If you are in immediate danger, or if this is a medical emergency, dial 911 for emergency response. For your convenience, we have listed other emergency contact numbers.
To connect with the Sexual Assault Crisis Line, call 306-244-2224. One of our volunteers can provide information, help arrange for your transportation to the hospital or police station and/or meet you there for support.
If you are the victim of a recent sexual assault this is the information you need to help you in the short-term.
If you have questions about rape kits (also known as forensic kits), we have answers. Forensic kits are not required in order to access medical treatment.
If you are looking for a definition of sexual assault, please review this information.
If someone tells you that they are a survivor of sexual violence, there are many ways to support them. We have some suggestions to help you deal with a disclosure so that the survivor feels supported and empowered.
If you are worried that a child is being sexually abused, or a child has told you that he/she has been sexually abused, here’s what you need to know and do.
We can also answer your questions about reporting your abuse/assault to the police.