Resources

When a survivor decides to leave an abuser, Shelter Movers makes all  arrangements to move and store survivors’ belongings securely, on the clients’ terms. 

An alternative approach to assisting families experiencing domestic violence and abuse. The abusive partner moves to an off-site facility or independent living for specialized counselling, while women and children maintain the stability of their home and support networks. The program works with the entire family in connecting them with resources necessary for their safety and healing. 

An open, inclusive, safe space, that provides peer support, counselling, peer support, fathering programs, mentorship and support services for male victims of trauma and violence.  

Resource site for women and children as they proceed through the family law system while leaving an abusive relationship.

Prevention, intervention, and collective impact to tackle all the systemic and societal causes that lead to domestic abuse through peer support, education, and workshops.

Calgary Communities Against Sexual Assault -  is the primary sexual harassment, sexual abuse & sexual assault crisis, counselling and education service provider for Calgary and the surrounding areas.

A tool used to describe domestic abuse to practitioners, victims, perpetrators and the general public.  The wheel identifies the different types of post-separation abuse commonly used by abusers and then goes further to outline the specific types of behaviour that indicate that these types of abuse are being used. The types of abuse, with one example of the type of behaviours used, are:

Lundy Bancroft is a foremost expert, author, workshop leader & consultant on domestic abuse and child maltreatment.