Serving the community since 1973, Dixon Transition Society helps to reduce the impact of domestic violence by providing a safe haven for women and children. Transitional housing programs, counselling and outreach services form a continuum of care to support women and children to live a life free from violence. Read more about our approach and programs.
To see women and children free from violence
To raise awareness about and to provide a continuum of services including safe housing, support, counselling and education for women and children impacted by violence.
Respect – celebrating individuality and diversity
Trust – providing an environment of safety confidentiality and security
Acceptance – freedom of choice and unconditional support
Education – increasing awareness of the issues and impacts of violence against women and children
Dixon Transition Society Strategic Priorities
Click Dixon 2014-2017 Strategic Plan to view our Strategic Priorities.
Dixon Transition Annual Report
Click Annual Report 2016-2017 to view.
Dixon Society Charity BN/Registration #: 12977 8130 RR0001
Special thanks to United Way and City of Burnaby for their support of our programs and services