SSAIC acknowledges that we operate on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. We pay our respect to the First Nations and Métis ancestors of this place, and recognize the harm done to Indigenous peoples through colonization, Residential Schools, and the Sixties Scoop. This legacy of inter-generational trauma is one of the reasons why our agency was created. We commit to working towards reconciliation, and reaffirm our relationship with one another.
- Who We Are & What We Do
The Saskatoon Sexual Assault & Information Centre is a Saskatoon-based, non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to taking a leadership role in responding to sexualized violence in our community.
We have a vibrant team—from administrative support to counselors, our executive director to our Board, SSAIC employs professionals who are passionate about ending sexual violence and supporting survivors of sexual abuse, assault, and harassment.
As part of our vision and philosophy our services are available to those affected by all forms of sexualized violence, their families, the general public, and other support or service providers.
Looking for an employment opportunity with SSAIC? Any open positions are listed here.
- Our Services
SSAIC offers individual and group counselling services to all victims of sexual violence, regardless of gender or sexual orientation.
- Our Clients
All genders, races, religions, and romantic orientations welcome!
For the safety of our clientele, we do not serve perpetrators of sexual violence. See next bullet point for information.
… Anyone 12 years of age or older who has been sexually abused or assaulted, regardless of whether this occurred in childhood, last night, or many years ago
…Parents of children who have been sexually abused
…Individuals who have been affected by the sexual violence inflicted on family, friends, and loved ones
…Adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse
…Folx from the LGBTQ2S community
- Services for Perpetrators of Sexual Violence
For the safety of our clientele, we do not serve perpetrators of sexual violence.
For help, please visit the links below, or contact the Saskatoon Health Region.
CoSA Canada (Website)
Sexual Offender Treatment Program (PDF, Saskatoon Health Region)