Call the Bullying Helpline 1-888-456-2323 toll-free in Alberta, anytime.
Trained staff are available to help in more than 170 languages.

Call 211 Edmonton to access health, human services, community resources, and government assistance people need every day as well as in times of crisis.

The Public Health Agency of Canada recently launched “Stop Family Violence“, a new web-based source of current information for professionals and the public.

Stop Family Violence provides information for Canadians who are, or know someone affected by family violence, need help finding services, or want to learn about family violence in Canada. It also provides information and resources for professionals on how to help prevent or respond to family violence.  Government of Canada funding opportunities and other activities related to family violence will also be posted.

Check it out at:
Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868

Family Violence Info Line

Distress Line
(780)482-HELP (4357)

Seniors Abuse HelpLine
(780) 454-8888

211 Edmonton
direct link between essential community services and the people who need them

Additional Resources
TODAY Family Violence Help Centre

Click here to learn more about Domestic Violence Awareness Through Wristbands

Bullying Resources


It’s a Girl’s World

It’s a Teen’s World

The Society for Safe and Caring Schools and Communities

A Guide to Workplace Bullying 

Governmental Resources

Alberta Human Services – Family Violence and Homelessnes Supports

Solicitor General and Public Security – Victims Programs

Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters

Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Network

Elder Abuse Intervention Team

Home Front

National Clearinghouse on Family Violence

Statistics Canada – Family Violence Statistical Profiles

Domestic Abuse Intervention Project

Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence

DRVIC – Red Deer

Government of Alberta

City of Edmonton


How to Talk to Your Kids About Substance Abuse