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Read the latest news from the Comox Valley Transition Society
Drive Away Domestic Violence

Drive Away Domestic Violence

On Saturday, May 29th, the Campbell River and Comox Valley Transition Societies will join forces to present the first annual Drive Away Domestic Violence, a charitable “golf day” to be held at the Campbell River Golf and Country Club.Register for the "golf day" as an...

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International Women’s Day 2021: #FeministRecovery

International Women’s Day 2021: #FeministRecovery

In 1908, thousands of women marched in New York City for better labor laws, conditions, and the right to vote.  Women continued to gather annually until the day was formally honored on March 8, 1911.  Here in the Comox Valley, women have come together to celebrate the...

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Comox Valley CNOY 2021 raised over $170,000!

Comox Valley CNOY 2021 raised over $170,000!

Thank you ever so much for walking and raising funds for the 2021 Comox Valley Virtual Coldest Night of the Year Walk. Your support is so important – without it we would not have a walk. But as each of you Walked Apart – you Worked Together to raise the incredible sum...

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Honouring Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

Honouring Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

The Comox Valley continues to honour and remember Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. In 2015, Walking With Our Sisters - K’ómoks opened its door to the community to experience a traveling memorial art installation honouring Missing and Murdered...

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Investing in girls is an investment in the future

Investing in girls is an investment in the future

The Comox Valley Girls’ Group just got a boost from the Canadian Women’s Foundation that will help better prepare girls to become future leaders in our community. CV Girls’ Group is a free, CVTS-run program designed to increase girls’ positive connection to community,...

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COVID-19 Pandemic Notice

 

Thank you for visiting Comox Valley Transition Society’s website. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have modified our operations to ensure the continued delivery of our services while protecting the health and well-being of our clients, donors, staff and volunteers.

Lilli House, Amethyst House, Connect and the Too Good To Be Threw thrift stores are all open. Counselling services are available by phone, videoconference or in-person socially distanced meetings. Group meetings are currently on hold until further notice.

Our office is open, though the door remains locked to the public. Should you wish to make an appointment or drop off a donation, please call us at 250.897.0511 and coordinate a time with our team.

Thank you for your patience, and remember: be kind, be calm and be safe.