If you are in immediate danger, or if this is a medical emergency, dial 911 for emergency response. For your convenience, we have curated a list of other emergency contact numbers.
To connect with our 24-Hour Crisis Line, call 306-244-2224 for support, next steps, and appropriate referrals. This is intended to be a service for emergencies only. If you require counselling support, please contact our office for an appointment.
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 forensic medical exams, we have answers. Forensic kits are not required in order to access medical treatment. We can also answer your questions about reporting your abuse/assault to the police or you can get your answers directly from the Saskatoon Police Service website.
If you are worried that a child is being sexually abused, or a child has told you that they have been sexually abused, here’s what you need to know and do (the Saskatoon Police Service website also has information available).
If someone tells you that they are a survivor of sexualized 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. Alternately, if you are a professional who is likely to handle disclosures of sexual violence (school counsellor, mental health professional, human resources professional, etc.) you might consider taking our First Responder to Sexual Assault course.
For other information, visit our list of community resources, including sheltering and mental health programs.