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BC Families in Transition - Welcome




BC Families in Transition (formerly the Separation and Divorce Resource Centre) helps more than 10,000 people per year through family changes, including separations and divorces, remarriages, blended family arrangements, and other complex family situations. We provide professional counselling for adults, children, youth, and families, legal support services, and workshops. Whether you are wishing to separate or to remain together, call us at 250.386.4331 to discuss how we can help. Some evening appointments are available.

Please support us so we can continue to grow and to help many more people --children, men and women, grandparents, and other family members--to live full and loving lives in our community.

Visit the How You Can Help section to learn more about BC Families in Transition or click here for our membership form.


What's New
WE HAVE MOVED! But not very far.

We have “said goodbye” to our home at:
812 Broughton Street and moved less than one block away, to:

899 Fort Street
Victoria, BC V8W 1H6


It is right at the corner of Fort and Quadra.
(across from "Island Blue")

Our phone number and website will remain the same: 250.386.4331 Toll-Free 1.877.386.4333



New Program for Families of People Who Are Involved In the Criminal Justice System.

Click here for Project Hope program details.

   
 



BC Families in Transition - A Matter of Honour

Our team shares a common philosophy and a common commitment to the quality and integrity of our work. We enter into honouring relationships and honouring conversations with everyone who contacts us for help. When people come to us for help, we are working for them. Our staff, contractors, and volunteers know that, and they manifest this principle faithfully in their work. It's vital, as we continue to become busier in all departments, to always remember that commitment.

- Bruce McGuigan, interim Executive Director

BC Families in Transition - Values Statement

  • Safety and Well-being - We are committed to the ideals of safety, well-being, and justice for all family members, with the welfare of children our top priority.

  • Responsibility - We are committed to the highest standards of excellence in service-delivery and organizational management. This includes responsible, compassionate, and ethical care for everyone who uses our services as well as a commitment to ongoing training and support for our staff and volunteers.

  • Autonomy - We believe people are responsible for making decisions that are right for them in their own lives. Our role is to support this process.

  • Diversity - We embrace diversity, including that of culture, race, ethnicity, gender, age, religion, ability, income, and sexual orientation.

  • Inclusion - We are committed to creating an inclusive workplace that welcomes input from all staff, contractors, volunteers, members, and clients. As a team, we draw on the resources, skills, and abilities of our team members in order to best serve our clients.

  • Respect - We are committed to respectful behaviour and communication, both within our workplace and in our community.


Funding provided by:

United Way of Greater Victoria     United Way of Greater Victoria     Law Foundation


BC Gaming Commission

Ministry of Attorney General


Ministry of Children & Family Development

Individual Donations


View a list of all of our corporate sponsors here

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