men in change

About Men in Change

We offer two programs to support men who want to avoid violence and take a step toward healthier relationships. Each program will focus on helping participants to:

  • Learn constructive ways to deal with conflict
  • Identify personal triggers
  • Develop stress management skills and strategies
  • Move past aggression, to identify and express a fuller range of emotions
  • Learn about the things that contribute to domestic violence
  • Learn to identify signs of risk in order to prevent violence

Programs Available

Individual or Group-Based

A trained counsellor will help men, through education and support, become aware of how they currently react in their relationships. Understanding and awareness help participants take responsibility for their actions and prevent the mistreatment of their partners and families.

Group meetings take place in the evening and individual counselling in the daytime.

Languages supported: English and Spanish. Interpreters may be used for additional languages.

This 17-week group-treatment program is available for men referred by their probation officers. Once assessed and accepted to the program, attendance and participation are mandatory as part of the terms of probation.

Languages supported: Groups are facilitated in English. Interpretation services are provided as needed.

Surround yourself with people who are only going to lift you higher.Anonymous
The Men in Change program is available to men who want to take a step toward healthier relationships. To apply to the program, or to make a referral, contact:

Guillermo Comesana, gcomesana@mosaicbc.org or 604-254-9626.

Monday to Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm are regular business hours. Group sessions take place on weekday evenings.

The Men in Change Community Program is funded by the Ministry of Children and Family Development. The RVPP-CE is made available thanks to the funding of the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General.

Government-of-BC