Empowering Victims and alleviating the impact of crime-related trauma
St. Albert Victim Services provides support and assistance to victims of crime and tragedy enabling them to access the information and resources they need to move forward with their lives.
What it's like to work with us
"A caring & judgement-free space where victims can feel empowered & supported."View Our Services
The justice system can be hard to navigate
We provide access to resources and educate our clients on what to expect throughout the process.
Our highly trained staff provide a caring and judgement-free space where victims can feel empowered and support.
Together, we accompany our clients through each step, ensuring they never feel alone.
We are a charitable not-for-profit organization. We appreciate and value all donations made by our generous supporters. Please consider a donation today
Recruiting Volunteer Court Advocates
We are hiring volunteer court advocates for victim services! Please send your resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Board Volunteer Ad
The St. Albert Victim Services Association (SAVSA) is currently seeking up to five (5) additional Directors to join our Board for up to a three-year term of office. Please see the attached document for more information. If you are interested, please submit your expression of interest with an attached resume or CV to recruit.SAVSA@gmail.com
Come join us for a presentation for Victims of Crime Week
Break the cycle of domestic violence with just a few words.
Presentation by Sagesse
Wednesday, May 18th 2022
Zoom 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Please register at email@example.com by Tuesday, May 17th 2022.
St Albert Victim Services is currently looking for Volunteer Advocates to join our organization.
Are you a caring, compassionate and understanding individual who wants to give back to their community ?
Would you like to be part of a supportive and dynamic team that is committed to serving people in times of tragedy?
For more information, please call Melinda, St. Albert Victim Services Volunteer Coordinator, at 780 458 – 4353.