NSDP and the Emergency Sexual Assault Services team have launched an anonymous online survey surrounding sexual assault. This survey will collect knowledge and insights from people who have expereinced a sexual assault in northern BC. ESAS hopes to use the survey feedback to collaborate with responding systems to address gaps and oversights and ensure that responses for victims feel as safe, private, comfortable and representative as possible. If you or someone you know has experienced a sexual assault in Northern BC, please consider this survey. Victims/survivors have a wealth of knowlege about the experience and the system and their voice is valuable in making changes that translate into real safety improvements and better supports. The survey is fully anonymous and available HERE
Now Hiring!!!NSDP is hiring support workers for our new transition house and second stage housing units in Hazelton, BC.
Indigenous Tools for Living: Strengthening Our Gifts as Service ProvidersNorthern Society for Domestic Peace is grateful to be stewarding Indigenous Tools for Living: Strengthening Our Gifts as Service Providers this coming December, 2022.
NSDP receives donation of new vehicleNSDP wants to extend our heartfelt gratitude to Pretium Resources for their generous donation of a new vehicle to transport women and children safely.
AGM 2021 Reminder
NSDP hiring for Smithers CRN
We’re Building in Smithers!!If you are a local subcontractor, trades person or building company please follow the link to our tender documents.
2020 AGMEmail us to receive an invite to this year's AGM
NSDP Prepares to Re-open SlowlyAs we prepare to move into phase 2, we are building a multi-level return-to-work safety plan. While our office is still closed to the public, we are taking many precautions and preparing to open our doors in the coming weeks. Please stay tuned as
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Notice regarding changes in services due to COVID-19In an effort to reduce health risks associated with COVID-19 and still continue to support our clients we are limiting some of our counselling services. We will only be providing tele-counselling, crisis intervention, referral and resource
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NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING -
NSDP Travels to Western Forestry Contractor Association’s 2020 ConferenceNSDP traveled to The Western Forestry Contractor Association's (WFCA) 2020 conference in Prince George to give a presentation on sexual assault and harassment in tree planting camps on January 29-30.
New Housing FAQThe Northern Society for Domestic Peace is preparing to build 12 units of safe supportive housing next to our Passage Transition House. This project will house women and children who are rebuilding their lives after leaving violence or family
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B.C. tree planters get training in sex assault prevention at remote camps
Campus/Camp Security PresentationsNSDP is putting on presentations for high school students who are going on to University for the first time. These presentations are educating students on sexual harassment and assault.
Cell Phone Donation DriveA poster is circulating in northern communities associating the Soldiers of Odin with NSDP's cell phone donation drive for women experiencing domestic violence. NSDP has no relationship with the Soldiers of Odin and is not working with the group on
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campusassault.caNSDP has launched a new website for university/college students
MIGHTY LADYBUGSThis spring NSDP will be raising money for our violence-prevention programs by selling ladybugs to local gardeners for natural aphid and pest control.
Prevention of Violence Against Women WeekApril 15-21 is Prevention of Violence Against Women Week and Northern Society for Domestic Peace staff will be hanging out at Bugwood Bean raising awareness of the rights of women and girls to live free from violence and abuse.
Looking For Men For Mz.Judged 2018NSDP is again embarking on the fundraiser Mz. Judged and is looking for Men willing to volunteer for a good cause.
A special thank you to the SOAR 2017 Girl Guides
Senior’s Night OutNSDP and the BCCRN are hosting the second Smithers Senior's Night Out this July
Campus Security Public PresentationThis public presentation looks at sexual assault on post-secondary campuses. Wednesday May 31st 2017 at Northwest Community College 7:30pm - 9:30 pm Ages 16 +
Prevention of Violence Against Women WeekIn honour of Prevention of Violence Against Women Week, NSDP wants to recognize the unsung heroes who step have stepped up to intervene or speak out about violence against women. Contact us to nominate your unsung hero for the chance to win a
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MZ JUDGED 2016 - Saturday November 5thComing up on November 5th is our exciting Mz. Judged 2016 pageant. Check out our awesome participants and support them in supporting Domestic Peace.
Seniors Night OutA free dinner and entertainment event for Smithers seniors to get out, visit with friends and neighbours and enjoy a hearty meal and music.
Pay It Forward Day - April 28, 2016Take part in a "Conspiracy of Kindness" and Pay It Forward. The goal is to have 3000 acts of kindness on one day in the Bulkley Valley.
Strengthening Families Facilitator TrainingOne day training taking place on April 25th, 2016.
Stirred, not Shaken : An Event For Men : April 21, 2016with facilitator: David Hatfield M.Ed.
International Women’s Day - March 8, 2016
Be More Than A Bystander Presentation.(click for more information) March, 2nd and 3rd: Retired BC Lions, JR LaRose will be presenting in Hazelton, Gitsegukla, Smithers and Moricetown.
Anti Bullying DayFebruary 24th 2016 Wear Pink to Support Anti-Bullying Day!
Pancake SupperPlease join the Anglican Church for a Pancake Supper by donation. Tuesday, February 9th 2016 5pm- 7pm Proceeds from the supper will be given to Passage Transition House.
New WebsiteThe Northern Society for Domestic Peace (NSDP) is a non-profit, comprehensive multiservice social programs agency, located in rural Northwest British Columbia. Although the main offices are in Smithers, some services and programs are also offered in
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