If you are in immediate danger or fear for your safety, please call 911.
Contact Big Hill Haven
If you are seeking support, we are here for you. We can answer questions, provide counselling or any other level of support required. Our services are free and confidential.
Please contact our Big Hill Haven Outreach Worker directly at : 403-796-6564
Or by confidential email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our hours of operation are:
Monday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Tuesday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Wednesday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Thursday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Friday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Contact our Outreach Team
Questions about what you can do, or concerned for someone you know?
We're here for you.
24-Hour Support Services
Get help with safety planning, services & support, please call the Family Violence Helpline Line at 403-234-7233 (SAFE)
To get help in more than 170 languages, you may also call the Family Violence Info Line at 403-310-1818
Learn how to "Cover Your Tracks"
If you feel nervous about accessing domestic abuse resources online, learn how to cover your tracks.
There are several other resources available to you if you need to research information, if you're looking to understand your options or perhaps you require a little guidance and you're just not ready to talk in person yet. Below you'll find a listing of various agencies and organizations that can help provide specific services for those that require it.
Cochrane and Area Victim Services
Cochrane Victim Services provides crisis response and non-judgmental emotional support to individuals and families affected by crime, tragedy and trauma to help lessen the immediate impact.
The RCMP are most often the first responders when violence or abuse is actively occurring in the home. They may determine the steps or actions necessary to diffuse the immediate crisis in the home.