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Family violence may include some or all of the following behaviours: physical abuse, psychological abuse, criminal harassment/stalking, verbal abuse, sexual abuse, financial abuse and spiritual abuse.
Victims of family violence include spouses, dating and common-law partners, people in same-sex and LGBTQ* relationships, children and teens, people with disabilities and older adults. In families, an abusive person can use many tactics to gain power over another family member.
The card will list the names of all eligible family members and their identification numbers.
You need to show this card to your doctor, dentist, pharmacist, optician or ambulance attendant each time you or a family member receives a service paid for by the Alberta Adult Health Benefit plan.
To ensure confidentiality, the Health Benefit Centre will only provide general information about a program or benefit. Please do not include personal details such as your Social Insurance Number, Date of Birth, Banking Information or Personal Health Number.
This 24 hour number is toll-free and available 7 days a week.A victim of family violence has the right to: You should NOT confront a violent person. To ensure their safety, you need to talk to them about what is going on. An abuser can track your Internet activities, including websites you have visited and searches you have done.There are ways to cover your tracks online but you need to be careful.It includes children up to age 18, and up to age 20 if they live at home and are attending high school. If your income or circumstances have changed significantly in the last year or if someone in your household has high health costs, exceptions may be made. To receive health benefits, you and members of your family must live in Alberta and be Canadian citizens or have permanent residence status in Canada, and must not be receiving health benefits from other government programs.Refugees and refugee claimants who are not receiving health benefits from any other source may also apply for this program.
This section contains an image of a body divided into sections such as head, chest, back abdomen, arms, and legs. There is also a list of links under the heading of Other Symptoms.