Family Violence Affects Everyone; We Can Help
We help people of all ages understand family violence, heal their relationships and move forward. Here you can find support groups, gain skills to improve relationships, and access counselling for children and youth. We are here to help. To learn more, visit our website at www.changing-ways.ca or call: 780.672.0141 between 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday. Call 911 if you are in an emergency situation and need immediate help.
- developing skills and techniques to use in the future
- a better understanding of self
- developing bonds with others who have similar experiences
Relationships are an essential part of leading a healthy and fulfilling life. Learn how to eliminate violence and abuse to have more fulfilling relationships and less conflict.
Intimate partner violence education/counselling groups are for adults who have experienced any form of abusive behaviour in relationships. We offer separate groups for those who identify as men and women.
For more information, go to our website and visit our Intimate Partner Violence page.
We know it can be hard and overwhelming to feel that your anger is hurtful to those you love. Learning to work with anger is an important life skill that has to be discovered. It’s okay to feel angry and overwhelmed.
If your anger is causing harm to yourself or others, we can help you find the skills to manage it and direct it in healthy ways. No matter your history, you can have a life that feels calm and free of violence.
For more information, go to our website and visit our Anger Management page.
Our counselling program is for children and youth who have experienced trauma and could benefit from therapeutic support. They will be welcomed into a safe, welcoming environment with qualified staff who will listen to and be there for them.
For more information, go to our website and visit our Child & Youth Counselling page.
Our older adult support worker and advocate can help unravel the complexities of abuse against older adults 55+ aging in the community. Voluntary, in-home or office visits in the city and county of Camrose.
For more information, go to our website and visit our Older Adult Support & Advocacy page.
We intentionally seek a connection with community groups to:
- find overlaps
- discover gaps
- learn and share information
Changing Ways coordinates the Camrose Family Violence Response Council and is involved in various local initiatives; Changing Ways staff are happy to meet with agencies and community groups to discuss family violence, including appropriate intervention and prevention.