Wrap-Around, Supportive Responses for Women

Accessible and Responsive Legal and Justice Systems (Including Legal Services and Information, Court Systems, Enforcement, and Perpetrator Accountability)

Intersectional Policies and Service Provision (for Indigenous, Immigrant and Refugee Women, their Families and Communities)

Lift Her Up Campaign Launch - Calgary


Lift Her Up Campaign Launch - Edmonton


Systematic Risk Assessment, Safety Planning and Screening

Statements of Principles and Values (Draft 8)

Building and Strengthening Relationship between
First Nations Shelters and the Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters


Statement of Principles, Values, and Commitments
to Actions for Indigenous Women, Girls, and Their Families


- Draft 8 - 


Municipal Commitment Details 2017

Alberta Council of Women's Shelters

#LiftHerUp Campaign

2017 Municipal Elections


We want women empowered, enabled and safe as citizens, elected politicians and public figures. You can influence the nature, tone and content of public discourse during the upcoming municipal election campaign period by:

Report: Invest in women's shelters to solve women's homelessness

Women's Shelters Count

Media Release 
November 21, 2012
For Immediate Release:
ALBERTA: Today is the 4th annual Data Count Day in Alberta, and we’re collecting more information than ever before to help paint a picture of domestic violence in our province.  
Women’s shelters in Alberta are leaders in domestic violence prevention, intervention and treatment.  Media are encouraged to contact their local shelters and speak to Shelter Directors today about current issues faced by victims of domestic violence and shelters.