- Immediate Danger or Medical Emergency
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 and community support contact numbers.
- Our Services Are Free and Confidential
SSAIC offers individual and group counselling services to survivors of sexual abuse/assault in Saskatoon and surrounding area, and a limited number of sessions for family, friends, spouses, or other supporters of people who have been victimized.
- Our Clients
All genders, races, religions, and romantic orientations welcome!
For the safety of our clientele, we do not serve perpetrators of sexual violence.
… 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 abuse/assault of family, friends, and loved ones
…LGBTQ2S survivors of sexual violence
…Adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse
…Men who have been victims of sexual violence in childhood or as an adult
- Residential School & Inter-generational Trauma
We recognize that the legacy of the Canadian Residential School System has left a legacy of inter-generational trauma. There is a national, toll-free 24-hour crisis line for Indian Residential School Survivor Support that you can call, and of course our crisis line and counselling services are also available.
Hope for Wellness offers immediate mental health counselling and crisis intervention to all Indigenous peoples across Canada; you can request phone support in Cree, Ojibway, and Inuktitut languages.
- Refer a friend or loved one
If you are on this page looking for information on behalf of a friend or loved one, you can refer them to SSAIC.