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The safety of our clients and staff members is a top priority at Regina Sexual Assault Centre. The recent increase of active cases in Regina has led to our difficult decision to cease in-person counselling and return to distance counselling – with the exception of youth aged 15 and under.
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.