We are a first stop for anyone dealing with family violence.
We offer non-judgmental support for everyone targeted by family violence regardless of situation, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity or culture.
Let us be your ally through this tough time.
We provide short-term support including:
Our unique Collaborative Community Response (CCR) model enables staff to provide resources and referrals to over 130 practitioners who provide clients with on-going support and services. Former clients can re-connect with Today Centre as needed during their healing journey.
Today Centre also provides services to agencies and the general public who need help in supporting someone who discloses family violence. Support is provided one-on-one over the phone or through educational workshops and training for groups. Contact 780-455-6880 to speak with a Family Violence Specialist.
Anyone who is has been victimized by family violence.
Contact the Today Family Violence Centre by calling 780-455-6880 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We encourage you to leave your name and phone number and also INDICATE IF IT IS SAFE FOR US TO CALL BACK and if it’s safe to leave a message. When we call back, we do not leave a message unless you have told us it is safe to do so. We don’t want to put your safety at risk by contacting you when it is not safe. If safe to leave a message, we strive to ensure that calls are returned as quickly as possible and within two business days.
There are no fees for service.
The Today Centre can access interpretation services. Please let us know if this is required.
If you are not able to have your children looked after, please let us know. With planning, we can provide child minding support for you during your appointment.
The role of the Family Violence Specialist is to help you identify your unique needs given your specific situation. The Specialist is able to provide:
The Today Centre keeps your information confidential and will only share information with other service providers with your written consent, unless a child is at risk or a person is a danger to themselves or others.