Community Engagement

A table and banner displaying Survivor's Hope Crisis Centre information and brochures

Our objective is to provide relevant information by being responsive to the needs of community members and offer resources through various means to increase awareness of issues relating to sexual violence, provide connection to survivors and secondary victims, youth, community members, community groups, and service providers.

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.

Reaching Out connects with the community through:

  • Attendance at various community health and wellness events
  • Creation and facilitation of workshops tailored to the needs of the receiver
  • Creation and distribution of a variety of printed resources (brochures, posters, information cards, resource guides, etc)
  • Social media (Facebook & Instagram)
  • Hosting educational and awareness-raising events
  • Quarterly Survivor’s Hope E-mail Newsletter – Click HERE to sign up
  • Contributions to regional newspapers, radio news stories, and digital media
  • Inter-agency network meetings

If you or your organization is interested in receiving more information or inviting us to attend a community resource fair or wellness event, please fill out the form below, call our office at 204-753-5353 or e-mail

To learn more about our workshops, visit: Workshops



Take Back the Night Selkirk - April 27,2 024. Rally Begins 7:30pm. March to Follow. Opening Prayer & Water Ceremony. Light refreshments & resources available. Selkirk Waterfront. Corner of Eveline Street and Manitoba Avenue. Everyone welcome. Survivor's Hope Crisis Centre.

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