Survivors of Domestic Violence
This program provides a trauma-informed approach to skills training and supported employment based on participant needs, allowing survivors to gain the independence and confidence required to succeed and thrive.
Survivors of domestic violence in British Columbia (including those who have not reported the violence) who are unemployed or precariously employed.
Participants receive supports such as counselling, childcare, transportation, work experience, wage subsidies and equipment.
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