Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan (SASS) is conducting surveys to gain a better understanding of the existing strengths and potential gaps in service provision as it relates to sexual violence across the province of Saskatchewan.
The research findings will be presented to the Saskatchewan Sexual Violence Action Plan Advisory Committee. This committee will develop and implement a province-wide sexual violence action plan that is comprehensive, coordinates across all professional sectors and levels of government, and reflects the needs of Saskatchewan people.
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1) Saskatchewan Sexual Assault Survivor Survey (for any individual above the age of 18 years old that has experienced sexual violence)
2) Saskatchewan Sexual Assault Secondary Survivor Survey (for individuals who have supported a sexual assault survivor in their personal lives)
3) Saskatchewan Sexual Assault Service Provider Survey (for front-line service providers who support sexual assault survivors. (eg. police services, victim services, medical services, sexual assault centre services, crisis centre services, counselling services, medical services, criminal justice system services, elder/clergy services, etc. )
Read more about the project here.