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The safety of our clients and staff members is a priority at RSAC. The low COVID numbers in the southern part of our province has allowed more in-person sessions, particularly for those with barriers to distance counselling (tech/safety); however, masking and distancing are still in place in-office.
Awareness to Action Conference
Please join us (virtually) this Fall to learn from experts on sexual violence trauma and impacts, as well as programs, skills and tools you can use to recognize trauma responses and support victims/survivors within the context of our social systems and community agencies. See our website for information about our two keynotes and to register. Full schedule will be posted mid-September.
Our team consists of seven members and is continuously growing. Our amazing staff continuously demonstrate commitment and passion towards the issue of sexual violence in our community. We would also like to recognize our volunteers for the integral role they have in keeping our organization going.
Forty years ago our doors opened as the Regina Women's Community Centre in response to women's rights movements and the need for women centered support. The Centre changed its name to Regina Sexual Assault Centre in 2013 to reflect the diversity of the individuals we support, and to be more inclusive and accessible for everyone affected by sexual violence.
Our vision is to have a safe community for everyone. We wish to reduce the risk of sexual violence through education, prevention, advocacy, and systemic change.
You can turn your vehicle donation into generous dollars to support Regina Sexual Assault Centre! Working on our behalf, Donate a Car Canada will accept your vehicle for donation -- running, or not! Old or new!
There is no cost to you, and the process is incredibly easy! Donate a Car Canada will facilitate all aspects of your car donation from the pick up to the final sale, ensuring that your vehicle will be sold for the highest sale outcome possible. They will then forward the net proceeds on to us here at Regina Sexual Assault Centre and we will send you a tax receipt!
If you work with individuals who have experienced sexual violence (you investigate, plan, support, counsel, teach), this conference will provide critical information about theories of trauma and share knowledge about programs/practices and skills that participants can use in their work.