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Organization Name Organization Description Address Hours of Operatio n Phone Number Website Services Offered Fee for Service Notes Adult domestic (Intimate Partner) abuse UBC Sexual Assault and Support Centre -support and empowerment of people of all genders who are survivors of sexualized violence as well as their family and friends -supports UBC students/ staff and faculty and people with a connection to UBC campus 6133 University Blvd, Rm 3127 Monday- Friday; 9am-5pm 604-827- 5180 -Support Groups for Healthier Relationships Free (for UBC students) Family Services of Greater Vancouver; Trauma and Sexual Abuse Centre Non-profit, community based organization that aims to support children, youth and adults 301 – 1638 E Broadway Vancouver BC V5N 1W1 Monday- Friday; 9am-5pm 604-731- 4951 Counselling for Adults who experience domestic violence/criminal harassment Free For information about other branches in Greater Vancouver: gv.ca/about/a gency-site- directory/ Family Services North Shores Non-profit, community based organization that provided education, support, and counselling to heal and connect the Suite 203 - 1111 Lonsdale Avenue North Vancouver, BC V7M 2H4 Monday; 10:30am- 4:00p, Tuesday to Thursday ; 10:00am- 4:00pm Friday: 604-988- 5281 - services/full-service-listing/17-stopping-the- violence-counselling-program Stopping the Violence Counselling Program; counselling for women age 19 and older who have experienced relationship abuse, sexual assault, and/or physical, emotional or sexual abuse at any age Free
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North Shore community. 9:00am- 1:00pm Atira Women's Resource Society 101 East Cordova Street Vancouver, BC V6A 1K9 None Listed 604-331- 1407 - Stopping the Violence (STV) Counselling Program (see above for description) Free Sexual Assault UBC Sexual Assault and Support Centre -Sexual Support centre that supports and empowers people of all genders who are survivors of sexualized violence as well as their family and friends -supports UBC students/ staff and faculty and people with a connection to UBC campus 6133 University Blvd, Rm 3127 Monday- Friday; 9am-5pm 604-827- 5180 -Crisis and Support Workers are available by appointment or drop-in Free (for UBC students) Women Against Violence Against Women (WAVAW)/ Rape Crisis Centre rape crisis
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  • Fall '15
  • Violence against women, Vancouver

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