Join over 50+ member agencies in the ongoing collaborative effort to take constructive action against family violence & strengthen our community’s capacity.

Membership in Community Initiatives Against Family Violence (CIAFV) not only allows your agency the benefits of staying connected with a strong network of helping professionals, it also offers valuable education and knowledge sharing at monthly members meetings. There are many benefits offered by CIAFV, an organization that uses the combined strength of more than 50 agencies to refer and collaborate with each other to meet the needs of this sector.

The Today Centre

Today Family Violence Help Centre provides services for individuals experiencing family violence.

Phone & virtual support available.

(780) 455-6880

Alberta SPCA

Alberta Society Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals provides a temporary pet shelter for families experiencing family violence.

Phone and email monitored.

(780) 447 3600

Terra Centre

Terra Centre provides services that empower teen parents to succeed.

08:30 - 16:30 Monday - Friday

(780) 428-3772

A Safe Place

Emergency services for women and children fleeing domestic violence in Strathcona county.

24/7 Crisis Line and open during COVID-19


SAGE Seniors Association

SAGE provides information and services that enhance the safety of older persons who are at-risk.

08:00 - 16:00 Monday - Friday

(780) 423-5510

REACH Edmonton

Provides education and coordinates services that address the root causes of crime.

08:00 - 16:00 Monday - Friday Phone and emails monitored.

(780) 498-1231

Lives in Transition

LiT provides employment services to women who have a history of domestic violence.

OFFICE CLOSED, phone support available.

(780) 496-9224

Kids Kottage Foundation

Kids Kottage ensures that children receive the kind of parenting they deserve when their families are in crisis or in need of respite, and to assist their parents as they move toward their full potential.

The crisis line open.

(780) 944-2888

Momentum Walk-In Counselling

Momentum provides walk-in counselling through single session therapy.

10:00 - 19:00 Monday - Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00 Thursday 10:00 - 14:00 Friday Virtual and in-person sessions available


Families First Fort Saskatchewan

Families First provides services for families: early childhood learning, parenting programs, and family support in Fort Saskatchewan.

Providing services in person with appropriate safety protocol in place.

780-998-5595 extension 221

Legal Aid Alberta

Legal Aid Alberta provides services that enable clients to resolve their legal issues.

Phone support available and offices remain closed unless an exception is granted for an in-person assessment.

1 866 845 3425

Elizabeth Fry Society of Edmonton

Elizabeth Fry Society provides support for women and girls at risk of being criminalized.

Different offices have different availability.

(780) 421-1175