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Family Violence: How To Help #4: Learn the warning signs. It is normal and natural for people who are the victims of violence to try to cover their physical and emotional injuries. Understanding the signs of domestic violence will help you to help people who are experiencing domestic violence. Physical signs: Bruises, scratches, and other marks –...

Family Violence: How To Help #3: Listen without judgment. If someone chooses to talk with you about domestic violence, listen to them. Listen without judging their story, without comparing it to others, without offering advice, and without suggesting solutions. If you actively listen, chances are that the person will tell you exactly what they need. In...

Airdrie and District Victims Assistance Society spread awareness for Domestic Violence Awareness Month Airdrie, Alta - Amid an increased number of women and children living with the harm and trauma of family violence, local assistance organizations are calling on community members to act against domestic violence and coercive control. Airdrie and District Victims Assistance Society (ADVAS) and...

We know that it can be hard to find the information you need at the best of times. It's even more challenging when you're stressed. Recognizing the opportunity to improve your ability to quickly find information to serve your needs, we have rebuilt the Victim Information section of our website. There, you will find easy to...

Every year, ADVAS volunteers make a difference in the lives of thousands of people in our community. To every person who gives their time to serve victims of crime and tragedy in our community, we give our deepest thanks. https://youtu.be/G3pnyxiyFPw ...

ADVAS continues to be available during the COVID-19 event with some modifications. This information is effective March 23rd and subject to change given the physical distancing protocols set forth by the RCMP and AHS: 1. ADVAS staff remain available Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm to take calls from the community for emotional support,...

Airdrie and District Victims Assistance Society (ADVAS) provides support, information and referrals to those impacted by family and domestic violence in Airdrie and surrounding communities. We cannot anticipate how you might feel after being impacted by violence no matter what type of domestic situation you find yourself in. Your reaction to violence is not a sign of weakness...