You Are Not Alone
Quick Escape

Have you been sexually assaulted or raped? Help is available.

If you or someone else is in danger,
call 911.

What to do:

  • go to a safe place
  • if you believe you are still in danger, call 911
  • tell someone you trust (ex: friend, relative, Elder)
  • go to a hospital or nursing station immediately
  • call the police
  • preserve evidence (ex: do not shower or change/throw away your clothes)

Voices Against Sexual Violence posters

Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak Inc. has produced five new posters as part of the Voices Against Sexual Violence Campaign. Use these free resources to help spread the word about sexual violence.




The Health Sciences Centre Sexual Assault Program in Winnipeg is staffed with a team of Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE), specifically trained in providing care to patients who have experienced a sexual assault. For more information about the Health Sciences Centre Sexual Assault Program go to http://www.hsc.mb.ca/emergencyNurseExam.html.

You Have Options: Help After Sexual Assault  gives you information about recognizing sexual assault, understanding the criminal justice system, exploring your options for reporting, staying safe and getting counselling, healing and support.

 SA Victims booklet

For immediate crisis intervention, counselling, information, support and advocacy about sexual assault, please call Klinic’s 24-Hour Sexual Assault Crisis Line at 204-786-8631 (in Winnipeg); toll free 1-888-292-7565 (in Manitoba).

For information about upcoming sexual assault information sessions and workshops, please visit: //www.gov.mb.ca/justice/victims/sexualassault.html

 

 

NOTE: The information on this website is not intended to replace advice from health care providers, the police or the justice system.