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We will continue to use pre-screening and masking as ways to enhance safety. Staff and clients may have health and immune function concerns that can benefit from added protection and these measures also assist in preventing counsellors from becoming ill, the result of which is cancelled/rescheduled appointments.
We are pleased to be offering our trauma psycho-educational groups to anyone wanting to learn more about trauma and impacts on: the brain, memory and emotion; identity; eating and nutrition; and supporting children. These workshops are free for anyone wanting to safely explore these topics, particularly in conjunction with or before counselling. You can click here for more information or contact Chantelle at email@example.com
These workshops were developed by our partner agency, Saskatoon Sexual Assault and Information Centre, and are for anyone who works or volunteers in organizations who have an increased likelihood of receiving disclosures of sexualized violence by clients, patients or staff. Click here to download the poster for more information and scheduled dates.
We are excited to be developing a short-term dance-centered trauma therapy group. Registration is free, limited to 8 people and is open to anyone; however, there is a pre-screening process to ensure everyone is in a place in their healing to safely participate. We will be providing more information in the near future and will be starting at the end of April 2022.
Our team consists of seven staff members and 1-2 practicum students and is continuously growing. Our amazing staff are committed and passionate about the issue of sexual violence in our community.
We also have 40+ committed volunteers who support our 24/7 crisis and information line and offer a compassionate listening ear when it's needed most.
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 better reflect who we serve, and to be more inclusive and accessible for everyone affected by sexual violence.
As a leader and advocate for survivors of sexual violence, RSAC works within Regina and area to ensure anyone affected by sexual violence is supported.
You can turn your vehicle into generous dollars to support Regina and Area Sexual Assault Centre! Working on our behalf, Donate a Car Canada will accept your vehicle for donation -- running, or not!
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 a portion of the net proceeds to us here at Regina and Area Sexual Assault Centre and we will send you a tax receipt!
Join us on May 17th from 9 a.m. - noon to hear Myrna McCallum speak to how the legal profession can create a more trauma-informed and supportive justice experience for victims of crime. Myrna brings a wealth of personal and professional knowledge to the topic. For more information or to register, click the button below.