About the Amata Transition House Society

The Amata Transition House Society is funded by the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General and BC Housing Management Commission. The Society also receives donations from the community and from the Provincial Employees Community Services Fund.

Mission Statement

We encourage responsive change and growth through collaboration. We strive to empower, educate and advocate for a diverse, open and equitable society, by creating a safe, comfortable, supportive environment for women and children.

Statement of ​Feminist Principles

That women’s and children’s safety is first and foremost. That all persons are equal while recognizing that women and children have historically been oppressed. That we have a commitment to action, both political and personal, toward creating change with and for women, as well as a commitment to identify violence against women and to recognize violence beyond sanctioned, dominant societal perceptions.

Vision Statement

We visualize a society free from violence of any form, where individuals achieve their potential with all the support they may require.

Career Opportunities

We offer a wide range of exciting career opportunities for talented individuals looking to join our team. We believe in fostering growth and development, and providing a dynamic and inclusive work environment. See below for current opportunities.