Elder Abuse is everyone’s business!
- Learn to recognize the signs of abuse and take action
- Plant something purple as a sign of support
- Reach out to older adults you know
For more information, visit: www.foothillselderabuse.ca
The Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services (AASAS) and their member agencies, along with the provincial government, are dedicating their time to informing and educating all Albertans about sexual violence.
AASAS and a number of organizations across Alberta have created a variety of activities, such as YouTube videos, online conferences, courses, and learning series, virtual 5k run/walk, yogathon, Twitter-talk, etc.
A full list of these activities, as well as information to sign up and participate, can be seen via AASAS newsletter by clicking this link: Sexual Violence Awareness Month – May 2020 Newsletter
General information regarding COVID-19 for Albertans can be found here: https://www.alberta.ca/coronavirus-info-for-albertans.aspx
A quick resource guide – stay safe and if you or anyone you know needs help, give these places a call.
If you are a victim of crime, please do not hesitate to call Foothills Regional Victim Services: 403-652-2359
Foothills Regional Victim Services
Annual General Meeting
Tuesday, March 31, 2020 7:00pm
Rotary Room – Okotoks Centennial Centre
Guest Speaker: Roxane Baalim, Executive Director, Alberta Police-Based Victim Services Association
Jeffrey Bucholtz will be speaking on a variety of topics extending from and are new to our conference from 2017.
Ramada: 1512 13 Ave SE | (403) 603 3183
Heritage Inn: 1104 11 Ave SE | (403) 652-3834
Super 8: 1601 13 Ave SE | (403) 652-4448
Lakeview Inn: 22 Southridge Dr | (403) 938-7400
Best Western: 100 Southbank Rd | (403) 995-6262
With performances equal to the mastery of the ranger trade, The Wardens: Scott Ward, Bradley Bischoff, and Ray Schmidt, are a Banff National Park-based trio whose stories rise from the very land they’ve protected for the past 60+ years. The Wardens don’t just sing about the land, they’re part of it.
With haunting three-part harmonies and chilling tales, The Wardens’ mountain music rises from land they’ve protected as rangers in the Rocky Mountain national parks. Wrangling grizzly bears, rescuing stranded hikers and lonely nights on the packtrail. It’s the quintessential mountain-culture concert experience.
Tickets are available at Sobeys Okotoks, Walkers Western Wear (High River), and through Eventbrite – click here to purchase: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-wardens-tickets-60725290980
Thank you to our sponsors: High River Dental Clinic, Foothills Family Medical Centre, Dr. Dhea Wallace-Chow, Dr. Justin Chow, Expressions, Napa Okotoks, Okotoks Eye Care, Fountain Tire Okotoks, Tim Hortons High River, CSN Collision, Rangeland Agencies 78 Ltd, Visions Electronics Okotoks
Foothills Regional Victim Services Association will be holing its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 7:00 pm in the Community Room at the High River Co-Op store.
The general public is invited to attend. Call 403-652-2359 for more information.
Happy 2019! This year, Foothills Regional Victim Services is striving to provide support and assistance to individuals in the Foothills area.
We are a not-for-profit, volunteer-based program that aims to limit the impact of crime or tragedy on victimized persons. We do this by providing assistance, support, information, and referral to individuals. We operate 24/7 to victims requiring immediate crisis intervention, emotional support, and practical assistance in conjunction with RCMP and other community agencies.
Please consider making a donation to FRVS by checking out the Ways to Donate section on our website. Donations are made through ATB Cares and CanadaHelps, both of which will automatically provide a tax receipt.
Thank you so much for your support!
Thank you to 100 Women Who Care Foothills for choosing FRVS as their chosen charity from their November meeting! We are so grateful for their support!
100 Women Who Care Foothills are a group of women dedicated to raising money for local charities in the Foothills area. For more information, please visit their website: https://100womenwhocarefoothills.weebly.com
Image courtesy of High River Online news article: Hot Chocolate & Cheer On Centre Street
Thank you so much to everyone who donated to our charity checkstop!
The funds raised were $3281.95 split between Rowan House and Foothills Regional Victim Services. ATB also graciously donated $100 to each program as well!