A safe and healthy community for children and families
VCAPCC responds to children, youth and families affected by sexual abuse and other trauma, by providing victim services, counselling, prevention and education within the Greater Victoria community, and consultation throughout British Columbia.
Our philosophy is that children, youth and their families have the capacity to heal from the effects of child abuse and maltreatment when appropriately supported by their family, community and through the services they receive.
As an agency, we support our public health directives. As such, all our staff have had both of their vaccinations. In addition, we are encouraging clients and families who are eligible for vaccinations to get them as well.
To protect the safety of our staff and clients, we will be requiring proof of vaccination (vaccination passport) for those eligible for vaccinations (ages 12 and up, not medically exempt), in order to be seen at our agency for in-person appointments. We appreciate your patience and co-operation as we work to maintain a healthy and safe space, where we can continue to provide services.
We look forward to seeing you!
Frank Williams from the Victoria Fire Fighters Charitable Foundation delivering a cheque to us with the funds raised from the Victoria Fire Fighter's Pumpkin Smash event
Child abuse hurts the child, the family and society. It is not just an individual problem but a family and social problem. Society, including each community, has an obligation to respond to the problem of child abuse. The Victoria Child Abuse Prevention and Counselling Centre is a non-profit organization providing a response in our community. Click here to learn more about us.
We are incredibly fortunate the have the support of several organizations and individuals in our community. Click here to see who has generously donated to our organization and see how you can help us enhance our ability to provide critically needed services to children and families affected by abuse.
Your support greatly increases our ability to provide much needed services to children, youth and families affected by abuse.