How can we help?

Jan 25, 2023

Our Outreach Program provides relevant and evolving supports based on our understanding of victimization, the dynamics of domestic violence; our ability to work within confidentiality guidelines, our knowledge and experience working in the Family Court system, Criminal Court (sexual assaults) brings a qualified, experienced history of working with diverse populations and our ability to provide culturally relevant services.


Through a trained trauma informed response, we are committed to ensuring  safelty, essential needs are in place, connection to therapeutic and/or legal supports if required, an aware of their rights  with ongoing monitoring of risk and safety through an established trust connection.  As needs shift, so do our supports, as ‘together’ we travel the journey of healing and hope with our clients; navigating them through systemic supports and celebrating their courageous success!

  • Clare’s Law with provincial training via consensual, confidential referrals to our office, we provide tangible and trauma informed supports if your partner has a history of domestic violence, stalking or harassment, breaches of no contact orders, other relevant acts that could put your safety at risk.
  • Court Supports along with family court supports we will provide customized co-parenting education tools; access to ‘Parenting After Separation’ required for family court (free) and Alberta Domestic Violence class beginning at $24/4hr class with more training accessible if required, certificates provided and  recognized by Court. If internet access is a problem, options will be available through our office.
  • Little Warriors “Prevent It! Taking Action to Stop Child Sexual Abuse workshop presentations available locally at our Westlock office, eliminating geographical barriers.
  • “It’s Not Right” Partnering with AEAAC Alberta Elders Abuse Awareness Council and Canadian Network for Prevention of Elder Abuse, we facilitate workshops and lobby for increased awareness for the dignity, equality and safety of our older adults.
  • Rainbows Program Helping children cope with grief and loss peer support through a court approved peer support program.
  • SPCA ‘PetSafekeeping Program’ temporary shelter / medical care for pets of domestic violence victims who need to escape their abusive situations
  • GRIT GROUP (Growth/Resilience/Integrity/Tenacity) Women’s trauma/peer supports as together, we educate, empower, equip and encourage each other to move beyond abuse.