Robson Valley Support Society is a charitable organization dedicated to strengthening all individuals, families, and communities by providing programs and services, and by collaborating within a rural environment.

RVSS offers a wide variety of free client /family-centered and client-directed services to children, youth, families and individuals. Residents of the Robson Valley may access support around: employment and career counselling; parenting; senior services; family support; youth services; child and youth mental health; infant and child development; information/advocacy/and counselling for women living with, or transitioning from, violence; counselling for children affected by violence; victim services; adult literacy; navigating systems such as housing, immigration, medical, and social assistance; and accessing temporary safe shelter for women and children experiencing, or are at risk of experiencing, violence. Women and children who have experienced violence or are at risk of experiencing violence are able to access healing through alternative forms of therapy such as trauma-informed yoga.

As of November 2015, RVSS is proud to announce the entire agency will be working from a trauma informed lens. At RVSS employees are continuously staying on top of their field to ensure best practice and up to date approaches and tools are being utilized.

Robson Valley Support Society is an equal opportunity employer and will deliver services with the aim of accessibility and inclusion for all clients regardless of their gender, culture, physical abilities, immigration status, color, sexual orientation, religion, income level, family members’ choice of trade or isolation status.

All programs have the capacity to provide in office or out-reach services.

Sharing Hope and Offering Support

The Safe Shelter, Information and Support Program provides free and confidential information, support, and/or emergency shelter for women and their children who have experienced, or are at risk of experiencing, violence.

For Free, Local, 24-Hour Shelter, Information and Support, Call these numbers:

Valemount 250-566-1248

McBride 250-569-7453

If you are experiencing any sort of violence, this guide can help you to increase your safety and prepare you in advance for the possibility of further violence.  Here are some ideas that you can use to keep you and your children safe.

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Thank you to our supporters

Ministry of Children & Family Development

Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation

Ministry of Advanced Education

Valemount Learning Centre