Survivor’s Sanctuary is an invitation to choose healing. This fully self-guided platform invites survivors to browse and engage 36 different healing lessons at their own pace. Lessons are broken down into 3 distinct entry points to healing via the mind, body and an integration of mind and body. Healing lessons are offered in 5-minute, 15-minute, and 25+ minute engagements allowing you to work at your own pace. You can lean in to lessons that you are drawn to or try them all. Lessons can be saved for future use, repeated, and added to your list of healing action steps.
Little Warriors is a national charitable organization focused on the awareness, prevention and treatment of child sexual abuse. They advocate on behalf of and with child sexual abuse survivors. At Little Warriors, their missions is to raise awareness and provide information about child sexual abuse, advocate to ensure the rights, needs and interests of children are respected and protected, provide child sexual abuse prevention strategies to adults through education, and provide a treatment facility to help children cope with the devastating effects of child sexual abuse.
Sexual Assault Centres
Phone: 403-955-6030 (CSART information line)
Provides confidential medical care, emotional support, reporting options, forensic examination and evidence collection for people who have been sexually assaulted in the last 7 days ( 168 hours ).
CSART is a team of registered nurses, doctors and crisis counsellors who have specialized training and expertise to support people who have been sexually assaulted.
If you or your child has been sexually assaulted in the last 7 days ( 168 hours ), we can offer confidential services including:
- medical treatment with no police involvement or
- medical treatment with police involvement, forensic exam and evidence collection or
- medical treatment, forensic exam, evidence collection and storage. You can have up to 1 year to decide if you want to report to the police
A crisis counsellor from Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse ( CCASA ) can provide emotional support and strategies for coping after a sexual assault, assess your immediate needs, and follow up with you if you choose.
The Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre (CASASC) is a voluntary, non-profit organization serving the Central Alberta region under the direction of a community-based Board of Directors.
We specialize in healing sexual trauma so you can talk freely about the hard stuff with no judgement. We provide a range of support services for individuals who are affected by sexual violence including counselling, play therapy, police and court support, crisis support and education.
Phone: 403.694.1094 / 1.844.576.2512
Chinook Sexual Assault Centre (CSAC) is a stand-alone organization that provides leadership, advocacy and comprehensive services specific to victims of sexual violence within Southwestern Alberta.
Healing starts with believing. Here for all genders and all ages throughout Southwestern Alberta.
Located in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Pace Community Support, Sexual Assault & Trauma Centre provides essential community training and sexual assault and trauma services and programs. At Pace Centre we believe that anyone dealing with Sexual Assault, Sexual Abuse, Crisis or Trauma has the right to access skilled, caring and professional supports and services.
SACE is a not-for-profit charitable organization that supports children, youth, and adults who have experienced sexual abuse or assault, and educates the public about sexual violence.
We’re here for all people who have experienced sexual assault. People of any age, gender, sexual orientation, and background can access our services without judgment. Their loved ones need us too—we help them feel confident in the support they’re providing. And when the public is grappling with issues related to sexual assault, SACE is there to educate our community and provide a professional perspective.
To do this, our mandate at SACE is to provide an extensive range of support services for people who experience sexual violence, including: crisis support, counselling, court support, and advocacy. We also aim to foster prevention of sexual violence through direct public education and advisory consultation with groups and agencies undertaking their own prevention efforts.
The University of Alberta Sexual Assault Centre (UASAC) provides drop-in crisis intervention support to survivors of sexual violence and their supporters, as well as comprehensive educational workshops for the campus community. We actively work towards creating a campus community free of sexual violence and operate from a feminist, anti-oppressive, intersectional, trauma-informed, and person-centered framework.
Keeping that in mind, it is important for us to recognize our Centre’s ongoing occupation of ᐊᒥᐢᑲᐧᒋᐋᐧᐢᑲᐦᐃᑲᐣ, or Amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton), Treaty 6 territory and the ancestral home of the Papaschase Cree. We understand that our participation in this colonial project complicates our relationship to anti-sexual violence prevention and education work, as the mere existence of our service is dependent on the continued disregard for Indigenous sovereignty. Acknowledging this complicated relationship is only the beginning of our work; we are committed to unpacking and understanding the responsibility we have to each other and to this land.
All services are free of charge and are available to people of all genders, sexualities, and backgrounds. Each person’s individual recovery process will be respected.
Waypoints helps individuals who have experienced a form of sexual trauma, such as: Childhood Sexual Abuse, Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment.
We have immediate 24 hour telephone support, individual counselling and group counselling services available to those in need.