Family Violence Prevention Public Awareness Campaign

Family Violence Prevention Public Awareness Poster

The Ministry of Children and Family Services is running a family violence prevention public awareness campaign on social media and other platforms during the month of March.

This campaign promotes calling, texting or chatting with the Family Violence Info Line to survivors and bystanders of family violence. Whether reaching out for themselves or on behalf of someone they care about, people often feel scared and don’t know what to do. Their goal is to increase awareness that help is available, and to connect Albertans impacted by family violence to supports and services – like those provided by your organization – through the Family Violence Info Line at 310-1818

Posters and graphics for social media are available for download and sharing in your public spaces and social media platforms. Please take a few moments to help us share the important message that help is available.

In support of the campaign, Minister Turton wrote a blog reminding us all that Albertans can call the Family Violence Info Line at 310-1818, any day or time, for confidential help if they are experiencing violence, worried about a loved one, or using abusive behaviours.

The blog features a link to an audio testimonial in which an Albertan humbly recounts the impacts of his abusive behaviours and his struggle to be his best version of himself. Realizing his behaviour was impacting his ability to keep a partner, job or friendships, he took the first step towards change by reaching out for help. After being connected to resources and counselling, he was better able to learn new coping skills and healthier behaviours, which enabled him to take a new direction in his life.

You can read the Minister’s blog and hear the full testimonial at Preventing family violence |

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Campaign resources

Download posters, social media graphics and a zoom background to raise awareness of family violence and the help available.

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