British Columbia

End Abuse Programs 

When the one you loves abuses you, a part of you is lost. Dealing with the fear, confusion, embarrassment and anger can leave women into isolation and hopelessness.

"When Love Hurts" Program

Through our women's support groups, "When Love Hurts" brings women experiencing abuse out of isolation, letting them experience healing and regain hope.

"I'm WAY stronger and I know signs of abuse. I don't think I'll make the same mistakes."

- "When Love Hurts" women support group participant.

End Abuse Brochure 

Home Improvement Program

MCC BC is pleased to offer a program of support for men who wish to learn healthier ways of being in a relationship.

"The group sharing was very powerful."

- Home Improvement Program participant.

Home Improvement Brochure       Home - A Safe Place for All

The Home Improvement program is supported by: 

To find out more about MCC’s End Abuse programs, including When Love Hurts and Home Improvement, please contact the program coordinator at 1-604-850-6639, toll-free 1-888-622-6337 , or by email at




In Manitoba, MCC's Abuse Response and Prevention Program:

  • Serves as a resource to faith communities and individuals by promoting positive family life and empowering individuals and groups to respond effectively to domestic violence and abuse
  • Seeks justice by proclaiming Christ’s message of healing and hope
  • Offers a safe place to those who have been wounded by abuse
  • Provides help for those who have behaved abusively and wish to take responsibility for their actions

Raising awareness about abuse through:

  • Workshops and presentations
  • Written and audiovisual materials (brochures, booklets, information packets and library)
  • Worship resources

Providing assistance to individuals, families and churches grappling with abuse by offering

  • Support groups
  • Consultations regarding specific situations
  • Referrals to affiliated agencies
  • Practical tools for abuse prevention which include promotion of healthy relationships and safety in homes and churches