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​Counselling, court support and information available for men, and children who have experienced abuse.

Kamloops Sexual Assault Counselling Centre - Trained Victim Support staff provide information, emotional support, assistance through the court process, and community referrals for individuals and their families who have experienced relationship violence, child abuse, sexual assault, historical sexual abuse and stalking or harassment. Services are at no cost and are confidential.

Contact: 250-372-0179
Address: #601 - 235 1st Avenue
Kamloops Sexual Assault Counselling Centre staff provide counselling, support and information to survivors of all types of sexualized violence including: recent sexualized assault, historical childhood sexualized abuse, partnership battering, and criminal harassment.

Contact: 250-372-0179
Keremoes Victim / Witness Services Program is provided by RCMP in co-operation with the Lower Similkameen Community Services Society. They provide emotional support and practical assistance to victims of sexual violence. All referrals are received through the RCMP, Penticton Regional Hospital an or other agencies. This is a no fee services.

Contact: 250-499-5511
Desert Sun Counselling & Resource Centre provides individual and/or group counselling based on the needs of men who would like to improve their relationships, reduce stress and manage conflict.

Contact: 250-498-2538
Crisis Line: 1-877-723-3911
Address: 6237 Main Street
South Okanagan Victim Assistance Services counsellors are professionals trained and specializing in trauma therapy. We serve adult women and men who have experienced any form of abuse – physical, sexual, or emotional – at any time in their lives. 

Contact: 250-493-5355 or 1-888-493-5355
Address: #204 - 304 Martin Street
Penticton and Area Access Centre provides counselling, court support and information to men who have experienced abuse.

Contact: 250-493-6822
Address: #209 - 304 Martin Street
Sexual Abuse Recovery for Men: This free, self-referral program provides individual counselling for men who have experienced recent or historical sexual abuse.  The program allows men to explore how abuse has impacted their lives and confirms that they are not alone.  Where appropriate counselling is offered to partners and families of the client, in order to help them understand the trauma related to this issue, and to offer tools and techniques in dealing with the related issues.

Contact: 250-545-3390
Address: #201 - 3402 27th Avenue


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