Service Directory

Touchstone Family Association

Touchstone is a non-profit community based social service agency. We have been providing services to Richmond and nearby areas since 1983. Our services have primarily focused on preserving and enhancing family relationships. Through qualified staff, we offer a wide variety of professional services to the community.
Address: #120-6411 Buswell St. Richmond, BC V6Y 2G5
Phone: (604)-279-5599

Tri-City Transitions

<p>Tri-City Transitions is a respected and established 34 year old charitable not-for-prfit organization supporting our community by providing help and hope to women and families who have been impacted by violence and abuse in the Tri-Cities area. We provide transition house, outreach, referral, counselling for women and children, parenting for moms, dads and caregivers, women's resource centre and victim assistance programs.</p>
Address: <p>200 - 2540 Shaughnessy St Port Coquitlam BC V3C 3W4</p>
Phone: <p>(604) 941-7111</p>

UBC Law Students' Legal Advice Program (LSLAP)

In focusing on women's rights, Oxfam Canada continues to work on priority issues related to rural livelihoods, labour rights, HIV/AIDS, gender-based violence and the disproportionate impact on women and girls in humanitarian disasters.
Address: University of British Columbia Faculty of Law Room 158, 1822 East Mall Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1
Phone: (604) 822-5791
(604) 822-1661

Vancouver and District Labour Council

Founded in 1889, the VDLC is a local organization of the Canadian Labour Congress at the City Level, representing 1.5 million unionized workers across Canada. Labour councils have various responsibilities but mainly are the voice and organization of the labour movement at the community level. Labour councils organize the local unions in their jurisdiction to carry out the national policies of the CLC; to participate in national action campaigns; to assist unions on strike; to organize political action; to develop international solidarity and to work for social justice in the community.
Address: 020 - 1880 Triumph St Vancouver BC V5L 1K3
Phone: 604-254-0703

Vancouver and Lower Mainland Family Support Services

We are a non-profit organization offering free and confidential services in twenty languages. We provide culturally sensitive services to immigrant and visible minority women and their families who are experiencing family violence. We are immigrant and visible minority women helping other immigrant and visible minority women by providing: free and confidential services, advocacy, counselling, and support through our bi-lingual, bi-cultural workers.
Address: 500 Kingsway Plaza III 306-4980 Kingsway Burnaby BC V5H 4K7
Phone: 604-436-1025

Vancouver Coastal Health - Domestic Violence Program

Our program aims to decrease violence in abusive relationships and create meaningful links between hospitals and other community resources. We provide counseling for women and men abused by heterosexual partners, same sex partners, and family members.
Address: 2775 Heather Street Vancouver, BC V5Z 3J5
Phone: 604-875-4924

Vancouver Rape Relief and Women's Shelter

Rape Relief operates a transition house for women and their children and a 24 crisis line for women who are trying to prevent or escape male violence.
Address: Mailing Address: c/o P.O. Box 215621424 Commercial Drive, Vancouver, B.C. V5L 5G2
Phone: Crisis Line: 604- 872-8212, TTY: 604- 877-0958 (9AM to 9PM)

Vancouver Refugee Services Alliance

Provides services and advice to refugees.
Address: 411 Dunsmuir St Vancouver, BC
Phone: 778-328-8888

Vancouver Status of Women

Vancouver Status of Women is a 38 year-old organization that works with women to ensure our full participation in the social, political and economic life of our communities in the profound belief that women's self-determination is a crucial step towards a just and responsible society.
Address: Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 10am - 5pm 2652 East Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC, V5K 1Z6
Phone: 604-255-6554


The VictimLINK Line provides immediate crisis support for victims of family and sexual violence, and help for all other victims of crime. Trained Victim Service Workers provide support, information and referral to a range of programs and services across BC and the Yukon.
Address: 202-3102 Main St. Vancouver BC V5T 3G7
Phone: (604)-836-6381