Little Warriors

Alberta Resources

To report concerns for the safety and well-being of a child please call Alberta’s Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-387-KIDS (5437), 24 hours, 7 days a week.

Police emergency is 911

Law Society of Alberta 1-800-661-1095
General Information: When a caller contacts the Law Society of Alberta the caller will be provided with three telephone numbers to three separate lawyers that the Society believes may be able to assist them. The caller will be given a half hour free consultation. If one of these three lawyers cannot assist the caller, the caller can dial the 1-800 number back again and obtain three new names. For more information you can click here.
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Airdrie

Calgary and Area Child and Family Services Authority of Alberta
General Information: To report concerns for the safety and well-being of a child 24 hours a day, 7 days a week call 1-800-387-KIDS (5437).

The responsibilities of the Calgary and Area Child and Family Services Authority of Alberta is assessing needs, setting priorities, planning, allocating resources, and managing the provision of services to children, families and other community members in the region, ensuring that children and families have reasonable access to quality services, ensuring that provincial policies and standards are followed in the region, monitoring and assessing the provision of child and family services, working with other CFSAs, public and private bodies, and government to coordinate services for children and families. For more information please click here.

Child and Family Services - Airdrie/Bow Valley
100, 209 Centre Avenue SW
Business: (403) 912-4758

Airdrie RCMP
Business: (403) 948-5911

Assumption / Rainbow Lake

Assumption/Rainbow Lake RCMP
Business: (780) 321-3753

Athabasca

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-675-6870

Athabasca RCMP
Business: (780) 675-4252

Atikameg

Kee Tas Kee Now KTC
Business: 780-767-2116

Banff/Canmore

Child Abuse Hotline
Toll Free: 1-800-387-5437

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-609-6414

Children’s Services Crisis Unit
Toll Free: 1-800-638-0715 (24 hours, 7 days/week)

R.C.M.P. (Banff)
911/Business: 403-762-2226

R.C.M.P. (Canmore)
911/Business: 403-678-5516

Banff Mental Health Services
Business: 403-762-2990

Canmore Mental Health Services
Business: 403-678-4696

Bow Valley Victim Services
Business: 403-760-0197

Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse (CCASA)
24 Hour Support and Information Line: (403) 237 - 5888
24 Hour Toll Free (in Alberta): 1-877-237-5888
General Information: CCASA offers a wide range of programming including crisis intervention and counselling. Please click here for more information.

Connect Family & Sexual Abuse Network
Toll Free: 1-877-237-5888
Local: 403-237-5888  
http://www.connectnetwork.ca/    

Family and Community Support Services (FCSS)     
Business: 403-609-3743 (Canmore) 
Business: 403-762-1251 (Banff)

Kids Help Line
1-800-668-6868

Wood’s Homes: Canmore
Toll Free 24/7 Community Resource Team: 1-800-563-6106
If you are having a problem within your family, or otherwise and don't know what to do, please call. A counsellor is available to speak with you.
Business: (403) 678-9484
General Information: Wood’s Homes is a community owned and operated children’s mental health centre based in Calgary. Some key services include counselling services at no cost and a community resource team that provides 24/7 telephone assistance and mobile crisis response, a program that provides a short (up to 30 days) timeout for families who are experiencing great difficulties or a crisis to name a few. For more information please click here.

Y.W.C.A.
24 Hour Crisis Line: 403-266-0707
General Information: 403-266-4111

Urgent walk-in counselling is offered at both the Canmore and Banff hospitals - check the hours beforehand

Barrhead

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-674 – 8321

Barrhead RCMP/Barrhead Victim Services
Business: (780) 674-4848
Fax: (780) 674-2061
hartel@telus.net

Bashaw

Bashaw RCMP
Business: (780) 372-3593

Bassano

Bassano RCMP/Bassano Victim Services
Business: (403) 641-3684

Beaverlodge

Beaverlodge RCMP/Beaverlodge Victim Services
Business: (780) 354-2955
Fax: (780) 354-8207
bernadine.mcpherson@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Beiseker

Beiseker RCMP
Business: (403) 947-3496

Blairmore

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-562-3285

Bonnyville

Bonnyville RCMP
Business: (780) 826-3350 / (780) 826-6123 (Victim Service Unit)
Fax: (780) 826-3533
victims@telus.net

Bow Island

Bow Island RCMP/Bow Island Victim Services
Business: (403) 545-2784
Fax: (403) 545-6469
cprunkle@telus.net

Boyle

Boyle RCMP
Business: (403) 689-3622
Fax: (780) 689-2560

Breton

Breton RCMP
Business: (780) 696-3502 (24 hour line) / (780) 696-3919 (Victim Service Unit)
Fax: (780) 696-2129
gloria.schwartz@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Brocket

Peigan/Piikani
Business: 403-965-2390

Brocket RCMP/Brocket Victim Services
Business: (403) 965-2000

Brooks

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-362-1284

Bassano RCMP
Business: (403) 641-3684
Fax: (403) 641-4516

Brooks RCMP
Business: (403) 362-5535

Buffalo Lake

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-689-5562

Calgary

Access Mental Health
Business: 403-943-1500 Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
mental.health@albertahealthservices.ca
General Information: Single session Mental Health walk-in therapy available. South Calgary Health Centre, 2nd Floor 31 Sunpark Plaza, SE Calgary T2X 3W5, Mon-Thurs 4-7pm, Sun 12-3pm. No referral, appointment or fee required.

Anorexics and Bulimics Anonymous (ABA)
General Service Office: 780-6355
General Information: Anorexics and Bulimics Anonymous is a fellowship of individuals whose primary purpose is to find and maintain recovery in our eating practices, and to help others gain recovery. ABA is not affiliated with any other 12-step fellowship or outside organization. There are no dues or fees for ABA membership; we are self supporting through our own contributions. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop unhealthy eating practices. For more information on ABA or meetings in your area please click
here.

Awo Taan Healing Lodge
Crisis Line: (403) 531-1972 or (403) 531-1976
Healing Circles: (403) 531-1970 ext. 205 or 215
Business: (403) 531-1970 ext. 200
Fax: (403) 531-1977
General Information: The Awo Taan Healing Lodge provides services and programs to women and children from all cultures, who have suffered from family violence and all forms of abuse, in a uniquely Aboriginal atmosphere. For more information click here.

Calgary and Area Child and Family Services Authority of Alberta
General Information: To report concerns for the safety and well-being of a child 24 hours a day, 7 days a week call 1-800-387-KIDS (5437).

The responsibilities of the Calgary and Area Child and Family Services Authority of Alberta is assessing needs, setting priorities, planning, allocating resources, and managing the provision of services to children, families and other community members in the region, ensuring that children and families have reasonable access to quality services, ensuring that provincial policies and standards are followed in the region, monitoring and assessing the provision of child and family services, working with other CFSAs, public and private bodies, and government to coordinate services for children and families. For more information please click here.

Aboriginal Services on 4th
9th Floor, TGS Place 1520 4th Street SW
Business: (403) 297-6677

Aboriginal Services on 10th
2nd Floor, 1021 10th Avenue SW
Business: (403) 297-4376

Child and Family Services- Bowness
Unit 200, 7930 Bowness Road NW
Business: (403) 297-2600

Child and Family Services- Dover
3551 52 Street SE
Business: (403) 297-5818

Child and Family Services- Forest Lawn
138-1830 52 Street SE
Business: (403) 297-5397

Child and Family Services- Hunterhorn
576 64th Avenue NE
Business: (403) 297-4685

Child and Family Services- McKnight
101 - 5112 47 Street NE
Business: (403) 297-8088

Child and Family Services- South Calgary
60 - 10233 Elbow Drive SW
Business: (403) 297-6240

Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse (CCASA)
Suite 700, 910 7th Avenue SW
24 Hour Support and Information Line: (403) 237 - 5888
24 Hour Toll Free (in Alberta): 1-877-237-5888
General Information: CCASA is the primary sexual assault and sexual abuse crisis and education service provider for Calgary and surrounding areas. CCASA offers a wide range of programming including crisis intervention and counselling; 24 hour support and information line; Calgary Sexual Assault Response Team; information nights; group counselling; and the Police and Court Education and Support Program free of charge. Please click here for more information.

Calgary Connecteen
Business: 403.264.TEEN
www.calgaryconnecteen.com
Provides  24 hour confidential teen support.

Calgary Counselling Centre
Business: (403) 691-5991 (The Nexen Call Centre)
Fax: (403) 265-8886
General Information: Calgary Counselling Centre is a charitable organization committed to providing compassionate, professional, and affordable counselling services to Calgarians. For more information please click here.

The Calgary SCOPE Society
#400, 2323 32 Avenue, NE
Business: (403) 509-0200
General Information: The Calgary SCOPE Society works with people who have disabilities, their family and friends and other community members. Counselling may include individuals, couples, and family members. Services are provided at no cost to individuals who qualify for Persons with Developmental Disabilities funding or Individualized funding. Referrals may be self-refer. For more information please click here.

Calgary Women's Emergency Shelter
24 Hour Family Violence Helpline: (403) 234-SAFE (7233)
Business: (403) 290-1552
General Information: The Calgary Women's Emergency Shelter offers shelter for women and their children along with many free programs to stop family violence. Click here to learn more.

Canniff and Associates Psychological & Support Services
Toll Free: 1-800-CANNIFF (226-6433)
1100 8th Avenue SW, Suite 400, Calgary, AB
General Information: Canniff & Associates’ Psychologists provide a wide range of therapeutic services, which may include individual, couple and family counselling, as well as educational, parenting, socio-emotional, personal risk, learning disabilities, vocational and neuropsychological assessments. They also offer consultation services pertaining to Custody and Access, file reviews and second opinions, and employee selection and termination. A variety of groups are offered on an as-needed basis, which may include anger management, self-esteem building, teen sexuality, gender identity issues, depression, grieving and loss, survivors of sexual abuse, sexual offender groups and women’s psychology groups. For more information please click here.
Fee: Rates vary from $125-$200/hr, with group rates generally being $50 per session. Also approved by Children's Services in various regions.

Connect Family and Sexual Abuse Network
24 Hour Support Line: (403) 237-5888
24 Hour Toll Free (in Alberta): 1-877-237-5888
General Information: Connect is a service for people who have big and small questions about relationships and experiences. Their goal is to help people recognize unhealthy relationships and abuse in all its forms. Click here to learn more.

Crisis Unit 24 hours/day 7 days/week
Business: 403-297-2995

Distress Centre
Our crisis and information lines are available 24 hours, free of charge: Main Crisis & Addictions Line: (403) 266-1605
Teen Line: (403) 264-TEEN / 8336
Drug Line: (403) 269-DRUG / 3784
Men’s Line: (403) 266-HELP / 4357
Seniors’ Line: (403) 264-7700
OUT IS OK Line: 1-877-OUT IS OK / 1-877-688-4765
Suicide Prevention Line (South AB 403 area code): 1-800-SUICIDE / 1-800-784-2433
Information and Referral: 211 Family Violence Info Line: (403) 310-1818

The following phone numbers are available during regular business hours, Monday to Friday:
Main Administration Line: (403) 266-1601
Volunteer Program: (403) 266-1634
Teen Office: (403) 264-8337
www.distresscentre.com
info@distresscentre.ab.ca

HomeFront Calgary
24-Hour Connect Family & Sexual Abuse Network: (403) 237-5888
Business: (403) 206-2100
Fax: (403) 206-2106
General Information: HomeFront is an internationally recognized, research validated, leading edge, coordinated community-justice response to domestic violence. Working with the justice, law enforcement and the community, HomeFront shares a common vision and goal to reduce domestic violence in Calgary. For more information please click here.

Legal Aid Alberta (LLA)
Toll Free: 1-866-845-3425
Business: (403) 297-2260
Fax: (403) 297-2232
General Information: Legal Aid Alberta provides more than just provides clients with a lawyer, but works to channel clients into the appropriate stream of legal service, ensuring the best possible services is provided for their specific need/situation. Based on legal issues and financial eligibility, clients are eligible to receive services that include, referrals, information, legal advice and/or brief services and/or limited scope or full representation. For more information please click here.

Wood’s Homes
Toll Free 24/7 Community Resource Team: 1-800-563-6106
If you are having a problem within your family, or otherwise and don't know what to do, please call. A counsellor is available to speak with you.

Parkdale Campus, 805 37 Street NW
Business: (403) 270-4102

Bowness Campus, 9400 48 Avenue NW
Business: (403) 6751

Eastside Family Centre, 255, 495 36 Street NE
Business: (403) 299-9696

General Information: Wood’s Homes is a community owned and operated children’s mental health centre based in Calgary. Some key services include counselling services at no cost and a community resource team that provides 24/7 telephone assistance and mobile crisis response, a program that provides a short (up to 30 days) timeout for families who are experiencing great difficulties or a crisis to name a few. For more information please click here.

Camrose

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-608-1800

Camrose RCMP
Business: (780) 672-3341

Camrose Women's Shelter Society
24 Hour Crisis Line: 1-877-672-1010 or (780) 672-1035
Business: (780) 679-4975
General Information: The Camrose Women's Shelter is a non-profit organization which provides a safe place for women and children escaping violence in a crisis or homeless. Program and services include emergency shelter, information groups on family violence, supportive counselling, advocacy and referral, family support and childcare, an on-site school program for children K-9 and an outreach program for families after they leave the shelter. For more information please click here.

Canmore

Please see Banff/Canmore for local resources.

Cardston

Cardston RCMP/Cardston Victim Services
Business: (403) 653-4932
Fax: (403) 653-1720
george.verghese@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Chestermere

Chestermere RCMP
Business: (403) 207-2818

Claresholm

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-652-8360

Claresholm RCMP
Business: (403) 625-4444

Cochrane

Cochrane RCMP
Business: (403) 932-2211

Cold Lake

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-639-6136

Cold Lake RCMP/Cold Lake Victim Services
Business: (780) 594-3302
Fax: (780) 594-4900
vdzee@telus.net

Dr. Margaret Savage Crisis Center
Business: (780) 594-3353

Consort

Consort RCMP
Business: (403) 577-3000

Coronation

Coronation RCMP
Business: (403) 578-3622

Crowsnest

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-562-3285

Crowsnest RCMP
Business: (403) 562-2866

Desmarais

Desmarais RCMP
Business: (780) 891-3765

Devon

Devon RCMP
Business: (780) 987-3414
Fax: (780) 987-4343

Didsbury

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-335-7660

Didsbury RCMP
Business: (403) 335-3382
Fax: (403) 335-3853

Drayton Valley

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-621-4021

Drayton Valley RCMP
Business: (780) 542-7009
Fax: (780) 542-9303
jean.m.wlliams@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Drumheller

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-823-1767

Drumheller RCMP
Business: (403) 823-2630

Hanna RCMP
Business: (403) 854-3393
Fax: (403) 854-4857

Oyen RCMP
Business: (403) 664-3505
Fax: (403) 664-2075

East Prairie

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-523-6717

Edmonton

Aboriginal Initiatives
Business: 780-427-1651

Anorexics and Bulimics Anonymous (ABA)
General Service Office: 780-6355
General Information: Anorexics and Bulimics Anonymous is a fellowship of individuals whose primary purpose is to find and maintain recovery in our eating practices, and to help others gain recovery. ABA is not affiliated with any other 12-step fellowship or outside organization. There are no dues or fees for ABA membership; we are self supporting through our own contributions. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop unhealthy eating practices. For more information on ABA or meetings in your area please click here.

Canniff and Associates Psychological & Support Services
Toll Free: 1-800-CANNIFF (226-6433)
Business: (780) 453-1873
11503 124 Street, Edmonton, AB
General Information: Canniff & Associates’ Psychologists provide a wide range of therapeutic services, which may include individual, couple and family counselling, as well as educational, parenting, socio-emotional, personal risk, learning disabilities, vocational and neuropsychological assessments. They also offer consultation services pertaining to Custody and Access, file reviews and second opinions, and employee selection and termination. A variety of groups are offered on an as-needed basis, which may include anger management, self-esteem building, teen sexuality, gender identity issues, depression, grieving and loss, survivors of sexual abuse, sexual offender groups and women’s psychology groups. For more information please click here.
Fee: Rates vary from $125-$200/hr, with group rates generally being $50 per session. Also approved by Children's Services in various regions.

Child and Family Services
General Information: To report concerns for the safety and well-being of a child 24 hours a day, 7 days a week call 1-800-387-KIDS (5437).

Local Neighbourhood Offices are involved with reporting, assessing and investigating concerns surrounding a child or youth's safety and wellbeing. They also provide ongoing case management for children, youth and families in need of Child Intervention Services. They can also help with, connecting to community resources and parenting supports, accessing information about Prevention and Early Intervention Services, accessing and obtaining information about financial supports including Family Support for Children with Disabilities Program, Child Care Subsidy Program, Child and Youth Support Program and Supports for Permanency Program or assisting with obtaining guardianship of a family member in need. For more information you can click here.

Edmonton & Area Child and Family Services has 15 local offices which are points of entry for children, youth and families to access a variety of services.

Child and Family Services- Central Office
Main Floor, 11714 95 Street
Business: 780-415-9619

Child and Family Services- East Office East Edmonton Health Centre
2nd Floor, 7910 112 Avenue
Business: 780-422-1467

Child and Family Services - East Rundle Centre
3341 118 Avenue
Business: 780-427-6440

Child and Family Services- Energy Square
800, 10109 106 Street
Business: 780-427-2578

Child and Family Services- North Central Office
9720 135 Avenue
Business: 780-415-6012

Child and Family Services- North East Office
14075 Victoria Trail
Business: 780-422-2112

Child and Family Services- South East Office
214 Tawa Centre, 3017 66 Street
Business: 780-422-4060

Child and Family Services- South West Office
3058 106 Street
Business: 780-427-3172

Child and Family Services- West Central Office
5th Floor, Parkington Plaza
10408 124 Street
Business: 780-427-0804

Child and Family Services - Old Strathcona
10320 81 Avenue
Business: 780-427-5763

Child and Family Services - Belmead Office
105, 8944 182 Street
Business: 780-415-8490 or 780-415-1844

Cornerstone Counselling Centre
Business: (780) 482-6215
General Information: Cornerstone Counselling Centre provides professional counselling to children, families and individuals in Edmonton and area. Their fee schedule is based on a sliding scale with verification of income. Their address is 10140 117 Street, Edmonton, AB. For more information please click here.

The Counselling Centre / University of Alberta
1-135 Education North Building
Business: (780) 792-3746
General Information: The Counselling Centre accepts referrals for individual, marriage and career counselling for adults, in addition to family therapy and play therapy for children. The Counselling Centre provides specialized services for a wide range of issues and clientele, spanning preschool to the elderly. Referrals are accepted from any source on a first-come first-served basis. Counselling services are normally not available between May and August. One-time registration fees apply. For more information please click here.

The Family Centre
#20, 9912 106 Street
Business: (780) 423-2831
General Information: The Family Centre offers a wide range of programs and services to individuals, families and workplaces including family, individual, couple and group counselling; support for parents of sexually abused children; support for adult survivors of childhood abuse, etc. Programs are provided on a fee for service basis. Many of their services are subsidized and they are pleased to offer sliding scale options for those who qualify. For more information please click here.

Today Family Violence Help Centre
#301, 11456 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta
Business: (780) 455-6880
Afterhours: (780) 482-4357 (HELP)
General Information: Today Family Violence Help Centre works to provide Edmonton residents with information and supports on how to keep safe, about his or her rights, available help and the court system. The Help Centre is for anyone in an abusive relationship, who has left one, or is trying to leave. For more information please click here.

Ms. Doreen Paula Foy M.Sc.
500, Princeton Place, 10339 124 Street
Business: (780) 420-6555
Email: foyd@shaw.ca
General Information and Areas of Expertise include, but are not limited to: Abuse adult: emotional, physical/adult: sexual/child: emotional, neglect, physical/child: sexual; Anxiety; Critical incident intervention; Depression; Dissociative disorders; EMDR; Family issues/Parenting; Obsessive Compulsive Disorder; Phobias; Posttraumatic stress disorders; Psychotherapy couple/marital relationship/family/group/individual: adolescent/individual: adult/individual: child/play therapy; Sexual identity.
Age: All
Fee: $170/hr Flexibility on rate may be provided if a client does not have a health plan to cover the fee.

James Battle & Associates - Dr. James Battle Ph.D./U of AB
1102, 10235 124 Street NW
Toll-Free: 1-800-463-9144
Business: (780) 488-1362
Email: jbattle@telusplanet.net
General Information and Areas of Expertise include, but are not limited to: Abuse adult: emotional, physical/adult: sexual/child: sexual; Affective disorders; Child management; Depression; Dissociative disorders; Offenders Violent; Personality disorders; Posttraumatic stress disorders; Psychotherapy. For more information please click here.
Particular Client / Patient Characteristics:   Aboriginal/First Nations, Victims of Crime, People with Disabilities
Age: 6-12, 13-17, 18-64
Fee: $200/hour

Kids Kottage
24-Hour Crisis Line: (780) 944-2888
Business: (780) 488-1752
General Information: Kids Kottage offers programs and services to families who are in crisis or who need respite. Programs include the Crisis Nursery program which offers emergency respite to families in crisis by admitting their infants and children up to 11 years of age for up to 72 hours free of charge. For more information about Kids Kottage please click here.

Legal Aid Alberta (LLA)
Toll Free: 1-866-845-3425
Business: (780) 427-7575
Fax: (780) 427-5909
General Information: Legal Aid Alberta provides more than just provides clients with a lawyer, but works to channel clients into the appropriate stream of legal service, ensuring the best possible services is provided for their specific need/situation. Based on legal issues and financial eligibility, clients are eligible to receive services that include, referrals, information, legal advice and/or brief services and/or limited scope or full representation. For more information please click here.

Métis Settlements Central
Business: 780-427-1033

RCMP “K” Division
Business: (780) 412-5309
Fax: (780) 412-5403

Dr. Alfred J. Riediger Ph.D.
39 Commonwealth Building, 9912 106 Street, Edmonton, AB
Business: (403) 428-9223
Email: a.riediger@archpsychological.com
General Information and Areas of Expertise include, but are not limited to: Abuse adult: emotional, physical/adult: sexual/child: emotional, neglect, physical/child: sexual; Affective disorders; Anxiety: Depression; Dissociative disorders; Offenders Sexual/Violent: Phobias; Posttraumatic stress disorders.
Age: All
Fee: Group $60/person, Individual $180/50 minute session

Saffron Centre Ltd.
Toll Free: 1-888-416-7722
Business: (780) 449-0900
Fax: (780) 416-2393
General Information: Located in Sherwood Park, the Saffron Centre offers therapy to persons who have been sexually assaulted or survived other traumas, and provides public education. Services can be obtained on a one-to-one or group basis, and therapy costs are based on a sliding scale. They assist in applications for funding to Victims of Crime, assist people to access the criminal justice system, and when appropriate, refer to other resources in the community. For more information please click here.

Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton (SACE)
24-Hour Sexual Assault Crisis Line: (780) 423-4121
Business: (780) 423-4102
General Information: SACE provides the following services without fees to clients, public education, 24-hour sexual assault crisis line, crisis intervention, individual and group counselling for females and males over the age of three and diversity outreach program including war rape. For more information please click here.

Sexual Assault Response Team of Edmonton
Business: (780) 422-7333 ext.251

Spiral Phoenix
Business: To book an appointment please call Tania Johnson at 780-908-5571.
General Information: 8925 - 118 Avenue, Edmonton, AB. There are two therapists are available who specialize in treating abused children (and youth if this is applicable).

University of Alberta Clinical Services Department of Educational Psychology
Business: (780) 492-3746
Address: 1-135 Education North Building, 87th Avenue (Between 112 St. and 114 St.)
General Information: The clinical services in the Faculty of Education provides high quality psychological services to community members in Edmonton and surrounding areas. Graduate students in Counselling and School Psychology receive excellent training and supervision, while providing low-cost counselling and assessment services. Clients are seen between September and April. Costs are as follows, Assessment: $500 per assessment (6 hours), Counselling: $250 per year, Vocational Testing/Counselling: $250 per assessment. In comparison the PAA recommended fee structure is as follows, $180 per hour for individual counselling, couples/family therapy, and play therapy. The University charges just $250 per year. Clients who have reduced financial resources will be able to apply for a fee reduction or waiver. For more information please call 780-492-3746.

University of Alberta Sexual Assault Centre
Business: (780) 492-9771
E-mail Address: sexualassaultcentre@ualberta.ca
General Information: The University of Alberta Sexual Assault Centre provides a safe place where unconditional support, confidentiality, respect, and advocacy are available for those affected by sexual assault. Services offered include drop-in, telephone or email counselling for survivors of sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, or intimate partner violence. Other services include support and information for supporters, referrals, accompaniment, resources and education presentations. All services are anonymous and free of charge. All genders are welcome. For more information please click here.

Yellowhead Tribal Services Agency (Alberta's Delegated First Nation Agency)
302, 17304 105 Avenue
Business: 780-481-7390
Bands: Alexis, Enoch, O'Chiese
General Information: First Nations agencies provide the full range of provincial child intervention services within the geographical boundaries of the Reserves of their respective member First Nations. For more information please click here.

Edson

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-723-8325

Edson RCMP/Edson Victim Services
Business: (780) 723-8813
Fax: (780) 723-8816
colleen.kimak@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Elk Point

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-645-6370

Elk Point RCMP
Business: (780) 724-3829

Evansburg

Evansburg RCMP
Business: (780) 727-4446

Fairview

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-835-7191

Chrysalis Support Group
Business: 780-835-5471
General Information: Support group for adults survivors of trauma and sexual abuse. Meet every Friday afternoon at 1:30pm in a space donated by Safety & Audit, 10316 109 Street. For more information please call The Family & Community Resource Centre at 780-835-5471.

Fairview RCMP
Business: (780) 835-4031

 

Faust

Faust RCMP
Business: (780) 355-3670
Fax: (780) 355-3730

Fishing Lake

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-943-8819

Flagstaff

Killam/Flagstaff RCMP Detachment
Business: (780) 385-3509
Fax: (780) 385-2442
andrea.bole@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Foremost

Foremost RCMP
Business: (403) 867-3545

Fort Chipewyan

Fort Chipewyan RCMP
Business: (780) 697-3665

Fort McLeod

Fort Macleod RCMP
Business: (403) 553-4406

Fort McMurray

Athabasca Tribal Council
Business: 780-713-3437

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-743-7416

Fort McMurray RCMP
Business: (780) 799-8850

Legal Aid Alberta (LAA)
Toll Free: 1-866-845-3425
Business: (780) 747-2300
Fax: (780) 790-9442
General Information: Legal Aid Alberta provides more than just provides clients with a lawyer, but works to channel clients into the appropriate stream of legal service, ensuring the best possible services is provided for their specific need/situation. Based on legal issues and financial eligibility, clients are eligible to receive services that include, referrals, information, legal advice and/or brief services and/or limited scope or full representation. For more information please click here.

Wood’s Homes: Fort McMurray
Toll Free 24/7 Community Resource Team: 1-800-563-6106
If you are having a problem within your family, or otherwise and don't know what to do, please call. A counsellor is available to speak with you.
Business: (780) 750-2252 
General Information: Wood’s Homes is a community owned and operated children’s mental health centre based in Calgary. Some key services include counselling services at no cost and a community resource team that provides 24/7 telephone assistance and mobile crisis response, a program that provides a short (up to 30 days) timeout for families who are experiencing great difficulties or a crisis to name a few. For more information please click here.

Fort Saskatchewan

Child and Family Services
General Information: To report concerns for the safety and well-being of a child 24 hours a day call 1-800-387-KIDS (5437)

Local Neighbourhood Offices are involved with reporting, assessing and investigating concerns surrounding a child or youth's safety and wellbeing. They also provide ongoing case management for children, youth and families in need of Child Intervention Services. They can also help with, connecting to community resources and parenting supports, accessing information about Prevention and Early Intervention Services, accessing and obtaining information about financial supports including Family Support for Children with Disabilities Program, Child Care Subsidy Program, Child and Youth Support Program and Supports for Permanency Program or assisting with obtaining guardianship of a family member in need. For more information you can click here.

Edmonton & Area Child and Family Services has 15 local offices which are points of entry for children, youth and families to access a variety of services.

Child and Family Services - Fort Saskatchewan Office
2nd Floor, 9401 86 Avenue
Business: 780-992-6700

Fort Saskatchewan RCMP/Fort Saskatchewan Victim Services
Business: (780) 992-6100

Fort Vermillion

Fort Vermillion RCMP
Business: (780) 927-3255

Fox Creek

Fox Creek RCMP/Fox Creek Victim Services
Business: (780) 622-7726
Fax: (780) 622-2200

Fox Lake

Fox Lake RCMP/Fox Lake Victim Services
Business: (780) 659-2080

Gift Lake

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-523-6717

Gleichen

Gleichen RCMP/Gleichen Victim Services
Business: (403) 734-3056
Fax: (403) 734-2770

Grande Cache

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-827-2245

Grande Cache RCMP
Business: (780) 827-2222

Grande Prairie

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-538-5122

Grande Prairie RCMP
Business: (780) 538-5755 / (780) 830-5755 (Victim Service Unit)
Fax: (780) 538-9398
heather.gallager@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Grande Prairie P.A.C.E. Crisis Line
Crisis: 1-888-377-3223
Business: (780) 539-6692
Fax: (780) 538-0960
http://grandeprairie.aasac.ca
pacegp@telus.net

Legal Aid Alberta (LAA)
Toll Free: 1-866-845-3425
Business: (780) 538-5470
Fax: (780) 538-2520
General Information: Legal Aid Alberta provides more than just provides clients with a lawyer, but works to channel clients into the appropriate stream of legal service, ensuring the best possible services is provided for their specific need/situation. Based on legal issues and financial eligibility, clients are eligible to receive services that include, referrals, information, legal advice and/or brief services and/or limited scope or full representation. For more information please click here.

PACE Sexual Assault Centre
Business: (780) 539-6692
Fax: (780) 538-0960
General Information: PACE provides crisis response, counselling and education. For more information please click here.

Western Cree Tribal
Business: (780) 532-3009
Fax: (780) 532-3339
General Information: The Western Cree Tribal Council is a dynamic community driven organization that is committed to providing quality services to its First Nation membership through innovative, culturally appropriate programming. For more information please click here.

Grimshaw

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-835-7191

Grimshaw RCMP/Grimshaw Prairie Victim Services
Business: (780) 332-4666
Fax: (780) 332-2444

High Level

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-926-4441

Little Red River Cree
Business: 780-659-2714

North Peace Tribal Council
Business: 780-926-3446

High Level RCMP/High Level Victim Services
Business: (780) 926-5000
Fax: (780) 926-3444
vsuhl@telus.net

High Prairie

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-652-8360

North West Métis Settlement
Business: 780-523-6717

High Prairie RCMP/High Prairie Victim Services
Business: (780) 523-3490
Fax: (780) 523-5232
victimhp@telus.net

High River

Calgary and Area Child and Family Services Authority of Alberta
General Information: To report concerns for the safety and well-being of a child 24 hours a day, 7 days a week call 1-800-387-KIDS (5437).

The responsibilities of the Calgary and Area Child and Family Services Authority of Alberta is assessing needs, setting priorities, planning, allocating resources, and managing the provision of services to children, families and other community members in the region, ensuring that children and families have reasonable access to quality services, ensuring that provincial policies and standards are followed in the region, monitoring and assessing the provision of child and family services, working with other CFSAs, public and private bodies, and government to coordinate services for children and families. For more information please click here.

Child and Family Services - High River
PO Box 5147, 129 4 Avenue 1st Floor
Provincial Building High River
Toll Free: 1-888-652-8922
Business: (403) 652-8360

High River RCMP
Business: (403) 652-2356

Hinton

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-865-8321

Hinton RCMP
Business: (780) 865-5544

Hobbema

Louis Bull Bands
Business: 780-585-2125

Montana Reserve
Business: 780-585-2125

Hobbema RCMP
Business: (780) 585-4600

Innisfail

Innisfail RCMP
Business: (403) 227-3341

Jasper

Jasper RCMP/Jasper Victim Services
Business: (780) 852-2275
Fax: (780) 852-3883
ann.beales@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Kananaskis

Kananaskis RCMP/Kananaskis Victim Services
Business: (403) 591-7707

Kikino

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-623-6980

Killam / Forestburg

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-385-7160

Killam/Forestburg RCMP/ Killam Victim Services
Business: (780) 385-3502

Kitscoty

Kitscoty RCMP/Kitscoty Victim Services
Business: (780) 846-2897
Fax: (780) 846-2943

Lac La Biche

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-623-5429

Lac La Biche RCMP/Lac La Biche Victim Services
Business: (780) 623-4012
Fax: (780) 623-2588
kami.lucas@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Lake Louise

Lake Louise RCMP/Lake Louise Victim Services
Business: (403) 522-3811

Leduc

Child and Family Services
General Information: To report concerns for the safety and well-being of a child 24 hours a day call 1-800-387-KIDS (5437)

Local Neighbourhood Offices are involved with reporting, assessing and investigating concerns surrounding a child or youth's safety and wellbeing. They also provide ongoing case management for children, youth and families in need of Child Intervention Services. They can also help with, connecting to community resources and parenting supports, accessing information about Prevention and Early Intervention Services, accessing and obtaining information about financial supports including Family Support for Children with Disabilities Program, Child Care Subsidy Program, Child and Youth Support Program and Supports for Permanency Program or assisting with obtaining guardianship of a family member in need. For more information you can click here.

Edmonton & Area Child and Family Services has 15 local offices which are points of entry for children, youth and families to access a variety of services.

Child and Family Services - Leduc Office
4901 50 Avenue
Business: 780-986-7869

Leduc RCMP
Crisis: (780) 980-7232
Business: (780) 980-7200

Lesser Slave Lake

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-523-4401

Lethbridge

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-381-5555

Legal Aid Alberta (LAA)
Toll Free: 1-866-845-3425
Business: (403) 381-5194
Fax: (403) 382-4460
General Information: Legal Aid Alberta provides more than just provides clients with a lawyer, but works to channel clients into the appropriate stream of legal service, ensuring the best possible services is provided for their specific need/situation. Based on legal issues and financial eligibility, clients are eligible to receive services that include, referrals, information, legal advice and/or brief services and/or limited scope or full representation. For more information please click here.

Lethbridge RCMP/Lethbridge Victim Services
Business: (403) 329-5042
Fax: (403) 320-6682
lorrip@telus.ca

Wood’s Homes: Lethbridge
Toll Free 24/7 Community Resource Team: 1-800-563-6106
If you are having a problem within your family, or otherwise and don't know what to do, please call. A counsellor is available to speak with you.
Business: (403) 317-1777
General Information: Wood’s Homes is a community owned and operated children’s mental health centre based in Calgary. Some key services include counselling services at no cost and a community resource team that provides 24/7 telephone assistance and mobile crisis response, a program that provides a short (up to 30 days) timeout for families who are experiencing great difficulties or a crisis to name a few. For more information please click here.

Lloydminster

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-871-6402

Lloydminster RCMP Victim Service Unit
Business: (306) 825-1380
Fax: (306) 825-6356
angela.rooks@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Manning

Manning RCMP/Manning Victim Services
Business: (780) 836-3769
Fax: (780) 836-2850

Mayerthorpe

Mayerthorpe RCMP
Business: (780) 786-2800

McLennan

McLennan RCMP/McLennan Victim Services
Business: (780) 324-3693
Fax: (780) 324-2366

Medicine Hat

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-529-3607

Legal Aid Alberta (LAA)
Toll Free: 1-866-845-3425
Business: (403) 488-7032
Fax: (780) 488-4546
General Information: Legal Aid Alberta provides more than just provides clients with a lawyer, but works to channel clients into the appropriate stream of legal service, ensuring the best possible services is provided for their specific need/situation. Based on legal issues and financial eligibility, clients are eligible to receive services that include, referrals, information, legal advice and/or brief services and/or limited scope or full representation. For more information please click here.

Victim Assistance Unit – Medicine Hat Police Service
Business: (403) 529-8480
Fax: (403) 529-8444
http://www.medicinehatpolice.com
kartea@medicinehat.ca

Milk River

Milk River RCMP/Milk River Victim Services
Business: (403) 647-3955

Morinville

Child and Family Services
General Information: To report concerns for the safety and well-being of a child 24 hours a day call 1-800-387-KIDS (5437)

Local Neighbourhood Offices are involved with reporting, assessing and investigating concerns surrounding a child or youth's safety and wellbeing. They also provide ongoing case management for children, youth and families in need of Child Intervention Services. They can also help with, connecting to community resources and parenting supports, accessing information about Prevention and Early Intervention Services, accessing and obtaining information about financial supports including Family Support for Children with Disabilities Program, Child Care Subsidy Program, Child and Youth Support Program and Supports for Permanency Program or assisting with obtaining guardianship of a family member in need. For more information you can click here.

Edmonton & Area Child and Family Services has 15 local offices which are points of entry for children, youth and families to access a variety of services.

Child and Family Services - Morinville Office
203, 10008 107 Street
Business: 780-939-1257

Morinville RCMP
Business: (780) 939-4520 / (780) 939-3774
Fax: (780) 939-3774
donna.mcpherson@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Morley

Stoney Child
Business: 403-881-3900

Nanton

Nanton RCMP
Business: (403) 646-5722 / (403) 652-2359 (Victim Service Unit)
Fax: (403) 646-5531

Okotoks

Okotoks RCMP/Okotoks Victim Services
Business: (403) 938-7046
Fax: (403) 938-2598

Olds

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-507-8035

Olds RCMP/Olds Victim Services
Business: (403) 556-6777
Fax: (403) 556-1540

Oyen

Oyen RCMP/Oyen Victim Services
Business: (403) 664-3883

Paddle Prairie

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-523-6717

Peace River

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-624-6460

Legal Aid Alberta (LAA)
Toll Free: 1-866-845-3425
Business: (780) 624-5761
Fax: (780) 624-4073
General Information: Legal Aid Alberta provides more than just provides clients with a lawyer, but works to channel clients into the appropriate steam of legal service, ensuring the best possible services is provided for their specific need/situation. Based on legal issues and financial eligibility, clients are eligible to receive services that include, referrals, information, legal advice and/or brief services and/or limited scope or full representation. For more information please click here.

Dr. Marguerite J. Paulson Ph.D.
Business: (780) 624-2733
Email: mjpaulson@abnorth.com
General Information and Area of Expertise includes, but is not limited to: Abuse adult: emotional, physical/adult: sexual/child: emotional, neglect, management; Crisis management; Critical incident intervention; Depression; Offenders Sexual/Violent; Phobias; Posttraumatic stress disorders.
Age: All
Fee: $110/session

Peace River RCMP
Business: (780) 624-6626
Fax: (780) 624-6650

Peavine

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-523-5714

Picture Butte

Picture Butte RCMP/Picture Butte Victim Services
Business: (403) 732-4449
Fax: (403) 732-4464

Pincher Creek

Pincher Creek RCMP/Pincher Creek Victim Services
Business: (403) 627-4425
Fax: (403) 627-4954

Ponoka

Ponoka RCMP/Ponoka Victim Services
Business: (403) 783-4472
Fax: (403) 783-4472
ponokavictimservices@shaw.ca

Provost

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-753-7082

Provost RCMP/Provost Victim Services
Business: (780) 753-2215
Fax: (780) 753-3033

Raymond

Raymond RCMP/Raymond Victim Services
Business: (403) 752-3351

Red Deer

Central Alberta Women's Emergency Shelter
24 Hour Crisis Line: 1-888-346-5643 or (403) 346-5643
Fax: (403) 341-3510
General Information: The Central Alberta Women's Emergency Shelter offers a safe secure home-like shelter for women who are battered (physically, psychologically, sexually and emotionally) with or without children and in need of temporary safe refuge from family violence. For more information please click here.

Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre (Boundaries are Rocky Mountain House - Stettler - Wetaskiwin - Olds)
24 Hour Sexual Assault Crisis Line: 1-866-956-1099
Red Deer Local Crisis Line: (403) 356-1099
Business: (403) 340-1124
General Information: The Crisis Centre works to educate, support and empower individuals, families and communities regarding family safety, victimization and sexual violence. To learn more please click here.

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-340-5400

Legal Aid Alberta
Toll Free: 1-866-845-3425
Business: (403) 340-5119
Fax: (403) 340-4873
General Information: Legal Aid Alberta provides more than just provides clients with a lawyer, but works to channel clients into the appropriate stream of legal service, ensuring the best possible services is provided for their specific need/situation. Based on legal issues and financial eligibility, clients are eligible to receive services that include, referrals, information, legal advice and/or brief services and/or limited scope or full representation. For more information please click here.

Red Deer City RCMP/Red Deer City Victim Services
Business: (403) 406-2345

Red Deer Rural RCMP/Red Deer Rural Victim Services

Business: (403) 343 5591

Red Earth Creek

Red Earth Creek RCMP/Red Earth Victim Services
Business: (780) 649-3992
Fax: (780) 649-3858
patricia.tweddell@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Redcliff

Redcliff RCMP/Redcliff Victim Services
Business: (403) 548-7848 / (403) 548-2288
Fax: (403) 548-3637
rcmpvsu@shockware.com

Redwater

Redwater RCMP
Business: (780) 942-3600

Redwater & District RCMP Victim Services
Business: (780) 942-3607
Fax: (780) 942-2525
delores.cherwoniak@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Rimbey

Rimbey RCMP/Rimbey Victim Services
Business: (403) 843-2224
Fax: (403) 843-2750
janice.bourque@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Rocky Mountain House

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-845-8290

Rocky Mountain House RCMP
Business: (403) 845-2881

Rocky Mountain House RCMP Victim Services
Business: (403) 844-4421
Fax: (403) 845-6515
marsie.tyson@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Saddle Lake

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-726-7616

Saddle Lake RCMP
Business: (780) 726-3798

Sarcee

Tsuu T'ina
Business: 403-281-0121

Sherwood Park

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-467-5195

Saffron Centre Ltd.
Toll Free: 1-888-416-7722
Business: (780) 449-0900
Fax: (780) 416-2393
General Information: The Saffron Centre offers therapy to persons who have been sexually assaulted or survived other traumas, and provides public education. Services can be obtained on a one-to-one or group basis, and therapy costs are based on a sliding scale. They assist in applications for funding to Victims of Crime, assist people to access the criminal justice system, and when appropriate, refer to other resources in the community. For more information please click here.

Sherwood Park RCMP/Sherwood Park Victim Services
Business: (780) 467-7741

Siksika

Siksika Health Services
24 Hour IMMEDIATE HELP Siksika Crisis Line: (403) 734-2596
Business: (403) 734-5686
General Information: Siksika offers numerous services to the Siksika Nation including the treatment of mental, emotional, or nervous disorders such as anxiety, phobias, depression or psychosis, crisis intervention, the psychological aspects of physical illness or injury, life adjustment issues that cause difficulty with daily living such as marital, family or sexual issues, and vocational and rehabilitation difficulties. Services provided include individual therapy, sexual abuse counselling and suicide intervention to name a few. For more information please call Siksika Health Services or click here to visit their website.

Siksika Family
Business: 403-734-5157

Siksika RCMP/Siksika Victim Services
Business: (403) 734-3815

Slave Lake

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-849-7220

Slave Lake RCMP/Slave Lake Victim Services
Business: (780) 849-3045 / (780) 849-6884
Fax: (780) 849-2133
evelyn.norberg@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Smoky Lake

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-645-6370

Smoky Lake RCMP
Business: (780) 656-3691

Spirit River

Spirit River RCMP/Spirit River Victim Services
Business: (780) 864-3525
Fax: (780) 864-4355

Spruce Grove

Child and Family Services
General Information: To report concerns for the safety and well-being of a child 24 hours a day call 1-800-387-KIDS (5437)

Local Neighbourhood Offices are involved with reporting, assessing and investigating concerns surrounding a child or youth's safety and wellbeing. They also provide ongoing case management for children, youth and families in need of Child Intervention Services. They can also help with, connecting to community resources and parenting supports, accessing information about Prevention and Early Intervention Services, accessing and obtaining information about financial supports including Family Support for Children with Disabilities Program, Child Care Subsidy Program, Child and Youth Support Program and Supports for Permanency Program or assisting with obtaining guardianship of a family member in need. For more information you can click here.

Edmonton & Area Child and Family Services has 15 local offices which are points of entry for children, youth and families to access a variety of services.

Child and Family Services - Spruce Grove
200, 131 1 Avenue
Business: 780-962-7625

Spruce Grove RCMP
Business: (780) 962-2222
Fax: (780) 962-2254

St. Albert

Child and Family Services
General Information: To report concerns for the safety and well-being of a child 24 hours a day call 1-800-387-KIDS (5437)

Local Neighbourhood Offices are involved with reporting, assessing and investigating concerns surrounding a child or youth's safety and wellbeing. They also provide ongoing case management for children, youth and families in need of Child Intervention Services. They can also help with, connecting to community resources and parenting supports, accessing information about Prevention and Early Intervention Services, accessing and obtaining information about financial supports including Family Support for Children with Disabilities Program, Child Care Subsidy Program, Child and Youth Support Program and Supports for Permanency Program or assisting with obtaining guardianship of a family member in need. For more information you can click here.

Edmonton & Area Child and Family Services has 15 local offices which are points of entry for children, youth and families to access a variety of services.

Child and Family Services - St. Albert Office
30 Sir Winston Churchill Avenue
Business: 780-460-4970

St. Albert RCMP/St. Albert Victim Services
Business: (780) 458-4353
Fax: (780) 458-7971
delilah.lazarenko@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

St. Paul

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-645-6370

Legal Aid Alberta (LLA)
Toll Free: 1-866-845-3425
Business: (780) 646-9125
Fax: (780) 645-4222
General Information: Legal Aid Alberta provides more than just provides clients with a lawyer, but works to channel clients into the appropriate stream of legal service, ensuring the best possible services is provided for their specific need/situation. Based on legal issues and financial eligibility, clients are eligible to receive services that include, referrals, information, legal advice and/or brief services and/or limited scope or full representation. For more information please click here.

North East Métis Settlement
Business: 780-645-6227

Tribal Chiefs East, Tribal Chief West
Business: 780-645-6634

St. Paul RCMP/St. Paul Victim Services
Business: (780) 645-8858
Fax: (780) 645-8875
guygabe@hotmail.com

Stettler

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-742-7515

Stettler RCMP/Stettler Victim Services
Business: (403) 742-3382 / (403) 741-7838 (Victim Unit Service)
Fax: (403) 742-1530
patricia.hamilton@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Stony Plain

Child and Family Services
General Information: To report concerns for the safety and well-being of a child 24 hours a day call 1-800-387-KIDS (5437)

Local Neighbourhood Offices are involved with reporting, assessing and investigating concerns surrounding a child or youth's safety and wellbeing. They also provide ongoing case management for children, youth and families in need of Child Intervention Services. They can also help with, connecting to community resources and parenting supports, accessing information about Prevention and Early Intervention Services, accessing and obtaining information about financial supports including Family Support for Children with Disabilities Program, Child Care Subsidy Program, Child and Youth Support Program and Supports for Permanency Program or assisting with obtaining guardianship of a family member in need. For more information you can click here.

Edmonton & Area Child and Family Services has 15 local offices which are points of entry for children, youth and families to access a variety of services.

Child and Family Services - Stony Plain
4813 47 Avenue
Business: 780-963-9424

Ms. Marci Dawn Moroz M.A.
203, 4911 50 Street
Business: (780) 963-7451
General Information and Area of Expertise includes, but is not limited to: Abuse adult: emotional, physical/adult: sexual/child: emotional, neglect, physical/child: sexual; Anxiety; Child management; Depression; Family issues/Parenting; Men's issues; Posttraumatic stress disorders; Psychotherapy couple/marital relationship/family/individual: adolescent/individual: adult/individual: child; Stress; Women's issues. For more information please click here.
Age: All
Fee: $185 Individual $200 Family Session

Stony Plain RCMP/Stony Plain Victim Services
4601 44 Avenue
Business: (780) 968-7267
Fax: (780) 963-0917
lynne.fowler@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Strathcona

Strathcona RCMP Victim Service Unit
Business: (780) 449-0153
Fax: (780) 449-1265
patti.weir-brown@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Strathmore

Calgary and Area Child and Family Services Authority of Alberta
General Information: To report concerns for the safety and well-being of a child 24 hours a day, 7 days a week call 1-800-387-KIDS (5437).

The responsibilities of the Calgary and Area Child and Family Services Authority of Alberta is assessing needs, setting priorities, planning, allocating resources, and managing the provision of services to children, families and other community members in the region, ensuring that children and families have reasonable access to quality services, ensuring that provincial policies and standards are followed in the region, monitoring and assessing the provision of child and family services, working with other CFSAs, public and private bodies, and government to coordinate services for children and families. For more information please click here.

Child and Family Services - Strathmore
435 Highway #1 Strathmore
Business: 403-934-7106

Strathmore RCMP/Strathmore Victim Services
Business: (403) 934-6552
Fax: (403) 934-2860
debbie.bodner@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Wood’s Homes: Strathmore
Toll Free 24/7 Community Resource Team: 1-800-563-6106
If you are having a problem within your family, or otherwise and don't know what to do, please call. A counsellor is available to speak with you.
Business: (403) 983-8391
General Information: Wood’s Homes is a community owned and operated children’s mental health centre based in Calgary. Some key services include counselling services at no cost and a community resource team that provides 24/7 telephone assistance and mobile crisis response, a program that provides a short (up to 30 days) timeout for families who are experiencing great difficulties or a crisis to name a few. For more information please click here.

Sundre

Sundre RCMP/Sundre Victim Services
Business: (403) 638-3675
Fax: (403) 638-2566
roberta.hammer@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Swan Hills

Swan Hills RCMP/Swan Hills Victim Services
Business: (780) 674-4848 / (780) 333-4450
Fax: (780) 674-2061

Sylvan Lake

Sylvan Lake RCMP/Sylvan Lake Victim Services
Business: (403) 887-3334
Fax: (403) 887-2930
victimservicessl@telusmail.net

Taber

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-223-7921

Taber RCMP
Business: (403) 223-4446

Thorsby

Thorsby RCMP/Thorsby Victim Services
Business: (780) 789-3951
Fax: (780) 789-3949

Three Hills

Child and Family Services
Business: 403-443-8535

Three Hills RCMP/Three Hills Victim Services
Business: (403) 443-5539
Fax: (403) 443-7140
annelies.cameron@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Tofield

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-662-7035

Tofield RCMP
Business: (780) 662-3353

Tsuu T’ina

Tsuu T’ina RCMP/Tsuu T’ina Victim Services
Business: (403) 251-9660

Turner Valley

Turner Valley RCMP/Turner Valley Victim Services
Business: (403) 933-7227
Fax: (403) 933-3183

Two Hills

Two Hills RCMP/Two Hills Victim Services
Business: (780) 657-2820
Fax: (780) 657-2046
judy.rudkowsky@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Valleyview

Valleyview RCMP
Business: (780) 524-3343

Western Cree Tribal Council
Business: (780) 524-5978
Fax: (780) 524-2898
General Information: The Western Cree Tribal Council is a dynamic community driven organization that is committed to providing quality services to its First Nation membership through innovative, culturally appropriate programming. For more information click here.

Vegreville

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-603-2500
Vegreville RCMP/Vegreville Victim Services
Business: (780) 632-2718
Fax: (780) 632-2296
trish.proznick@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Vermillion

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-853-8163

Vermillion RCMP
Business: (780) 853-5781

Viking

Viking RCMP
Business: (780) 336-3434

Vulcan

Vulcan RCMP/Vulcan Victim Services
Business: (403) 485-6163
Fax: (403) 485-2781
brookes@telus.net

Wabasca

Bigstone Indian Nation
Business: 780-891-2225

Wabasca RCMP Victim Service Unit
Business: (780) 891-3114
Fax: (780) 891-3883
freda.gambler@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Wainwright

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-842-7502
Wainwright RCMP
Business: (780) 842-4461

Waterton

Waterton RCMP/Waterton Victim Services (Summer Only)
Business: (403) 859-2244

Westlock

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-349-7720
Westlock RCMP
Business: (780) 349-4491

Wetaskiwin

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-361-4555

Legal Aid Alberta
Toll Free: 1-866-845-3425
Business: (780) 352-3845
Fax: (780) 352-4700
General Information: Legal Aid Alberta provides more than just provides clients with a lawyer, but works to channel clients into the appropriate stream of legal service, ensuring the best possible services is provided for their specific need/situation. Based on legal issues and financial eligibility, clients are eligible to receive services that include, referrals, information, legal advice and/or brief services and/or limited scope or full representation. For more information please click here.

Wetaskiwin RCMP
Business: (780) 312-7200 / (780) 312-7287 (Victim Service Unit)
Fax: (780) 352-3363
jeannie.e.blakely@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Whitecourt

Canniff and Associates Psychological & Support Services
Toll Free: 1-800-CANNIFF (226-6433)
General Information: Canniff & Associates’ Psychologists provide a wide range of therapeutic services, which may include individual, couple and family counselling, as well as educational, parenting, socio-emotional, personal risk, learning disabilities, vocational and neuropsychological assessments. They also offer consultation services pertaining to Custody and Access, file reviews and second opinions, and employee selection and termination. A variety of groups are offered on an as-needed basis, which may include anger management, self-esteem building, teen sexuality, gender identity issues, depression, grieving and loss, survivors of sexual abuse, sexual offender groups and women’s psychology groups. For more information please click here.
Fee: Rates vary from $125-$200/hr, with group rates generally being $50 per session. Also approved by Children's Services in various regions.

Child and Family Services
Business: 780-778-7172

Legal Aid Alberta (LAA)
Toll Free: 1-866-845-3425
Business: (780) 778-5365
Fax: (780) 778-5268
General Information: Legal Aid Alberta provides more than just provides clients with a lawyer, but works to channel clients into the appropriate stream of legal service, ensuring the best possible services is provided for their specific need/situation. Based on legal issues and financial eligibility, clients are eligible to receive services that include, referrals, information, legal advice and/or brief services and/or limited scope or full representation. For more information please click here.

Whitecourt RCMP
Business: (780) 778-5454



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