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Kids on the block  (KOtB)

Our qualified counselling staff provide free, confidential counselling to anyone impacted by sexual assault, sexual abuse and interpersonal violence.  Our Centre provides educational programs tailored to groups and organizations who wish to learn more about these issues.


For more than 40 years, the Regina Sexual Assault Centre, formerly the Regina Women's Community Centre, has been dedicated to supporting those who have been impacted by sexual assault, child sexual abuse and interpersonal violence.

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  • ​The Centre is currently hiring a part-time facilitator to assist in delivering our Kids on the Block presentations.  This is a busy position well suited for a dynamic, creative individual with core knowledge of child safety and abuse.  See under our Careers section for more information.
  • ​A step forward:  the re-trying of Bradley Barton in the death of Cindy Gladue.  #nomorestolensisters   Read more here.
  • Please join us and others for an evening at the Artful Dodger on October 26th to discuss the Media and its impact on Sexual Assault.  Our agency will be there to provide information and support to those present.
  • Staff have been busy doing education and outreach in our community and beyond. Our September and October events include:  the Story of U podcast, Fort Qu'Appelle Health Fair, Sask Polytechnic Sexual Health Fair, 2 day Victim Services training in Moose Jaw, 33 Kids on the Block presentations, an Aboriginal Transition Fair at the Edmonton Institute for Women, breakout sessions for the YWCA Power of Being You youth conference in Regina, Take Back the Night in Moose Jaw on October 27th and a special event on October 26th at the Artful Dodger about Media and Sexual Assault.​  If you would like more information about any of these events, please call our office at 306-522-2777.

On October 19th, the former executive director of RSAC was sentenced to three years for fraud.  You may read our media release here.  We continue, as always, to be committed to the people we serve and our community.  The actions of this one individual in no way represent the values, mission and vision of the organization or the people who work here.  Questions can be forwarded to the executive director at lisa.rsac@sasktel.net  

"NO" IS A COMPLETE SENTENCE.

IT DOES NOT REQUIRE JUSTIFICATION OR AN EXPLANATION.

Our agency offers free counselling to anyone impacted by sexual and interpersonal violence.  Donations by individuals and companies help us continue to offer support, advocacy and education.  Clickhere to see examples of how your donations are spent.

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Our Mission

EDUCATION


SUPPORT

We are here. 

24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The Regina Sexual Assault Centre is an inclusive, non-profit organization of trained counsellors and advocates who are dedicated to helping reduce the trauma of interrelationship violence and sexual assault.

ADVOCACY

Kids on the Block Regina is part of an international puppet-based education program. Our program focuses on delivering messages about personal safety, bullying and abuse prevention to children in Regina schools and community-based organizations.

We are currently recruiting new volunteers for our Crisis Line.  An excellent opportunity for anyone who wants to make a difference in people's lives and gain experience and knowledge about sexual violence.  Click on the link above for more information.

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24 HOUR CRISIS LINE

306-352-0434

​Toll Free 1-844-952-0434

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VOLUNTEER WITH US

 

The Regina Sexual Assault Centre has volunteer opportunities available for those who wish to make a difference. We accept applications from potential volunteers for the 24/7 Crisis Line, Kids on the Block puppet program and our Board of Directors.