For life-threatening emergencies, call 911

CALACS francophone d’Ottawa
613-789-8096  www.calacs.ca

The Ottawa Hospital -  Sexual Assault & Partner Abuse Care Program
613-798-5555 ext. 13770
www.ottawahospital.on.ca

Ottawa Police Services - Sexual Abuse & Child Abuse Unit
613-236-1222, Ext. 5944
www.ottawapolice.ca

Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre
613-562-2333
www.orcc.net

Sexual Assault Support Centre of Ottawa
613-234-2266
www.sascottawa.com

 

SAN has been articulated concern about the Canadian Forces' inaction regarding the external recommendations put forward which spoke to a culture which condones sexual violence.  Read more in our open letter.

 

So we are all about the podcasts this year for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and we are so happy to be talking with Kim Katrin Mailan. Quick listens for a quick action to raise awarness of sexual violence.

Convo #1: A little introduction

Convo #2: What is your inspiration?

Convo #3: I'm a feminist because...?

Convo #4: The Power of Language

Convo #5: Marginalized Voices & Being an Ally

Convo #6: Building Accountability & Community Collaboration

Convo #7: Intersectional Respresentations in Pop Culture

 

Sexual Assault Awareness Month is quickly coming to a close, but we still have some time to raise awareness and build community action.  So we though, let's go to the airwaves!  Take a few moments to listen to our "Lunch Time Listens".

Podcast 1: Addicitons & Sexual Violence: Making Connecions

Podcast 2: Ideas: How the Broken Window Theory & Sexual Violence Connect.

Podcast 3: Biases, Blame & The Victim Paradigm

Podcast 4: Gender & Online Violence (Voices of Youth)

 


SAN is having our professional development on May 27, 205 which will be focused on online sexual violence.  Check out our poster for speaker biographies and registraiton information.

 

SAN is on Facebook! Please "like" our page


The Sexual Assault Network responds to Aficionado Studio's Frosh Week 2014. Find our open letter here.


More Rape Culture in Ottawa.


An Open Letter to the Men at Ottawa University


The Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women welcome you to submit to the Survivor Canvas! This is a virtual outlet for survivors to share their stories through an artistic outlet like poetry, short stories, artwork or narratives.


Membership

1. To become a free member with SAN please read the orientation package to verify if you meet the requirements. 

2. Complete the registration form on the last page. 

3. Click here.


Contact Us

SAN Coordinator

Telephone: (613) 725-3601, ext. 104

Fax: (613) 725-5651

E-mail: sanottawa@familyservicesottawa.org

312 Parkdale Avenue

Ottawa, ON K1Y 4X5

 

Last Updated February 2015


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