Safety

We walk alongside women exiting sexual exploitation as they break the cycles of addiction and abuse.
We draw on the strengths and guidance of Aboriginal traditions and teachings to support vulnerable children, youth and families. Through cultural practice, programming, and targeted interventions we strengthen family relationships and resilience.
PCHS Logo: Calgary Serving Diverse Communities
We empower and foster happy healthy and engaged families through effective outreach, partnering with other agencies, and providing family-centred, linguistically and culturally appropriate programming and supportive counseling to the South Asian community.
Rowan House Society - Building Violence Free Communities
A safe place of hope and healing for women and children fleeing family violence in the rural Foothills.
Sagesse is all about empowering individuals, organizations and communities to break the cycle of domestic violence. Whether it’s through our direct service programs, capacity building, or education and advocacy, Sagesse curates environments to heal, learn and grow.
People’s lives change over time and as life changes occur, we are there to assist in developing a plan that connects people to the resources necessary to succeed. Our support allows people to navigate out of crisis towards a better future. We Help People Help Themselves.
We Stand Together
We help a population that most brush by. We assist women involved in, or at risk of sexual exploitation or human trafficking. Here they can get their lives back.
STARS Helicopter landing with crews on the ground.
We are dedicated to providing a safe, rapid, highly-specialized medical transport system for critically ill and injured patients.
Empowering men to recover for life. Simon House Recovery Centre is a long term program that teaches men compassion, patience, tolerance, and understanding. It provides men with a safe and responsible place to recover from addiction.
“I feel joy knowing I am safe and can get help. I receive both of these at Sonshine. I’m looking forward to a new life with a job, and moving on from what happened in the past.” (Resident, Sonshine Centre)

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