; and to promote safety and/or equality for all persons on Haida Gwaii. We envision a community where all residents will be free to reach their potential uninhibited by violence, trauma, mental health, housing issues, or lack of skills/knowledge.
The Haida Gwaii Society for Community Peace exists to provide quality support for survivors of intimate partner violence/abuse, trauma, mental health, and addictions. We see diversity as an asset to our organization and communities. We are inclusive to all regardless of race, culture, ethnicity, national origin, gender identity, gender expression and presentation, sexual orientation, religion, age, ability, or socioeconomic status.