Our story begins with Janet MacDonald spearheading the effort to address the lack of services for women in violent relationships in 1986. We would like to acknowledge our Founding Mothers. It's because of your tireless efforts and advocacy that we are here today. Our Transition House officially opened it's doors in 1992, and the Boundary Women's Resource Centre opened in 1994. We have come a long way from our grass roots in 1986!
We now operate a six bed Transition House, with a new building on the way, the Boundary Resource Centre and host three other programs; Women's Outreach, Stopping the Violence Counselling and Legal Services. We have a dedicated Collective board and a dynamic staff of 20! We look forward to continuing our work with the women and children of the Boundary.
Our sincere thanks to the funders and BWC members whose contributions make our programs and services possible...