If you are in danger or require emergency assistance, dial 911.
If you are in crisis because of a sexual assault-related issue, call our 24-hour Sexual Assault Crisis Line at 306-244-2224.
What is the Sexual Assault Crisis Line?
This is a 24-hour service staffed by trained volunteers. If are in crisis, need someone to meet you at the hospital, or just want someone to talk to, calling the Crisis Line will get you help.
I have the number in my phone in case I need it –Female Survivor
Who calls the Crisis Line?
We provide information, referrals, and support to anyone dealing with issues related to sexual assault, child sexual abuse, and memories of childhood sexual abuse.
It was reassuring to have someone to call and talk to who was trained in trauma response. –Female Survivor
Is my call confidential?
Absolutely! You can choose to remain anonymous. If you are asked for identifying information it’s for statistical data purposes and you can choose not to answer.
If you have knowledge or suspicion of the sexual abuse of a child (under 16 years of age) you have a duty to report this to the Ministry of Social Services. If you provide identifying information about a victim or perpetrator of child sexual abuse during the call, we have a duty to report to the Ministry on your behalf.
I need support at the hospital or police station—what do I do?
Call the Crisis Line, explain your situation, and ask the volunteer to meet you. Don’t have transportation? We can arrange for a taxi for you.
I don’t live in Saskatoon. Are there other crisis lines available in Saskatchewan?
Yes! Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan has up-to-date listings.
Do I have to call the Crisis Line? Can I get help at your office?
Help is available at our office. Call 306-244-2294 for more information or to make an appointment.