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    If you are thinking about leaving an abusive relationship, this guide will explain financial support options that may be available.
    BOOKLET 2020
     

    If you have experienced domestic violence, it is important to document and gather information about your experiences in case you have to make a court application.
    BOOKLET 2016
     

    This tipsheet will explain how the Police may be of help if you are experiencing domestic violence.
    TIP SHEET 2016
     

    If you are thinking of leaving an abusive relationship, this information sheet lists some important things to consider in making a plan to leave.
    BOOKLET 2016
     

    This booklet features information for anyone who is not a Canadian citizen and is experiencing domestic violence.
    BOOKLET 2017
     

    In Alberta there are different types of no contact orders, this poster describes which orders may apply to your situation.
    Prints to 11" x 17" (ledger size paper)

    POSTER 2016


     

    A Peace Bond is a type of no contact order that is issued by a criminal court judge.
    BOOKLET 2016
     

    If you are experiencing domestic violence, it is important to know what to do if the situation escalates and you need to get help right away.
    TIP SHEET 2016
     

    Going to court often causes feelings of anxiety and fear. These tips will help ease your nerves if you need to attend court.
    BOOKLET 2016
     

    A Queen's Bench Protection Order (QBPO) is a legal tool intended to protect Albertans experiencing family violence.
    BOOKLET 2016
     

    A Restraining Order is a type of no contact order that can be issued by a judge of the Court of Queen's Bench. This booklet will explain what you need to know about Restraining Orders.
    BOOKLET 2016
     

    This booklet explains what you need to know about serving documents on an abusive spouse or partner.
    BOOKLET 2020
     

    If you are leaving an abusive relationship, a family law lawyer can play a key role in helping you understand your legal options, rights and responsibilities.
    BOOKLET 2016
     

    An affidavit is a sworn, written document that contains facts and information relevant to the application you are making. This guide will explain what you need to know about affidavits.
    BOOKLET 2016
     

    This toolkit contains info sheets on domestic violence, how to recognize and prevent it and lists of services and agencies to get more help.
    NEW  TOOLKIT 2019

    Domestic violence educational programs from organizations around Alberta.
    NEW  TIP SHEET 2019

    Help for you and others affected by the domestic violence incident.
    NEW  TIP SHEET 2019

    Resources from organizations around the province on domestic violence related topics.
    NEW  TIP SHEET 2019

    How to speak with someone who may be experiencing domestic violence.
    NEW  TIP SHEET 2019

    There are signs that indicate domestic violence might be present.
    NEW  TIP SHEET 2019

    Some examples of possible domestic violence prevention strategies.
    NEW TIP SHEET 2019

    Emergency services in the province that can be contacted in domestic violence situations.
    NEW  TIP SHEET 2019

    What the landlord can do to help a victim of domestic violence.
    NEW  TIP SHEET 2019

    Steps the victim can take to address their particular domestic violence situation.
    NEW  TIP SHEET 2019

    What is domestic violence and how can you recognize that it may be present?
    NEW  TIP SHEET 2019

    What to expect when the police have been called to a domestic violence situation.
    NEW  TIP SHEET 2019

    How can you help if you have witnessed or suspect domestic violence?
    NEW  TIP SHEET 2019

    Some insight as to why the victim might stay in a domestic violence situation.
    NEW  TIP SHEET 2019

    This booklet provides information on what elder abuse is, how to recognize it and what to do about it.
    NEW BOOKLET 2019

     
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