We are here to help. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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.
Are you a pregnant or post-natal woman who is experiencing anxiety, depression or other disruptions to mood? See our partners at Family First Doula Service's website for links to information that may help you.
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.
Important work happening to help support pregnant and post-natal women who have a history of sexual violence. Please click on the link below for more information about the work being done and the upcoming CMHA conference.
Thanks to the U of R for putting together this powerful video.
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.
All services offered by the Regina Sexual Assault Centre are free of charge to any individual who has been impacted by sexual and interpersonal violence. Please help us continue the work we do.
24 HOUR CRISIS LINE
Toll Free 1-844-952-0434
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.
Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan (SASS) has received funding for the three-year "Saskatchewan Sexual Violence Action Plan", to improve access to supports for survivors of sexual violence. SASS has developed surveys for residents to complete; survivors, secondary (family/partners/close friends who have supported a survivor) and service providers (police/social workers/counsellors). It is an opportunity to have your voice heard and all surveys are anonymous.