Every SSAIC publication is available here on our website for download. SSAIC invites you to download these pamphlets and fact sheets for personal use or to use in-office or as referral material.

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 SSAIC as the source and provide a link to the original material on our website.

SSAIC Pamphlets & Booklets

SSAIC Programs and Services

I’ve Just Been Sexually Assaulted

Recovering from Childhood Sexual Abuse

Supporting Survivors of Sexual Violence

Resources for Survivors of Sexual Violence in Saskatoon

Prevention Work With Your Child (For Parents)

Parenting a Child that has been Sexually Abused (For Parents)

What to Expect when Reporting a Sexual Assault

Gender Identity & Sexual Violence in the LGBTQ2S Community

Sexual Orientation & Sexual Violence in the LGBTQ2S Community

Sexual Violence Prevention & Intervention for Youth: A Guide for Teachers, Caregivers & Support Workers

External Resources for Survivors

Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission (support for sexual harassment)

The Listen Project (through PLEA) – two hours of free legal advice for survivors of sexualized violence in Saskatchewan

The Shift Project (through PLEA) – two hours of free legal advice for survivors of sexual harassment in the workplace

Enough Already – a resource on workplace sexual harassment that provides free, trauma-informed employment coaching to survivors and sensitivity training to employers.

Hope Restored Canada – a national organization and local safe house for survivors of human trafficking

The Facts: Sexual Assault & Harassment (webpage, Canadian Women’s Foundation)

Kids Help Phone (website, phone and chat support) By texting CONNECT to 686868, you can chat confidentially with a trained, volunteer Crisis Responder for support with any issue — big or small. Available 24/7/365, all services are confidential.

Is That Legal? (PDF, West Coast LEAF) This plain language legal guide was developed for youth as part of our Legal Responses to Cyber Misogyny project. It explains what the law says about five common online situations that young people may experience.

Sexual Abuse of the Elderly (website, US-based)

Sex and U – your trusted resource for sexual and reproductive health (website, The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada)

Abuse Free Sport Helpline provides professional listening and referral services by phone or text at 1-888-83-SPORT (77678) or by email at info@abuse-free-sport.ca, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern Time, seven days a week.

Canadian Centre for Child Protection – National tipline for reporting child sexual abuse or online exploitation and many great resources for caregivers and professionals.

Reconciliation-Related Resources

Coping With Emotional Reactions: Residential School Survivor Crisis Line (Website and brochure, Health Canada)

Hope for Wellness – offers immediate mental health counselling and crisis intervention to all Indigenous peoples across Canada; can request phone support in Cree, Ojibway, and Inuktitut languages.

Be a ConnectR (Website, Saskatoon-based reconciliation content)

How to be an Indigenous Ally (PDF, content and research by Dakota Swiftwolfe Layout and design by Leilani Shaw)

Office of the Treaty Commissioner (OTC) – Reconciliation Saskatoon (Website)

Wanuskewin Events Calendar (Website)

For Sexual Offenders:

CoSA Canada (website)

Sexual Offender Treatment Program (PDF, Saskatoon Health Authority)