A GREAT RELATIONSHIP
IS ABOUT TWO THINGS:
First, appreciating the similarities and second, respecting the differences.
MAY 4, 2018 THE MASK YOU LIVE IN
Join us for this free screening! We can't change the world over night. But we can spark a conversation that will over time challenge the paradigm of dominance, power, aggression and control, so that 20 years from now, boys will feel more comfortable with their emotions, not be afraid to ask for help, not shy away from exposing their vulnerabilities, and be able to resolve conflicts with words instead of violence. See Events and Programs for more information.
FAMILY VIOLENCE
INFO LINE 310-1818
If you or someone you know needs help dealing with family violence, call. There is always someone who wants to help.
OUR MISSION IS SIMPLE:

Family Violence is unacceptable and together we can make a difference.

ABOUT US

The FVI is a stakeholders group in Whitecourt, Alberta. It began in 2004 with the mandate that it is necessary to reduce the incidence of family violence through awareness, support, referral and intervention. There are many agencies involved in the FVI including Wellspring Family Resource and Crisis Centre, Alberta Health Services – Addiction and Mental Health, Northern Gateway School Division, North Central Alberta Child and Family Services, McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association, Town of Whitecourt, RCMP, Victim Services, Boys and Girls Club, Alberta Works. Partners meet monthly to collaborate on events and discuss current trends/community issues.

THE FAMILY VIOLENCE LIAISON (FVL)

The FVL works in partnership with the RCMP and Crown Prosecutors to provide support to domestic violence calls/files that are channelled through the RCMP. Their role is to provide a coordinated community response to Family Violence in Whitecourt. The FVL assists victims through the court system, while providing appropriate referrals to resources and supports. p>

Thank You to Our Community Supporters

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New Hope Programs

Programs available for Adults and Children

Learn to create positive healthy personal relationships free of violence and abuse.

“The enemy doesn’t stand a chance when the victim decides to survive.”

Rae Smith
WHO TO CALL

IF YOU ARE IN DANGER, CALL 911.

Whitecourt RCMP Complaint Line 780-778-5454
Victim Services 780-779-5924
Family Violence Info Line 310-1818
Mental Health Help Line 1-877-303-2642
Wellspring Family Resource & Crisis Centre 780-778-6209 / 1-800-467-4049