In partnership with the Ministry of Justice, the Family Violence Outreach Program provides prevention, intervention and therapeutic support services to victims of violence and those at risk of violence. Support is provided in the form of professional counselling, group programming, safety planning, advocacy and referral.
Resiliency: Beyond the Hurt
This is an ongoing drop-in group that covers a number of topics related to trauma and family violence. Topics include healthy and unhealthy relationships, grief and loss, self-esteem, conflict resolution and effective communication, the importance of self-care, supplemental information on safety planning, and much more. Registration prior to attendance is mandatory. Wednesdays at 1:00 p.m.
The Domestic Violence Court (DVC) is a therapeutic court that addresses domestic violence and offers the Domestic Violence Court Treatment Option. The DVC Treatment Option allows those who are willing to take responsibility for their actions, who elect to plead guilty, and who will receive a sentence that does not include jail time, to complete a counselling program for domestic violence and address any substance abuse problems they may have. Domestic Violence Courts are located in three Saskatchewan cities: Regina, Saskatoon and North Battleford. “Saskatchewan Law Courts” web page for domestic violence courts is at: http://www.sasklawcourts.ca/index.php....
" I attended their weekly support group and as I listened to the stories of others who experienced similar suffering, I realised I was not alone. "
#101-1272 101st Street North Battleford Saskatchewan S9A 0Z8