November is domestic violence awareness month in Canada, and the #EndTheTrend campaign hosts a variety of educational and inspirational events to raise awareness of the prevalence of domestic violence in our community.


The 2020 #EndTheTrend campaign aims to raise awareness of domestic violence through education, and the sales of Hug. Don't Hurt. non-medical masks. 


All funds raised are directed to Family Service Regina's domestic violence workshops and groups.






Family Service Regina supports individuals and their families who may be dealing with abusive relationships and violence in their home. Offering emotional support, information, assistance with safety planning and helping victims and families find the support they need.



Each year, thousands of people turn to Family Service Regina's Domestic Violence Services for support. If your spouse, dating partner or someone in your family has been abusive, they can help.



**All domestic violence services are free and confidential.


Where to get help. How to help.


Mobile Crisis Helpline

Crisis Counsellors provide support to victims of domestic violence in Regina and rural Saskatchewan 24/7.


Workshops and Groups

Get information, assistance with safety planning, and  other supports you may need




In an emergency, dial 911.

If 911 is not available in your community, call the police or the emergency number listed in the front of your phone book.