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A Brief History of SSAIC
In December 1975, the Saskatoon Rape Crisis Line opened its doors with a six-month grant, a paid coordinator, and volunteers. They established credibility with police, hospitals, crown prosecutor offices, and many other groups throughout the City of Saskatoon that SSAIC continues to partner with on a regular basis.
Today, SSAIC’s programs and services have expanded to full-time counselling for female and male survivors of sexual violence, a child sexual abuse prevention program delivered by over 45 volunteers to Grade 4 classrooms in Saskatoon, and public education and professional development programs.
We continue to champion the Crisis Line service, with over 40 volunteers providing survivors with emotional support, information and accompaniment to the hospital or police station as needed.
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