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Shelter Receives United Way Regina Funding

Regina Transition House is pleased to announce that the women’s shelter has been awarded $75,877 in grant funding from United Way Regina for 2015

Shelter Receives United Way Regina Funding

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Soiree 2015

 Soiree 2015  - Save the Date - September 10th.  More info to come.

Soiree 2015

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39th Annual General Meeting

Please consider joining us for our 39th Annual General Meeting Thursday June 25th.  Executive Royal Hotel 4025 Albert Street Solarium 11:30am—1:00pm. Guest Speaker: Jo-Anne Dusel—Provincial Coordinator PATHS. Luncheon $25. Contact Hayley to reserve a seat (306) 757-2096 x2 officemanager@reginatransitionhouse.ca

39th Annual General Meeting

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. 

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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