24-hour help

Call 911 if you or someone you know is in immediate danger. Family violence is a crime.

Family Violence Info Line: 310-1818 to get help anonymously in more than 170 languages or find other supports.

Family violence includes physical, verbal, emotional, financial and sexual abuse, neglect, stalking or being kept from seeing other people or forced to stay in one place.

Helpline cards

Family Violence Information Line – business card (PDF, 288 KB)

Safer Spaces – business card (PDF, 223 KB)

Publications

COVID-19 resources

Family violence during COVID-19 (Resource is available in multiple languages)

Abuse of persons with disabilities

Abuse of Persons with Disabilities

Child abuse

Child Abuse/Children Exposed to Family Violence

Elder abuse

Preventing Abuse of Older Adults

Spousal or partner abuse

Abuse in Same-Sex and LGBTQ Relationships

Dating Abuse

Men Abused by Women in Intimate Relationships

Women Abused in Intimate Relationships

Substance abuse and family violence

Family Violence and Substance Use: What’s the Connection?

If There’s Drinking, Drugs or Violence at Home: What Youth Can Do

Support and prevention

Aboriginal Journey to Healing

Creating a Culture of Support: Alberta’s Protection Against Family Violence Act

Family Violence and the Workplace

Family Violence: What You Need to Know

Know Your Rights: Alberta’s Protection Against Family Violence Act

Sexual Harassment in Sport and Recreation

Strategies for Safety: Considerations for Individuals Experiencing Family Violence

What Faith Communities Can Do About Family Violence

What is a Healthy Relationship?

What Schools Can do About Child Abuse and Children Exposed to Family Violence

What the Health Care Community Can Do About Family Violence

Translated publications and audio