Sexual Assault Links

The following links are provided to victims and the general public in obtaining additional information and assistance on victimization issues. Should you know of a link that should be added, please email it to:victimservices@wrps.on.ca
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Advocates for Males Victimized by Sexual Abuse
promote, educate and advocate for a range of effective community strategies that Aims to eliminate the sexual abuse of males and the resulting harmful impacts.
http://www.amvosa.ca/

 

Community Justice Initiatives
Their Revive provides group support for women, men, and children who are recovering from sexual trauma. Revive also supports people who have offended sexually in making safe, healthy choices.
http://www.cjiwr.com/

 

Cybertip.ca
Canada’s National Tipline for reporting the online sexual exploitation of children.
http://www.cybertip.ca/en/cybertip/

 

Kitchener Waterloo Sexual Assault Support Centre
Provides counselling, support and advocacy to women who have been sexually assaulted.
http://www.kwsasc.org/

 

Male Survivor
A national initiative to provide victim services and treatment programs for male survivors, with critical information, networking, and training.
http://www.malesurvivor.ca

 

Planned Parenthood Waterloo Region
Promoting responsible and healthy sexuality throughout the human life cycle, by providing education and information for residents of Waterloo Region.
http://www.ppwr.on.ca/

 

Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Treatment Centre
Providing medical and forensic services at Cambridge Memorial Hospital and St. Mary?s Hospital.
http://www.smgh.ca/~Programs/pgm_assault.asp

 

Sexuality and U
A site on sexual abuse and assault geared towards teens.
http://www.sexualityandu.ca/eng/teens/WIS/sexualassault.cfm

 

The Secret of the Silver Horse
An educational story that instructs children that secrets about sexual abuse should not be kept. The story also teaches that if a child tells a teenager or an adult about sexual abuse and that person does nothing, the child should be persistent and tell someone else.
http://canada.justice.gc.ca/en/dept/pub/ssh/