Sexual Assault Centre London provides services to survivors of sexual violence in London and Middlesex County.
Our staff and volunteers create safe spaces for survivors to be believed, supported and counselled so that they can begin to heal. Our services are about re-discovering strength, hope and joy both as individuals and as a community. A critical component of our work is helping women and girls recognize their potential as powerful agents of change – promoting equality, working in partnership and making a difference.
We believe that by working together, honouring difference, valuing diversity, leaning into our discomfort, and challenging ourselves we will achieve our vision of a world without sexual violence.
Bienvenue à Sexual Assault Centre London.
Services en français sont disponibles à Carrefour des Femmes. Services confidentiels gratuits pour femmes francophones âgées de 16 ans et plus.
Our Training Community 2016
Join us and fellow community partners (Women's Rural Resource Centre, Women's Community House, Victim Services of Middlesex County & Goodwill Industries) as we come together for a full training day of community building and collaborative growth.
On October 22 2016 at 255 Horton St (Goodwill Building) we will be hosting a training day for community members to discuss a wide variety of topics such as preventive education, community collaboration, Indigenous community healing, & play-based therapies.
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Spots are limited, so register today by emailing: email@example.com
Action ontarienne contre la violence faite aux femmes (AOcVF) and the Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres (OCRCC) produced a dynamic sexual violence prevention campaign. In developing the campaign, they consulted extensively with service providers, grassroots organizations, advocates and survivors. The intent was to create a campaign that represents the ethnic, linguistic, cultural, sexual, economic, and geographic diversity of Ontario.
‘Draw The Line’ is an interactive campaign that aims to engage Ontarians in a dialogue about sexual violence. The campaign challenges common myths about sexual violence and equips bystanders with information on how to intervene safely and effectively. Please visit their site and learn more about Draw The Line.