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#1 John


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Posted 30 August 2008 - 09:30 AM

Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton

Suite #205 14964 121A Avenue
Edmonton AB T5V 1A3
Tel./Tél: (780) 423-4102
Fax/Télec: (780) 421-8734
Email/Courriel: info@sace.ab.ca

Crisis Line: (780) 423-4121
TTY: (780) 420-1482

The Sexual Assault Centre now provides free services with two different programs: public education and direct service through a 24-hour crisis line, crisis intervention, short-term counseling and numerous groups.

Website/Site web: http://www.sace.ab.ca

Updated/mise-à-jour: 17-08-05

About SACE

The Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton (SACE) exists:
to empower individuals affected by sexual abuse and assault, and
to empower communities to take action against sexual violence.
In 1975, a national report identified Edmonton as the "Sexual Assault Capital of Canada." This prompted Edmontonians concerned about the sexual violence in our community and the lack of services available to survivors of this violence to come together. In 1976, when the Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton first opened, a part-time coordinator and a number of dedicated volunteers provided a crisis line. From there we have continued to grow.
The Sexual Assault Centre provides the following free services:

1) public education;
2) 24-hour crisis line;
3) crisis intervention;
4) short-term and group counselling; and
5) diversity outreach program.

All services of the Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton are provided within our belief structure.

If you are considering becoming a volunteer please see our volunteering section.
To learn more about whats going on at SACE see our events section, and be sure to take a look at our Annual General Meeting Report.
If you have any questions, please feel free to Contact Us

NOTE: These links are offered as a source of information only and in no way should their presence on this page be read as an endorsement by the Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton of any of the information contained therein.
Alberta Association of Sexual Assault Centres - http://www.aasac.ca/...er_agencies.php
Alberta Council of Women's Shelters - http://www.acws.ca/
Edmonton Police Service - http://www.police.edmonton.ab.ca/
Edmonton John Howard - Victim's Assistance - http://www.johnhoward.org/
Site on domestice violence - http://www.violetnet.org/
Kids Help Phone - http://www.kidshelp.sympatico.ca/
Alberta Human Rights Commission - http://www.albertahumanrights.ab.ca/
Canadian Human Rights Commission - http://www.chrc-ccdp.ca/
Centre for Research on Violence Against Women and Children - http://www.uwo.ca/violence/
National Clearinghouse on Family Violence - http://www.phac-aspc...ence/index.html
BC Women's Hospital - http://www.bcwomensfoundation.org/
Dublin Rape Crisis Centre - http://www.drcc.ie/

Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse

7th Floor, 320 – 5th Ave. SE, YWCA Mary Dover Building
Calgary AB T2G 0E5
Tel./Tél: (403) 237-6905
Fax/Télec: (403) 264-8355
Email/Courriel: info@calgarycasa.com

Crisis Line: (403) 237-5888
TTY: (403) 508-7888

Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse (CCASA), is the primary organization that provides sexual abuse and sexual assault services to Calgary and the surrounding areas.

Website/Site web: http://www.calgarycasa.com

Updated/mise-à-jour: 01-09-05

Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse

7th Floor, 320 – 5th Ave. SE, YWCA Mary Dover Building
Calgary AB T2G 0E5
Tel./Tél: (403) 237-6905
Fax/Télec: (403) 264-8355
Email/Courriel: info@calgarycasa.com

Crisis Line: (403) 237-5888
TTY: (403) 508-7888

Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse (CCASA), is the primary organization that provides sexual abuse and sexual assault services to Calgary and the surrounding areas.

Website/Site web: http://www.calgarycasa.com

Updated/mise-à-jour: 01-09-05

105-4818 Gaetz Avenue
Red Deer AB T4N 4A3Tel./Tél: (403) 340-1124
Fax/Télec: (403) 340-1163
Email/Courriel: cenabsac@telusplanet.net

Formerly the Central Alberta Sexual Assault Centre.

Website/Site web: http://www.mycommuni...tion.com/casac/

Updated/mise-à-jour: 07-03-05

Lethbridge Family Services - Counselling and Education

1107 - 2nd Avenue A North
Lethbridge AB T1H 0E6
Tel./Tél: (403) 327-5724
Fax/Télec: (403) 329-4924
Email/Courriel: outreach@lethbridge-family-services.com

Services for those who have been sexually assaulted.

Website/Site web: http://www.lethbridg.../counseling.cfm

Updated/mise-à-jour: 15-08-05

Lloydminister Sexual Assault Centre

Box 2033
Lloydminister AB S9V 1R5
Tel./Tél: (403) 875-8255
Fax/Télec: (403) 825-9557
Email/Courriel: tstafflsaic@sasktel.net

Crisis Line: (306) 825-8255

Lloydminster Sexual Assault and Information Centre's primary role is to provide crisis intervention, support, and education to victims/survivors of sexual abuse. The Centre works closely with community organizations to assure survivors receive the best possible service and referrals to appropriate agencies.

Website/Site web: http://www.lsaic.com

Updated/mise-à-jour: 15-08-05

Medicine Hat Sexual Assault Centre
Medicine Hat AB
Crisis: (800) 667-8089

PACE Sexual Assault Centre

2 10118-101 Avenue
Grande Prairie AB T8V 0Y2
Tel./Tél: (780) 539-6692
Fax/Télec: (780) 538-0960
Email/Courriel: pacegp@telus.net

Child Abuse Treatment Program- (204) 539-6692
Genesis Program-This program provides services to adults sexually assaulted as children - (204) 539-6692
Family Support Program -provides a range of support services to youth and family with Child Welfare/Family Enhancement status - (204) 539-6692
PACE Women’s Drop-In Group (Tuesday Evenings 6:30 pm–8:30 pm) - provides confidential support, information and resources in a number of different areas including: developing and maintaining healthy relationships; setting limits and boundaries and building confidence (204) 539-6652
Crisis Intervention Training Program - Provides Crisis Intervention training for front line workers. (204) 539-6692
P.A.C.E. Public Education - (204) 539-6692
Suicide Prevention Resource Center - (204) 539-6680
The Breakfast Club Program - co-ed psycho-educational program for adolescents with coping problems, depression, or suicidal thoughts or behaviors. (204) 539-7142

Website/Site web: http://grandeprairie.aasac.ca/

Updated/mise-à-jour: 15-08-05

Sexual Assault Program, Fort McMurray Family Crisis Society

Box 6165
Fort McMurray AB T9H 4W1
Tel./Tél: (780) 791-6708
Fax/Télec: (780) 791-5560
Email/Courriel: sexualassault.couns@shawcable.com

24 hour crisis line: (780) 791-6708
The Fort McMurray Sexual Assault Program, as part of the Fort McMurray Family Crisis Society, is a non-profit organization. We serve the citizens of Fort McMurray and surrounding areas.

Website/Site web: http://fortmcmurray.aasac.ca/

Updated/mise-à-jour: 17-08-05

Strathcona Sexual Assault Centre

44 - 50 Brentweood Blvd
Sherwood Park AB T8A 2H5
Tel./Tél: (780) 449-0900
Fax/Télec: (780) 416-2393
Email/Courriel: ssac@interbaun.com

Crisis line: (780) 423-4121
Distress line: (780) 482-4357
The Strathcona Sexual Assault Centre is dedicated to the prevention and eradication of sexual assault and sexual abuse. Our office is located in Sherwood Park and we serve the areas of Strathcona County and Fort Saskatchewan.

Website/Site web: http://www.strathcona.aasac.ca/

Updated/mise-à-jour: 15-08-05

Survivors of Incest Anonymous

# 170, 1919B - 4 Street SW
Calgary AB T2S 1W4
Tel./Tél: (403) 244-7995

Supports group for sexual abuse survivors.

Updated/mise-à-jour: 29-05-03

University of Alberta Sexual Assault Centre

2 - 705 Students' Union Building
Edmonton AB T6G 2J7
Tel./Tél: (780) 492-9771
Fax/Télec: (780) 492-3804
Email/Courriel: tatiana.loverso@ualberta.ca

The University of Alberta Sexual Assault Centre, as part of University Student Services, provides a safe place on campus where unconditional support, confidentiality, respect, and advocacy are available for those affected by sexual assault.

Website/Site web: http://www.uofaweb.ualberta.ca/sac/

#2 OpenEyes

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Posted 31 March 2015 - 05:12 AM

Hi dears  :hi:


I'm new here and posted in WELCOME first


Now I'd like to know if anyone has informations about a support group in Calgary ?

I'm gonna move there soon and need this support asap  :friends2:  :bighug:

I'm leaving my country because it became unbearable to live here, it's like faing up my abusers all time long, I'm not able anymore  :drool:  :zip:  :nonono:  :ohmy:  :bye:


it makes me feel so sick and my life is a burden I can't carry anymore

So I need a change, a LOOOOONNNNG distance between them (my family and its denial  :no2:  :nonono: ) and me  :tear:


I thought nobody would understand how hard it is for me to stay here, but since I started to talk my truth I think a different way


There might be some people to understand that staying here means "DYING"   :(


So if you have any informations about a group of survivors of incest and sexual assaults in Calgary; please tell me


I went on the website mentioned above here, but didn't get any answer to my email yet


I'm leaving next may and time flies ... I must say that I'm getting stressed :sneeze:  not having any contact there already


Hope you can help



#3 nycgirl

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Posted 31 March 2015 - 09:27 PM

Hi OpenEyes,


This may help you locate a Survivor Support Group in Calgary Canada.

I do not know what the zip code for Calgary is?



#4 OpenEyes

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Posted 02 April 2015 - 01:40 PM

thank you nycgirl  :ThankYou: 


I've already looked on meet up but didn't find any group

I'm sure I'll find something and anyway it is nice from you to help  :date: 


I use large fonts because I'm visually impaired, not because I have a big ego  :laugh3: