Search Organizations (English): Alberta

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ANAD of Medicine Hat Alberta
Code Blue for Child Care
Code Blue is a Canada-wide campaign to build a real pan-Canadian child care system. The campaign brings together national, provincial and territorial child care organizations, labour, women's and social justice groups along with Canadians from all walks of life. (See Details)
Edmonton Journal
Eating Disorders Shared Awareness - EDSA Canada
University of Alberta Hospital Infertility Clinic
Four Worlds International Institute for Human and Community Development

Supports Aboriginal communities in building a healthy and sustainable future. Works towards a solution to the social devastation brought on by alcohol, poverty and an increasing sense of powerlessness sweeping across tribal communities.

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CBCA: Sexual and Reproductive Wellness Centre

Offers counselling and education services that help people consider their sexual and reproductive choices in informed and responsible ways. Discusses pregnancy, birth control, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), HIV/AIDS, sexuality, and sexual orientation (including gay, lesbian and bisexual issues).

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SAFE Home (High Level, Alberta)

Offers shelter and counselling 24 hours a day to women in crisis and their children. Operates a 24-hour crisis line. Provides public education on family violence and dating violence to all communities in provincial Region 17.

Pincher Creek Women's Emergency Shelter Association

Provides safe shelter and support services for women and children fleeing abusive situations. Offers 24 hour counselling, educational programs, 24-hour crisis line, support groups, outreach and advocacy. Offers weekly Healing Circle, in-house support groups, advocacy, parenting skills, workshops on family violence, residential services, childcare, transportation, crisis intervention, referrals and information.

Wellspring Family Resource and Crisis Centre

Provides a short-term emergency shelter that offers a safe environment for women in crisis with or without children. Provides emotional support and education. Provides services to all members of the community, including: a 24-hour crisis line; lay counselling; information; referral service to appropriate agencies; and, outreach support with follow-up (with priority given to family violence issues). Offers preventative initiatives including education, awareness and information. Operates a resource library with audio and visual materials on a variety of topics.