Ann Davis Transition Society House provides shelter and support for abused women and their children. If you are seeking shelter from abuse, please call 604-792-3116.
Our Transition House is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Thank you Pull-Your-Own-Post, and all of our community supporters for making our Transition House fence project, a dream come true!
Big thank you to First-West Foundation for their generous donation.
(Kirsten Hauge, President; Masoome, Volunteer; Patti MacAhonic, Executive Director; Laurie, Volunteer; Shelley, Transition House Manager; Alisha, Relief Worker; Samantha Hilliard, Volunteer Coordinator; Summer, Volunteer)
Come join the fun at Ann's Treasures & Thrift Shoppe - Tuesday-Friday 10am-4pm. All funds help support the free programs ADTS offers the community. All donations of clothing and household items are accepted at the shoppe located at 46230 Yale Road. Come find your treasure!
Thank you Winners/HomeSense for their contribution to our services through different forms of fundraising in cooperation with the Canadian Women's Foundation. This contribution is so appreciated and will assist us in our mission to see Communities Free of Violence and Abuse. Thank you so much!
Congratulations to the winners of the Ann Davis Transition Society 2015 Raffle. Thank you VIA Rail and our Community for all of your support!
What began as the provision of a safe place for abused women and their children has grown to include individual and group counselling for women, children, youth, men, couples and families, information, advocacy and community education. We continue to revise programs and develop new ones to help people address the issue of abuse. Our counselling services assist over 2,700 people a year, 600 of whom are children.
Download our general brochure for more information
Donations of items such as clothing, hygiene items, bedding, towels, small household items and some furniture are accepted. Please call our office at 604-792-2760 for more infomation.
We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.