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FearIsNotLove offers free programs for any person experiencing domestic violence and abuse. Regardless of who you are, where you came from, who you love, or how you identify yourself, you (and the people you care about) deserve to live without fear impacting close relationships. FearIsNotLove. Please reach out.

Our approach is judgement-free.

We can help if:

  • You have been abused or know someone who has been abused
  • You are concerned that you have hurt someone else and want to change

We offer:

  • Connect Domestic Violence and Abuse Helpline
  • Men’s Resource Line
  • Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter
  • Child, Youth and Family Therapy Program
  • Court Program
  • Community Services Counselling Program
  • Healthy Relationships Program
  • Men’s Counselling Service
  • Take a Stand Initiative
  • Men &

Connect Domestic Violence and Abuse Helpline

Phone: 403.234.7233 (SAFE)
Toll Free: 1.866.606.7233 (SAFE)

Let’s start a supportive conversation.

Connect Domestic Violence and Abuse Helpline: 403.234.SAFE (7233) 
Toll-free: 1-866-606.SAFE (7233)
TTY: 403.262.2768

Men’s Helpline: 1-833-327-MENS (6367)


Yes, your call is confidential.

Trained counsellors answer calls 24-hours a day, every day of the year. We can answer questions, provide counselling or other support in many different languages.

Connect Domestic Violence and Abuse Helpline

Our Helpline counsellors answer the phone 24 hours per day, 365 days a year. They provide counselling, safety planning, and referrals.

403.234.7233 (SAFE)

Men's Resource Line

Our counsellors can answer your questions and support you in accessing the right services to help you with your unique challenges. 24 hours per day, 365 days a year.

1-833-327-6367 (MENS)

Calgary Women's Emergency Shelter

A safe haven and secure shelter for adults who identify as women, with or without children, who are fleeing domestic violence and abuse.

Child, Youth and Family Therapy Program

Providing support and counselling to children, youth and their family members who have experienced family violence and abuse.

Court Program

Providing navigation of the court system and support for those who have or are currently experiencing family violence and abuse.

Community Services Counselling Program

Serving those who want short-term, crisis-oriented support, as well as longer-term counselling, while living in the community and who are unable (or choose not) to enter the Emergency Shelter.

Healthy Relationships Program

Preventative programming focused on building healthier relationships using therapeutic groups and activity-based learning for youth 12 and older.

Men’s Counselling Service

Offering individual and group counselling services to adults interested in creating or enhancing safety in their close relationships.

Take a Stand Initiative

Educating and empowering community members to effectively support victims.

Men &

An online resource offering trusted, accessible support, information and resources for the complex mental and relational health challenges men face.