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Mental Health Resources

A range of resources and community services to help with a number of mental health concerns you might be facing

Supporting Survivors of Sexual Violence Workshop

This workshops is intended for those who are interested in learning about sexual assault, stigma and myth-busting, the impact of sexual violence, consent, and how to respond to disclosures of sexual violence. The workshop is broken down into several sections, with knowledge checks in each.

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Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton (SACE)

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The Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton (SACE) exists to support people impacted by sexual violence and engage communities to promote respect and uphold a culture of consent.


- Free and confidential counselling
- Court support program
- Support and Information Line (9am - 9pm daily*)
- Public education and resources
- 780.423.4102 or
*Usually 24/7 support but reduced hours due to COVID-19. Check website for updates.

Saffron Centre

TSaffron Centre Logohe Saffron Centre provides counselling services to those who have suffered from sexual violence, as well as those support persons, family members, etc., of someone who has experienced sexual violence. They also provide proactive education regarding sexual violence to all individuals and to empower all to end sexual violence by the next generation.

- Counselling available on sliding fee scale
- Police and court support program
- Public education and resources
- 780-449-0900 or

Sexual Assault Response Team

Emergency Room – Sexual Assault Response Team
- Specially trained Registered Nurses (sexual assault care)
- 24/7 support in 11 emergency rooms across Edmonton
- Medical support to victims who have been assaulted in the past 7 days, with or without police involvement
- Contact your local emergency room and request a member of the SART Team

Community Resources

Community Resources

  • Health Link for 24/7 Health Advice: 811
  • Birth Control Centre: 780-735-0010
  • STI Clinic: 780-342-2300
  • Boyle McCauley Health Centre: 780-422-7333
  • Family Violence Info Line: 780-310-1818
  • Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters: 1-866-331-3933
  • Addiction and Mental Health Services: 780-427-2736
  • Streetworks: 780-424-4106

Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Centres (AASAS)

AASAS LogoThe primary work of the Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services is to provide leadership, coordination and collaboration of sexual assault services in Alberta. The AASAS member agencies and services are responsible for day-to-day front line delivery of services within their local communities and regional areas.

As a provincial support organization, AASAS focuses its efforts in these key areas:

  • Awareness: AASAS works to increase public and government awareness of issues involving sexual abuse and sexual assault and the impacts they have on Albertans.
  • Access: AASAS strives to ensure that all Albertans affected by sexual abuse and sexual assault have access to healing and recovery programs, services and supports