COVID-19 UPDATE

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 alesia.hadija@womensoutreach.ca to schedule an appointment.

COVID-19 UPDATE

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.

Safe Visitation

When families are dealing with the impact of domestic violence the Safe Visitation program is a neutral based program which allows the children to continue to visit with the non-custodial parent in a supportive environment.   We support the premise that children grow up to be healthier, adaptive individuals and contribute to the community knowing both parents love and support them.

Who qualifies for the program?

Safe Visitation services are for families where intimate partner violence has occurred.  Individuals can be referred to the program through a court order, Victims Services, RCMP, Children’s Services or a self-referral by either parent.

What is intimate partner violence?

Intimate partner violence takes many forms:

  • physical
  • verbal
  • emotional
  • psychological
  • sexual
  • financial
  • spiritual

Intimate Partner Violence is based on a relationship of domination. Victims may suffer from isolation, harassment, humiliation, intimidation, threats, physical and sexual violence, and emotional blackmail. The abusive partner may also abuse the victim by controlling the victim’s income and expenses in order to take away independence. The partner’s hold over the victim might extend to a psychological level.

Alcohol, drugs and stress might worsen violent behavior, but do not justify it.

If you would like more information regarding the Safe Visitation program please call 403-347-2480.

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Tel: 403.347.2480
Toll free: 1.866.347.2480
Email: info@womensoutreach.ca
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4101 - 54 Avenue,
Red Deer, AB T4N 7G3

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