Recommended Websites

Resources

Recommended Websites

Family Violence Information Line in Alberta 780-310-1818 

Service offers:

  • a 24 Hour, toll free helpline in Alberta for anyone experiencing family violence or abuse, or who knows someone that has questions about family violence

Support includes:

  • referrals to family violence programs, resources, and services
  • staff trained to respond to crisis situations

Alberta Justice and Solicitor General

Domestic Violence Guideline (2008) and Handbook (2014) by Alberta Justice and Solicitor General”

Downloadable Handbook (157 pages) is for Police and Crown Prosecutors in Alberta. Guideline is a simplified explanation.  Explains legal action in Domestic Violence.

https://justice.alberta.ca/programs_services/criminal_pros/crown_prosecutor/Pages/domestic_violence_guideline.aspx


Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters

The Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters is a province-wide, voluntary organization supporting women’s shelters and their partners through education, research and services for the benefit of abused women and their children.

http://www.acws.ca


Government of Canada, Department of Justice

This website gives lots of information in short paragraphs.  Lots of different topics are covered with suggestions for follow-up.  Might need other web pages to find specific resources in your community, but you will know what to ask for.

http://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/cj-jp/fv-vf/help-aide.html


Public Health Agency of Canada

Stop Family Violence  is presented by Canada’s Family Violence Initiative, which brings together 15 federal government departments and agencies to prevent and respond to family violence.

http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/sfv-avf/index-eng.php

 

Edmonton Dream Centre

The centre offers a residential program for women coming from crisis situations. The program provides a process to bring healing and change to women in distress.

http://edmontondreamcentre.ca/


 

RAVE:  Religion and Violence E-Learning

An educational website that seeks to equip religious leaders to respond compassionately to domestic violence; to walk alongside victims and survivors on their journey towards healing and wholeness; and to hold abusers accountable for their actions, while offering hope for a transformed life.

RAVE: Religion and Violence E-Learning

 


FaithTrust Institute

FaithTrust Institute represents people from many faith traditions, cultures, and racial groups committed to gender equality and the empowerment of women, youth and children.They collaborate to develop and promote resources which promote safety, justice and healing with a view to ending sexual and domestic violence.

FaithTrust Institute

 


Christians for Biblical Equality

Christians for Biblical Equality (CBE) is a nonprofit organization of Christian men and women who believe that the Bible, properly interpreted, teaches the fundamental equality of men and women of all ethnic groups, all economic classes, and all age groups, based on the teachings of Scriptures.

Christians for Biblical Equality