SSAIC invites you to download these pamphlets and fact sheets for personal use or to use in-office or as referral material.
Note that all of our web pages are printable and you are welcome to use this information in presentations or as educational materials. We request that where you reference our information, you cite Saskatoon Sexual Assault & Information Centre as the source and provide a link to the original material on our website.
Please be advised that while we strive to keep the information on this website up to date, contact information and/or links to external agencies are subject to change.
- Resources for Victims of Sexual Violence
SSAIC Programs and Services (Pamphlet PDF, SSAIC)
Coping With Emotional Reactions: Residential School Survivor Crisis Line (Website and brochure, Health Canada)
If you suspect or know a child is being sexually abused (Fact sheet PDF, SSAIC)
Male Survivors of Sexual Violence (Pamphlet PDF, SSAIC)
I’ve Just Been Sexually Assaulted (Pamphlet PDF, SSAIC)
Recovering from Childhood Sexual Abuse (Pamphlet PDF, SSAIC)
Resources for Survivors of Sexual Violence in Saskatoon (Pamphlet PDF, SSAIC)
Supporting Survivors of Sexual Violence (Pamphlet PDF, SSAIC)
- Learning Resources
Trauma-Informed Interventions through an Indigenous Worldview (Webinar, Western Centre for Research & Education on Violence against Women & Children)
Trauma-Informed Interventions through an Indigenous Worldview
Alcohol/Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault (Fact sheet PDF, SSAIC)
Healthy Relationship Handbook (Pamphlet PDF, SSAIC)
Sexual Abuse vs. Sexual Assault: What’s the Difference? (Fact sheet PDF, SSAIC)
How to be an Indigenous Ally (PDF, content and research by Dakota Swiftwolfe Layout and design by Leilani Shaw)
Sex and U – your trusted resource for sexual and reproductive health (Website, The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada)
- Sexual Harassment and Filing a Human Rights Complaint
- Other Resources
For U of S Students: the uSafe app and information on campus sexual assault policies and procedures
- Resources for Sexual Offenders
CoSA Canada (Website)
Sexual Offender Treatment Program (PDF, Saskatoon Health Region)
- Resources for the Media
Download Femifesto’s UseTheRightWords document, a thorough guide for writing and reporting on sexual assault, including tips for interviewing survivors.
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