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Sexualized Violence 101
Uncovering the Facts
What You Can Do to End Sexualized Violence
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You Can Help
The office is closed Friday April 18th and Monday April 21st
Since 1977, the Sexual Assault Centre Kingston has been providing free, confidential, non-judgmental support to survivors of sexualized violence, offering public education on issues of sexualized violence and striving toward the prevention of all forms of sexualized violence.
AN EVENING WITH
Live music with Georgette Fry and Shout Sister Choir, inspiring presentation by the incredible Sally Armstrong, hors d'oevre's and a silent auction. All in support of
Sexual Assault Centre Kingston
Tuesday, May 13, 2014 6-9pm
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We are currently seeking dedicated feminist women to sit on our Board of Directors.
Ideal candidates will possess a strong interest in working towards the elimination of all forms of violence against women and should support the work and mission of SAC Kingston. Some experience as a member of a board of directors is ideal but not necessary. SAC Kingston is committed to a multi-disciplinary approach to our board representation and governance. To that end, we are recruiting women with skills in the following: policy, fundraising, business, accounting, human resources, community development, legal knowledge and education. We encourage representation from the following: lesbian women, trans women, senior women, women of colour, women with disabilities, Aboriginal women, immigrant women and Francophone women.
Interested women are asked to email their resume and a letter of intent to email@example.com. For further information, please contact Elayne Furoy, Executive Director at 613 -5445-0762 ext 101.
Interested in the next volunteer training? Send in an application via the
You Can Help
page of our website.
P.O. Box 1461,
K7L 5C7, Canada
24 Hour Crisis Line:
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our address. Please call for our exact address (we are working with Google to get this changed)
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Hersay ~ SAC Kingston's Blog
Why campuses are too often the scene of sex crimes - Globe and Mail
08 Oct 2013 9:40 AM •
Community Education Coordinator
An Open Letter to Our Community
18 Apr 2013 3:58 PM • Anonymous
BLUE GAME - A SECURITY SYSTEM HAS BEEN TURNED INTO A DRINKING GAME.
06 Dec 2012 2:11 PM • Anonymous
If you are in an emergency situation and require police assistance and/or medical care, call 911.
* If you have recently been sexually assaulted (within 7 days if you are 16 years of age or older or if you are under 16 years of age there are no time limitations and you can go at anytime), you can receive medical care from
the 24/7 Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence (SA/DV) Treatment Program accessed through the Emergency Department at the Kingston General Hospital (76 Stuart Street). Ask for the SA/DV nurse.
If you want support before going or an accompaniment to the hospital,
24 Hour Crisis Line at
613-544-6424 or 1-877-544-6424.
* If you are in an abusive relationship
and want to leave it,
learn about safety planning
Take Back the Dusk
04 May 2014 4:00 PM • Victoria Park Kingston
An Evening with Sally Armstrong
13 May 2014 6:00 PM • Grant Hall, Queen's Unviersity Campus
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