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Mid-Island Men Services

Mid-Island Men Services is a life-changing group that supports men to move beyond abusive behaviours and to build healthy relationships.This is a 30 hour program for men who want to stop being abusive and learn ways to build relationships based on equality and mutual respect.

You may want to consider participating if you are a man who is at risk, or has a history of abusing others; or if you want to address power and abuse in relationships. 

The goals of the program:

– to help men establish relationships based upon safety, equality and respect rather than violence and abuse;
to prioritize the safety of the victim of abuse;
– to assist men in taking responsibility for stopping their abusive behaviours;
– & to assist men in building the relationships they prefer with their partners, children and other men.

Testimonial from a past participant:

“I have learned that I wasn’t alone in this, others had trouble and we have helped each other get through what was needed to be done. In the Program we expressed feelings, let go of some past bad behaviors, and had points of view shared from the other side of situations.  Glad to meet new people and start a new better beginning.”

For more information about Mid-Island Men Services please contact:

Theresa Gerritson
phone: 250 754-3331 (ext. 767)

Covid-19 Hours and Response

Our current hours of operation are Monday to Thursday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

We are open to the public on a limited basis. Only 2 people may be in the waiting room at a time. If full, please wait outside or in your car.

If you have any cold, influenza, or Covid-19 symptoms, you will not be permitted into the building.

We continue to practice social distancing. Please maintain 2 metres distance and face masks are encouraged.

Our counselling program continues to operate, offering sessions over the phone, online, and in person. Walk-in counselling is unavailable at this time. If you are in need of counselling support, please call us at (250) 754-3331 or email Mia at m_maarika@nflabc.org

If you are an older adult, aged 65+, looking for support at this time, please visit Safe Seniors, Strong Communities website.

Safe Seniors, Strong Communities Website