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Children Who Witness Abuse

Phone604.522.3722 ext 118

Counselling for youth impacted by family violence (5-18 yrs).

~   Coquitlam  ~

Children of the Street Society

208 – 1130 Austin Avenue, 




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Prevention education on sexual exploitation plus resources and referrals for children/youth/families affected by sexual exploitation.

~  Langley  ~

Ishtar Transition Housing Society

#101 - 6350 203rd Street, 


24 hour crisis lines604.530.9442 or 604.857.5797

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Ishtar Transition Housing Society is committed to preventing, breaking and ending the cycle of abuse.

The Society provides supportive services to assist women and children in our community, from all walks of life, race and belief systems who have experienced abuse.  The programs are designed to help women and children become the very best that they can be through counselling, support and empowerment.  The staff and volunteers of the Society work with other community agencies such as the courts, the hospital, mental health and social services to ensure that each resident/client is given as many options as possible from which to chose.

~  Maple Ridge  ~

Cythera Transition House

22318 McIntosh Avenue, 

Maple Ridge


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To achieve a balance of power in society which, we believe, will bring about an end to violence and abuse of women and children.

We believe that:

  • Ending violence is a community responsibility.  In responding to the diversity of our community, accessibility to services is imperative.  Our community has a responsibility to provide a safe haven for victims/survivors.

  • Violence and abuse is rooted in power imbalances and is never acceptable when it involves or is directed at women and children.

  • Ending violence and abuse is achieved through knowledge, which is power, and change.  And that change requires courage, conviction and commitment.


~  Surrey  ~

Sexual Abuse Counselling Centre

9815 140th Street, 


Phone604.584.5811 Local 237

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We provide both short and long-term counselling interventions to Surrey children and youth (ages 3-18 years) who have experienced sexual abuse.  We also offer support and psycho-educational information to non-offending family members and caregivers to help cope with the impact of the sexual abuse on the family.


SEY: Stop Exploiting Youth

#205 - 14727 108th Avenue, 



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"Services for youth who are at  risk, or who are, being sexually exploited."

The SEY Program provides:

Emergency Case Management

Flexible Hours of Operation

Creative, Intensive and Individualized Support to Youth

Connections to Supportive Community, Family and Services

Safe Bed Support

Consultation with Community Agencies Regarding the Needs of Sexually Exploited Youth

SEY Workers arrange to meet with youth in their communities.

Surrey Women's Centre

P.O. Box 33519 Central City, 



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Surrey Women’s Centre offers a wide range of Crisis, Court and Counselling services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and other forms of family violence. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to ensure that women and girls have support when they need it.

Transition Houses - Options Community Services



The Support Workers at the transition houses are dedicated to empowering and supporting women and women with children, who are fleeing abusive relationships. Support Workers at the transition houses provide:

  • Lay counselling and support

  • A safe, homelike environment

  • Food and toiletries

  • Information and help in obtaining financial aid, medical care, legal assistance, housing, etc.

  • Referrals to other agencies and services

  • Advocacy

  • Some staff provide multilingual services

    There is no fee for participating in this program and this service is confidential.

~  White Rock  ~

Atira Women's Resource Society

#204 15210 North Bluff Road, 

White Rock



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Hours: 8:30am - 5:00pm

Days: Weekdays

Atira Women’s Resource Society is a community-based organization that supports all women, and their children, who are experiencing the impact of violence committed against them and/or their children. Through education, advocacy and outreach, Atira is an active voice in the struggle to end violence against women and their children.

Durrant Transition House - Atira Women's Resource Society

White Rock


A first-stage transition house staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Staff provides emotional support, referrals and resource information, advocacy, court and other accompaniments, parenting support, etc. A therapist from Specialized Counselling Services for Women (a program of South Fraser Women's Services Society) is available on site for weekly appointments. Maximum length of stay is 30 days. Durrant practices low-barrier protocols, which means women are not screened for mental health or substance use issues. Women must be able to live communally. There are a total of 10 beds available for women and their children.

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