250.542.1122 Transition House. Help is available 24/7 (Including Holidays)

PEACE Child and Youth Counselling

For children who have experienced family conflict

Vernon

250-558-3850 ext. 202

For more information

Armstrong

250-546-6744

For more information

Child and Youth Counsellors

Our counsellors provide a free psycho-educational support service for children and youth living in families where domestic violence has occurred.

 We provide a safe space for children and youth to share their feelings, expand on their coping strategies, and learn about healthy relationships.

Parents are provided programming to support their parenting.

How does family conflict affect children?

Impacts can include:

  • Fear
  • Anxiety
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Aggression
  • Depression
  • Problems with peers and at school

Children and youth living in homes where violence occurs are impacted by their environment. This is a program specifically designed to meet their needs and assist in their ongoing development.

This program serves children and youth ages 5 to 18 years.

We acknowledge that our workplace is within the northern part of the unceded Okanagan First Nation Territory and that many descendants of the Suqnaquinx (Suk‑anok‑can) still live here.

Archway Society for Domestic Peace

Community Programs & Administration Office

250-558-3850
250-558-3856 (fax)

2400 46th Avenue
Vernon, BC  V1T 9N5

Transition
House

 

HELP IS AVAILABLE 24/7 INCLUDING HOLIDAYS

250-542-1122