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SACE Support and Information Line

The SACE Support and Information Line is available daily from 9 am to 9 pm. This line is available for anyone who has experienced sexual assault or abuse, as well as to those who are supporting anyone impacted by it.

Alberta’s One Line for Sexual Violence

Additional options are available, with the same hours every day, as part of our partnership on the Alberta’s One Line for Sexual Violence. For chat, visit us here at and see the orange pop-up window. For text, toll-free long distance, or for support through an interpreter for languages other than English.

For anyone who has experienced sexual assault, whether recently or a long time ago, these lines can help by providing supportive listening and important information about sexual violence. The conversation is led by the caller, and the caller will never have to talk about anything they don’t want to talk about. Supporters can learn more about how to be there for someone, and get support for themselves around any feelings that may come up.

Please note: We always do our best to ensure that conversations are confidential, but there are some circumstances in which we may have to break this confidentiality. If it is known or suspected that anyone under the age of 18 is being hurt, Albertans are legally obligated to make a report to Child and Family Services. Additionally, if we suspect someone might harm themselves or others we may be required to reach out to authorities. In both of these instances contacting authorities is our last resort; we value and work to preserve the confidentiality of our calls.

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