The Outreach Centre remains available and committed to supporting those in need and requiring assistance. Please Phone FIRST. 

Connect with us Monday-Friday from
9am-3pm at (403) 347-2480 or 1-866-347-2480.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and to ensure the health and safety of our staff, clients and communities our building will not be available to the general public. It is important that we do our part to reduce the risk of transmission to the all.

Need Help Now? 

We are offering FREE single phone/video sessions with one of our therapists and mental health professionals.

Call (403)347-2480 or email to schedule an appointment.


The Outreach Centre remains available to support those requiring assistance. Please Phone FIRST.

Connect with us Monday-Friday from 9am-3pm at (403) 347-2480 or 1-866-347-2480.

Our building is not available to the general public

Need Help Now? 

Get a FREE single phone/video session our therapists and mental health professionals. Call (403)347-2480 or email to schedule.

Domestic Violence Therapeutic Services

Domestic abuse or family violence refers to patterns of behaviors within relationships that are used to gain or keep power over another member of the family. Typically, it is spouse against spouse or a parent against a child. In some situations involving the elderly, it may be child against parent.

Domestic abuse or family violence can be physical, emotional, sexual, or psychological. Common behaviors include name calling, threat making, manipulation, humiliation, blaming, and similar violations. Other dangerous indicators of domestic abuse or violence involve the aggressor attempting to isolate the victim from others, monitoring the victim’s behavior, among other acts.

In many cases, individuals suffering through domestic abuse or family violence are not inclined to report what is happening to the authorities. This stems from fear as well as the hope that the behavior will go away. Unfortunately, it rarely does, and in most cases, it worsens.

Being in a violent relationship can feel incredibly isolating. Although it may feel as if you are alone, it is important to know that there are people who can help. The first step of reaching out is often the hardest, but it is the only way the violence will stop. Research shows that women who are in or have left an abusive relationship experience a higher than average level of anxiety, depression, panic attacks and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  Many women and men can find it difficult to deal with the emotional and psychological impacts of abuse and the ways in which it can continue to affect their lives, and relationship with others over time.

Victims of domestic abuse can visit a licensed therapist to learn how to cope with the emotional trauma that’s often left behind even after they’ve left an abusive relationship.  Those who are in an abusive relationship can receive the help to recognize, understand the abuse, and develop the skills and resources to address the abuse for themselves.

If you would like more information regarding domestic violence therapy and/or be connected to a therapist please call 403-347-2480.

Contact Us

Tel: 403.347.2480
Toll free: 1.866.347.2480

4101 - 54 Avenue,
Red Deer, AB T4N 7G3

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