“It’s Not Just” is the 2022 Government of Canada theme for this year’s 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence (GBV). It reminds us of the injustice of GBV and brings attention to how it is dismissed and minimized. It also highlights that GBV is not a private issue, but a systemic cycle that we all have a role in eliminating.
Our very own Executive Director, Heather Ney was honored with the Hero of the Year award for 2022. Along with this, she was also awarded the Community Builder of the Year Award.
A partnership with Dawn-to-Dawn: Action on Homelessness Society and the Comox Valley Transition Society.
10 Week Kwakwaka’wakw youth suicide prevention initiative.
Courtenay Home Depot’s Orange Door Project supports the CVTS
The staff at CVTS are dedicated and committed to supporting the most vulnerable populations in our community. To encourage staff to invest in a healthy work/life balance, CVTS is having a “Get active in August” campaign. We are challenging staff to do at least one physical activity a day during the month of August. Each week staff will submit their activity record to be entered into a random draw.
Weekly prize donations will be highlighted on CVTS social channels and the website throughout the month of August. If you are interested in sponsoring a weekly prize, please contact email@example.com