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Alberta
(Agencies found for Alberta: 125)

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Bissell Centre, along with Boyle Street Community Services, developed Inner City Victim Services to provide street level access to programs and services to victims of crime. This program offers a safe gateway for marginalized people to acquire information and receive support to ultimarely access and successfully navigate the Criminal Justice System.
INNISFAIL VICTIM SERVICES RCMP
4904 45 AVE
INNISFAIL
Alberta
T4G 1S6
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Telephone: (403) 227-3342
Fax: (403) 227-2070
British Columbia
(Agencies found for British Columbia: 199)

 id='toggleAllImgBC' src='img/collapse.gif'></a></div><div class='inner-section-title-ext'><input type='hidden' id='stateBC0' name='stateBC0' value='0' data-role='none'><div class='inner-section-title-ext-text'><a name='BCA' id='BCA'></a>A</div><div class='inner-section-title-ext-img'><a href='#' onclick= id='toggleImgBC0' src='img/collapse.gif'></a></div></div><div class='clearfix'></div><div id='sectionBC0' class='inner-section-list-ext' style='visibility: visible; display: inline;'><div class='agencyBlock'><div class='agencyTitle'>ABBOTSFORD RESTORATIVE JUSTICE & ADVOCACY ASSOCIATION</div><div class='agencyAddress'><span class='lbl'>Suite: </span>105<br />34194 Marshall Road<br />Abbotsford<br />British Columbia<br />V2S 5E4<br /></div><strong>Contact</strong><br/><div class='agencyContact ui-corner-all wrapping'><span class='lbl'>Telephone: </span>(604) 864-4857<br /><span class='lbl'>Fax: </span>(604) 870-4150<br /><span class='lbl'>Email: </span>office@arjaa.org<br /><a class='linkLowerCase' target='_blank' href='http://www.arjaa.org/'>www.arjaa.org/</a></div><div class='clearfix'></div><div class='agencyDesc'>Abbotsford Restorative Justice holds offenders accountable to their victims and the community and assists them to make appropriate amends and repair the harm done.  As an alternative to the criminal justice system, restorative justice provides support to both victims and offenders, allowing an incident to be resolved directly between the affected parties without going to court. ARJAA also works with Abbotsford School District 34, delivering training in conflict resolution for staff, students, and their families, and helping schools implement Restorative Action—a restorative justice program specifically designed to address bullying and other forms of conflict in school.  ARJAA’s vision is to “repair the harm… restore relationships… rebuild community.”</div></div><div class='agencyBlock'><div class='agencyTitle'>AGASSIZ RCMP VICTIM SERVICES</div><div class='agencyAddress'>6869 Lougheed Hwy.<br />Agassiz<br />British Columbia<br />V0M 1A0<br /><span class='lbl'>Mailing Address:</span><br />PO Box 349<br />6869 Lougheed Hwy.<br />Agassiz<br />British Columbia<br />V0M 1A0</div><strong>Contact</strong><br/><div class='agencyContact ui-corner-all wrapping'><span class='lbl'>Telephone: </span>(604) 796-1614<br /><span class='lbl'>Fax: </span>(604) 796-1623<br /><span class='lbl'>Email: </span>darlene.wahlstrom@rcmp-grc.gc.ca<br /></div><div class='clearfix'></div></div><div class='agencyBlock'><div class='agencyTitle'>ALBERNI COMMUNITY AND WOMEN'S SERVICES SOCIETY</div><div class='agencyAddress'>3082 Third Avenue<br />Port Alberni<br />British Columbia<br />V9Y 2A5<br /></div><strong>Contact</strong><br/><div class='agencyContact ui-corner-all wrapping'><span class='lbl'>Telephone: </span>(250) 724-7111<br /><span class='lbl'>Fax: </span>(250) 724-7113<br /><span class='lbl'>Email: </span>office@acaws.ca<br /><a class='linkLowerCase' target='_blank' href='http://www.acaws.ca'>www.acaws.ca</a></div><div class='clearfix'></div><div class='agencyDesc'>The philosophy behind the Alberni Community and Women’s Services Society stems from a belief in the strength and equality of women.  We are an organization committed to responding holistically to the needs of our diverse community.  We promote the empowerment and safety of women, children and youth, through high quality counselling, education, support and resources.  We work towards community connectedness and a violence-free society.</div></div><div class='agencyBlock'><div class='agencyTitle'>ALEXIS CREEK RCMP VICTIM SERVICES</div><div class='agencyAddress'><span class='lbl'>Mailing Address:</span><br />P.O. BOX 40<br />ALEXIS CREEK<br />British Columbia<br />V0L 1A0</div><strong>Contact</strong><br/><div class='agencyContact ui-corner-all wrapping'><span class='lbl'>Telephone: </span>(250) 394-4011<br /><span class='lbl'>Fax: </span>(250) 394-4680<br /></div><div class='clearfix'></div></div><div class='agencyBlock'><div class='agencyTitle'>ANAHIM LAKE RCMP VICTIM SERVICES</div><div class='agencyAddress'>6661 Christensen Road<br />Anahim Lake<br />British Columbia<br />V0L 1C0<br /></div><strong>Contact</strong><br/><div class='agencyContact ui-corner-all wrapping'><span class='lbl'>Telephone: </span>(250) 742-3237<br /><span class='lbl'>Fax: </span>(250) 742-3596<br /><span class='lbl'>Email: </span>terri.smith@rcmp-grc.gc.ca<br /></div><div class='clearfix'></div><div class='agencyDesc'>Anahim Lake RCMP is a one person office in rural semi-remote area. We provide assistance to all victims. School based programs on all types of bullying, safety issues, are taught to classes from K -7. Information sessions for adults on Elder Abuse, cyber safety and domestic violence are also available. Volunteers are available to assist with translation of the Carrier language.</div></div><div class='agencyBlock'><div class='agencyTitle'>ARCHES COUNSELLING</div><div class='agencyAddress'><span class='lbl'>Suite: </span>210<br />1548 - Johnston Road<br />White Rock<br />British Columbia<br />V4B 2Z8<br /></div><strong>Contact</strong><br/><div class='agencyContact ui-corner-all wrapping'><span class='lbl'>Telephone: </span>1 (778) 899-8735<br /><span class='lbl'>Email: </span>info@archescounselling.com<br /><a class='linkLowerCase' target='_blank' href='http://www.archescounselling.com'>www.archescounselling.com</a></div><div class='clearfix'></div><div class='agencyDesc'>Our Child and Family Therapists are here to uncover stories of strength and resources that will support and empower you. Our team has all received a Masters level of education and extensive training in narrative therapy along with a diverse background of professional experience. During a therapy session, a variety of therapeutic practices are used to explore values, beliefs, and ideas to create new possibilities

Our approach to bereavement counseling supports individuals through the grieving process using a variety of tools and strategies that reflect the Narrative therapy philosophy. Rather than saying good by she promotes keeping the connections with loved ones alive and ensure that the dead will not be forgotten. Her style of counseling for loss integrates talk therapy with the creative arts which opens the doors to explore many storylines occurring at this point in an individual's journey.

Our focus is supporting children, youth and adults to ensure that they have a voice and feel supported. In addition she works with people with a wide variety of challenges such as anxiety, anorexia/bulimia, perfectionism and emotional dysregulation..

ARCHES and AUTISM

A - Acceptance: Being autistic is understood from a variety of perspectives all the way from pride to shame. Autism acceptance is embracing neurodiversity. Working to re-story how we understand ourselves is highly impacted by how others tell the story about us. Together these influence how we make sense of the
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Specialized Victim Assistance Program offers support and information to women, children and men who have been victimized as a result of sexual assault, violence in an intimate relationship, child sexual abuse (recent or in the past), elder abuse, and criminal harassment (stalking).
ASHCROFT RCMP VICTIM ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Mailing Address:
PO.BOX 100
ASHCROFT
British Columbia
V0K 1A0
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Telephone: (250) 453-2536
Fax: (250) 453-9921
ATIRA WOMEN'S RESOURCE SOCIETY
101 East Cordova
Vancouver
British Columbia
V6A 1K7
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Telephone: (604) 681-4437
Fax: (604) 688-1799
Email: office@atira.bc.ca
www.atira.bc.ca
Atira Women’s Resource Society is a community-based organization that supports all women and their children, who are experiencing the impact of violence. Through education, advocacy and outreach, Atira is an active voice in the struggle to end violence against women and their children. Our feminist-based philosophy informs all our work with ourselves, each other and the community.
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Hope & Area Transition Society provides programs and services to individuals and families affected by social issues. Services include: 1) Jean Scott Transition House – providing free accommodation and support to women and their children who are leaving an abusive environment. 2) Children Who Witness Abuse Program – groups or one-on-one support for children aged 3-18 years old who have witnessed family violence or have been abused. 3) Second Stage Program – provides subsidized housing under a structured 2 year program, to assist women in developing social and life skills. 4) Violence Prevention Program – a school-based anti-violence program focusing on the dynamics of family violence, how to recognize abusive behaviours and where to go for support. 5) Outreach and Advocacy Program – provides support to women and/or family members who are dealing with the dynamics of family violence. 6) Stopping the Violence Program – a mobile service intended to provide services to First Nations Bands. The focus is on working towards creating a lifestyle free from an abusive environment. 7) Drug & Alcohol Outpatient Clinic – services available to youth and adults who are dealing with a substance abuse issue or are substance abuse affected. 8) School Based Addiction Program – assist schools, students and families with drug prevention and intervention issues.
HOPE RCMP VICTIM ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Mailing Address:
PO.BOX 40
690 OLD HOPE PRINCETON WAY
HOPE
British Columbia
V0X 1L0
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Telephone: (604) 869-7770
Fax: (604) 869-7755
HOUSTON OFFICE OF NORTHERN SOCIETY FOR DOMESTIC PEACE
Suite: B
2430 Butler Avenue
Houston
British Columbia
V0J 1Z0
Mailing Address:
PO Box 3836
Smithers
British Columbia
V0J 2N0
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Telephone: (250) 845-3212
Fax: (250) 844-0009
Email: info@domesticpeace.ca
www.domesticpeace.ca
Multi social service agency with the main office in Smithers. The Houston office offers Stopping the Violence Counselling, Children who Witness Abuse Counselling and Sexual Abuse Intervention Counselling.
HOUSTON RCMP VICTIMS SERVICES
Mailing Address:
PO.BOX 489
HOUSTON
British Columbia
V0J 1Z0
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Telephone: (250) 845-3484
Fax: (250) 845-3482