Thank you to Chris Buzick

Thank you to Chris Buzick, Director of Operations at Pro Active Consulting Services LTD. in Regina.  Chris generously volunteered his time and expertise to complete a safety audit at Regina Transition House.

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Stone Soup Kickoff Event

Gerard (Social Work practicum student) and Lyndley (Child Counsellor) pose with  soup pots and warm blankets purchased with a generous donation from the SK Energy Share the Warmth Foundation.  The items were purchased in support of our “Stone Soup” kick-off event.

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Regina, SK (February, 2014)The Mary Kay Ash Charitable Foundation has awarded $100,000 in grants to 10 domestic violence shelters or outreach programs in provinces and territories across Canada.  Regina Transition House received one of the $10,000 unrestricted grants to maintain critical services and programs for individuals who are survivors of domestic abuse.

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Winter 2013 Newsletter

Click here to read the Winter 2013 newsletter.

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Thank you Diva’s Night Out organizers for a fabulous event held October 10th!

A tip of the fascinator and a toss of the boa to Diva Judy Hine, Diva Bonnie Smart and Diva Pat Probyn for their hard work and incredible efforts in making the eleventh Diva’s Night Out so successful.

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Welcome to the Regina Transition House Website

“The Regina Transition Women’s Society is a Non-Profit Organization registered with the Province of Saskatchewan, as well as, a registered Canadian Charitable Organization.  Our Canada Revenue Agency registration number is 130167232RR0001. 

Our Canada Revenue Agency registration number is: 130167232RR0001”

To view our Charity Return on the Canada Revenue Agency website, please click here:


Are you being abused?

We believe that no one deserves to be abused.

No one has the right to hurt you. You have the right to be free from abuse. You are not at fault and you do not cause the abuse.

There is help available.

24 Hour Crisis Line (306) 569-2292

Regina Transition House is a safe shelter for women. If you are living in an abusive relationship, have experienced a violent incident or have been threatened with violence you can come into the shelter for help.

We can offer you a safe place to live with your children while you make plans for your future. Our staff are available 24 hours per day to assist you with information, support and options.

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