SARAH sexual assault crisis intervention workers are still available 24/7 through the COVID-19 pandemic. We provide emotional support, information on options, referrals, and support services for those affected by sexual assault of any sex, gender, or background who are 16 and older. You can connect with a SARAH worker 24/7 through local RCMP and hospitals for support if you have just experienced sexual violence. Support will be offered via phone. Free ongoing individual counselling is available by appointment only for anyone in the Interlake Eastern Region of Manitoba who has experienced sexual violence.
offering hope and validation for those affected by sexualized violence
SADI works with regional schools to support youth in the development of healthy self-esteem and healthy relationships. We share information with students in grades 6-12 through age-appropriate workshops. Education and awareness provide youth with skills that help them to recognize and deal with abusive situations.
preparing youth for strong healthy and respectful relationships
Reaching Out works with communities and service providers to improve support for survivors and victims of sexualized violence and relationship abuse. We deliver general presentations or customized training events on a wide variety of topics related to sexualized violence, exploitation, relationship abuse, and trauma. We also share content through social media and printed materials. We want to empower everyone to offer hope and safety to those affected by sexualized violence.
engaging communities empowering individuals and equipping a safe world for all
Survivor’s Hope Crisis Centre Inc. is a registered charitable organization. Donations to support our programs are gratefully accepted and receipts for tax purposes will be issued.
Your financial contributions can be mailed to:
Survivor’s Hope Crisis Centre Inc.,
Pinawa Manitoba R0E 1L0