Julietta’s Place is a programming opportunity for women and children fleeing domestic violence. Julietta’s Place is a safe, secure and affordable facility that offers families in home case management; providing supports, skills and wrap around resources to transition into living a life free from domestic violence.
Intensive in Home Case Management
The team at Julietta’s Place are trained case managers that will meet with you in your home two to three times per week to work on specific goals with you and your family. Some of the goals will include (but are not limited to) safety planning, crisis planning, budgeting, connections to community resources, advocating on your behalf when necessary and other goals specifically related to your journey to recovery.
One on One & Group Support
The team will meet you where you are comfortable to facilitate numerous programs around understanding domestic violence, identifying and building healthy relationships, parenting support and skills, empowerment and self-love, youth programming and respite.
We facilitate numerous groups for youth and children that focus on communication, empowerment, strengthening and building relationships, managing anxiety, anger control and establishing healthy habits.
We have trained Thera play staff, which is a family therapy focusing on building and enhancing attachment, self-esteem, trust building and joyful engagement.
Both you and your children will have access to a licensed therapist who helps individuals cope with the trauma that is often experienced through intimate partner violence.
If you would like more information regarding Julietta’s Place please call 403-347-2480.
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In Memory of Julietta Sorensen
Julietta Sorensen was a long time resident of Red Deer, Together with her husband Gordon, they operated what is now Prairie Bus Lines and were pioneers in the early delivery of a transit system to the City of Red Deer. Julietta was respected and well known for her kind and compassionate heart, as she generously gave of herself to help others. This often meant, especially during wartime, opening her home to strangers seeking shelter and a hot meal. Julietta Sorensen passed away in April 2004, at 96 years of age.