Community Resources

Are You in Crisis?

If you or someone you know is in crisis and needs emergency/immediate assistance, please call 9-1-1 or visit the nearest hospital.
 

Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Network
403-394-0306
 
Alberta’s One Line for Sexual Violence
CALL OR TEXT: 1-866-403-8000
Chat: WWW.AASAS.CA
 
Alberta Provincial Abuse Helpline
1-855-4HELPAB (1-855-443-5722) for assistance in more than 100 languages from 7:30 am to 8 pm, Monday to Friday
 
Bullying Prevention Hotline
1-888-456-2323 to get help anonymously in more than 170 languages or find other supports.
 
Bullying Helpline Chat to get help anonymously from 8 am to 8 pm, 7 days a week.
 
Child Abuse Hotline
 1-800-387-5437 (KIDS) to get help if you, or children you know, are being neglected, abused or sexually exploited. If you believe a child is at risk, you must report it. Help is available in multiple languages 24/7.
 
Crisis Services Canada
1-833-456-4566 (toll free)
 
Distress Line of SW Alberta  
403-327-7905
 
Family Violence Info Line
310-1818 to get help anonymously in more than 170 languages or find other supports.
 
First Nation and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line
1-855-242-3310 (toll free, chat available) (English/French/Cree/Ojibway/Inuktitut languages available)
 
HealthLink
Call 811 to find health care and get health advice 24/7
 
Kids Help Phone
1-800-668-6868
 
Mental Health Helpline
1-877-303-2642 for mental health advice 24/7
 
Parent Information Line
1-866-714-KIDS (5437)
Available 8:15 am-4:30 pm, Open Monday-Friday, closed statutory holidays
 
Suicide Prevention Hotline
1-800-784-2433 (Toll free in Southern Alberta)
 
Trans Lifeline
Canada: 877-330-6366


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This campaign has set out to change the way the public—mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, friends, and family—responds to someone who has been sexually assaulted. This is a big issue because sexual assault is one of the most under-reported crimes. But that’s changing.
Over the past three years, this campaign has increased the number of Albertans who would give a positive, compassionate response to a sexual assault survivor from 21% to 77%, and the number who would use the words I believe you from <1% to 21%. This is a tremendous shift in a short time. 


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Working with Our Community

Located on the traditional lands of the Blackfoot Confederacy, Lethbridge Family Services is committed to honouring the land from a place of knowing. We honour the Siksikaitsitapi as both the traditional and current Land Keepers of this area, and we welcome all First Nations, Métis, Inuit and non-Indigenous peoples who call Blackfoot territory their home.