Help can come to you.


Our goal for our Outreach Program is simple: “To help women help themselves by providing support, tools, and encouragement.”

This 1:1 support program is open to all women who have already left or are still struggling within an unhealthy or abusive relationship. We’re here to provide them with safety and healing, and to walk alongside them as they go about rebuilding their lives. We believe:

    • Everyone deserves a life free from abuse, without exceptions.
    • Women can and should be empowered to lead healthy, independent lives.
    • Every woman has more potential and strength than she realizes.

We have outreach staff available for 1:1 meetings both in office or in the community. They can help with: understanding healthy relationships, safety planning, parenting struggles, boundary setting, addictions, legal issues, financial independence, self-care and assertiveness. They provide advocacy and referrals.


Some Common FAQ.


1. How long can I be a participant in the Outreach Program? A woman can remain in the program as long as she and the Outreach Worker feel there is still a need.

2. How do I sign up? Call the Outreach Coordinator at (780) 538-1332 x. 108 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (If you need special privacy, please leave detailed instructions about the safest way to reach you.)

3. What if I decide after my initial meeting that I do not want to be a part of program? We believe that any support program must be a good fit for the user to be effective. If you feel that we are not suitable for you, all you have to do is send an email or leave a message via phone stating that you have decided to opt out of the program. No reason required.


"There are times when we just cannot cope with what is happening in our lives. We lose confidence easily, we feel bewildered and carry with us a feeling of disappointment. When we feel like this, when we are distressed within ourselves, we have to learn new ways for coping with our lives. We have to search for New Beginnings. We have to find new ways to help us find peace and contentment once again; new ways to help us make a richer life for ourselves. We will never know what we can do, how we can change our lives-unless we try, as we make our lives, if only for a while, a journey of New Beginnings."   (by Pauline Smith)