When Crisis Hits, We Help Put the Pieces Back Together.
Our victim services are free and confidential and provide comprehensive support in your hour of need. From making a phone call to family or a friend, to court assistance and referrals to counselling services, we offer a continuum of services to meet your most critical needs.
Our trained, experienced and caring volunteers can make all the difference.We know that crime has a destructive influence upon individuals and families. This influence can be even more devastating when the crime is personal. To a victim of crime, the demoralizing consequences can remain evident for days, weeks, months or even years after the event.
We serve the City of Spruce Grove, the Town of Stony Plain, the County of Parkland, portions of the County of Lac Ste. Anne, the Village of Onoway, the Village of Alberta Beach, the Village of Wabamun, the Hamlet of Duffield, the Village of Spring Lakes, the Summer Viliage of West Cove, the Summer Village of Val Quentin, the Hamlet of Gunn, the Village of Sunset Point, the Paul First Nation and the Enoch Cree Nation.
How can we help you?
Victim Services Society of Stony Plain, Spruce Grove and District, in cooperation with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, voluntarily provides immediate support, information, referrals and ongoing supportive assistance to victims of crime, trauma, and natural disasters, as well as preventative education to the public.
OFFICE HOURS: Monday - Friday: 8:30AM - 4:30PM
"Made me feel that I mattered"
I really appreciated all the help I got from the Victim Service ladies. They really made me feel I mattered and gave me lots of information about people who I should contact to help with my issue.
~ Anonymous (Spruce Grove, Alberta)
"Thanks for being there with me!"
The Stony VSU advocate was a big help explaining the process and making me less stressed out when I had to go to court as a victim of a crime. I don't think I could of done it without them. Thanks for being there with me!
~ Anonymous (Parkland County, Alberta)
"May God bless you all."
Thank you for sending a volunteer to be with me when my husband was injured. My family and kids all live away now and I would have had no one to be with me through the shock of it. May God bless you all.
~ Anonymous (Enoch, Alberta)