Crisis & Support Line – 24hrs 7 days/week: Call 780-875-0966 or Text 780-808-1777
Our Support Services are available during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you or someone you know is in need of support during this time, connect with us! We understand these times are difficult – you aren’t alone, we are here to help you.
We have adapted our services to ensure the safety of our clients and staff. Precautions are being made to limit risk while continuing to provide adapted support services at this time.
It’s time to lace up your runners for the Lloydminster Interval Home Society’s 2nd Annual Virtual 5K: Stronger For Her Powered by Bioclean Disaster Services!
Participants can choose their route between June 9-13, 2021 when they walk, run, or bike and show their support for the cause! All participants registered before May 26th will receive a t-shirt and grab bag. Sign up today!
All proceeds benefit the Lloydminster Interval Home Society’s programs and services in an effort to end family violence and support those in need.
All proceeds from your purchase of a Stronger For Her Hoodie or Crewneck go directly into programming for the Lloydminster Interval Home Society. You do NOT have to participate in the 5K to order a Hoodie or Crewneck!
*Pickup in Lloydminster will be in early June – more details to come!
For over 20 years, the Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters has been collecting data to both prove and improve the services they provide to women, their children, and seniors accessing shelters. The data to knowledge process is critical for all members of the council and has resulted in promising and evidence-based shelter practice.
The aim of Project Impact is to develop in social sector organizations the ability to do credible self-studies of their impact. As such, this is a capacity-building project. The reports in this compendium are written by the teams from women’s shelters in Alberta and represent the findings from their data collection and analysis.
To learn more about the data of our impact, we encourage you to order the Project Impact Reports paperback by clicking the button below:
Learn With LIHS!
Each month, our Public Education Facilitator will be offering a Learn With LIHS Presentation via zoom! The next presentation is April 28th at 12PM. This presentation is about Family Violence and will cover:
- Types of Abuse
- Power and Control
- Cycle of Violence
- Warnings Signs
- Effects of Abuse Support