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Cara Transition House
Shelter counsellors are available 24 hours per day to respond to calls from individuals seeking information, support, counselling, or shelter. The crisis line is often the first point of contact for women who are thinking of leaving or planning to leave an abusive relationship. All of our services are confidential. Women can call us as often as they like for as long as they require support. This line is also available to people who call for information about a friend or loved one that they are concerned about, and to community agencies calling on behalf of a client. Counsellors at Cara House must speak directly with the woman before she can be admitted to the shelter.
Shelter – We provide emergency shelter 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. Our shelter can accommodate 13 women and children; each family has their own room and share communal living space with other families. Women are expected to contribute to the daily chores of meal preparation; house cleaning and child care. Families are encouraged to offer assistance and support to one another, were possible. Residents do not pay to stay at Cara Transition House. We accept self-referrals and referrals from community agencies, law enforcement, other shelters and government agencies. We offer safety planning, counselling, legal information/referrals, information about violence against women referrals to community resources and government services, advocacy, assistance with transportation, parenting support and the opportunity to talk to other women with similar experiences
Gander: (709) 256-7707
Crisis Line – 1-877-800-2272
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