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Resources available in Alberta

Did you know... Alberta has many resources available to assist families and children?  The ANSHC goal is to inform you on what is available in the province of Alberta. We focus on child abuse prevention and together we can support children and youth along their journey.

Professionals in Alberta are committed to keeping kids safe. Learn more here:

Child Abuse Hotline

Child Youth and Family Enhancement Act

Alberta Integrated Child Expolitation Unit (I.C.E.)

Office of the Child and Youth Advocate (O.C.Y.A)

Child and Risk Response Team (CARRT)

Protection of Sexually Expolited Children and Youth (PSECA)

Alberta Vulnerable Infant Response Team (AVIRT)

Child and Adolescent Protection Centre (CAPC) - Stollery Children's Hospital

Zebra Child Protection Centre

Caribou Child and Youth Centre

Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre

Edmonton Police Services - Child Abuse Unit

Calgary Police Services - Child Abuse Unit




Canadian Red Cross

Be Safe - A personal safety program for children ages 5 -9 with a focus on child abuse prevention.

Respect Education - A variety of workshops that cover Violence, Bullying and Abuse Prevention.
Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse

Who do I tell? - An educational program that offers the facts about child sexual abuse and empowers communities to speak openly about this issue.
Canadian Centre for Child Abuse Protection

Teatree Tells - A child abuse prevention kit designed fro children 4 - 6 years of age. Topics include identifying a safe adult, feelings, naming body parts, establishing personal boundaries, etc.