43 Church St #503
St. Catharines, ON L2R 5P6
The Niagara Region Sexual Assault Centre, Carsa Inc., provides services in a safe and comfortable environment for survivors of child sexual abuse, incest and adult sexual assault. We offer a 24 hour crisis line, emergency services, individual and group counseling, accompaniment and advocacy through medical and legal proceedings,public education programs and community events.
Oakville, Acton, Burlington, Georgetown and Miltion
Male-identified survivors and male-identified supporters of survivors of sexual assault and violence, are welcome to access the individual counselling program for up to 24 sessions. Sessions are scheduled in a way as to ensure that male-identified and female-identified clients do not share waiting room space.
SAVIS offers FREE individual counselling throughout the Halton Region to ALL survivors of abuse. Qualified counsellors are available to support you through your healing journey.
113 Connaught Ave.
Aurora, ON L4G 7R5
The Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness is a national, charitable organization that has served Canadians since 1993.The Centre’s mandate is to significantly reduce the incidence and impact of abuse through education and public awareness.CCAA operates solely on private donations with no sustaining funds from any government body.
PO Box 92507
Sherwood Park, AB T8A 3X4
Little Warriors is a national, charitable organization based in Canada committed to the awareness, prevention and treatment of child sexual abuse.
Little Warriors provides:
Information about the prevalence and
frequency of child sexual abuse and healing
and support resources
Trauma informed treatment at the
Be Brave Ranch for 8-12 year old girls
and boys, and 13-16 year old girls who have
been sexually abused
A workshop called Prevent It! that
educates adults on how to take
action to stop child sexual abuse
Facilitating Male Trauma Survivors’ Meaningful Involvement in Health Research
Sexual abuse is an international problem and an often overlooked public health issue for men and boys. Given the prevalence of trauma and its well-documented connection to mental and physical health disorders, the relevance of male survivor input and engagement in healthcare research is profound.