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Our vision is a community where people impacted by sexual violence are believed and offered caring guidance to heal, and the attitudes and behaviours that contribute to a community free of sexual violence are developed and sustained.

Below is a range of professional, essential services that SACE offers to people of all ages, genders, backgrounds, abilities, and sexual orientations.

Support & Information Line

Support & Information Line

Support and information is available from 9 am to 9 pm daily by phone, text, or chat, for anyone who has experienced sexual violence, and their supporters.

Adult Counselling

Adult Counselling

Counselling at SACE focuses on building emotional stability and providing tools to support clients with their healing. It is never too late to begin this journey.

Child & Youth Counselling

Child & Youth Counselling

Counselling for children and youth is tailored to the developmental level and needs of the young person, and is usually facilitated through play or creative expression.

Group Counselling

Group Counselling

We offer a variety of processing groups for people to continue their healing journey in a community of people with shared experiences.

Community Counselling

Community Counselling

We work to increase inclusivity and cultural relevance of support services and reduce barriers through collaborative delivery of support and education programming tailored to the needs of identified communities.

Police & Court Support

Police & Court Support

Going to court can be confusing, scary, and triggering. Our Police and Court Support program is designed to help people through the whole process, whether they are a client at SACE or not.

Public Education

Public Education

We offer tailored education sessions and online courses for groups and communities to build their capacity to prevent, address, and to supportively respond to those impacted by sexual violence.

Institutional Support

Institutional Support

We offer expert support to not-for-profit and for-profit organizations of varying sizes who are developing their own infrastructure and capacity to prevent and appropriately respond to sexual violence.

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