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March NEWSLETTER

SASS Updates
Member Agency Updates
Sexual Assault Initiatives
In the News
Resources

SASS UPDATES

          
SASS - COVID-19 Pandemic

As we all know, we're living in unprecedented times. The COVID-19 pandemic has brough a major shift to the way we live and work for the foreseeable future. 

SASS staff are now working from home, and our Regina office is currently closed. We are available by phone and email, reachable during regular office hours. 

SASS is following developments as they unfold with government, including the recent announcement of $50 million for domestic violence and sexual assault services. We will communicate information as it becomes available. We are also working on research and a pandemic response strategy, with details to follow.
 
          
SASS - LinkedIn

SASS can now be found on LinkedIn. Find and follow us at linkedin.com/sassk.

 

Member Agency Updates

Member Service Changes - COVID-19

The pandemic has changed the way many of our members can deliver client services. The link below features the list of changes we have currently. Please check and reach out to us if your information needs to be added or updated.
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Sexual Assault Initiatives

Glossary on Gender-Based Violence

Western University Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children has created a new glossary - a central place to find the meaning of key terms in gender-based violence work, and includes links to resources for further learning.
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In The News

Over a Third of Survivors Show PTSD Symptoms After Trauma and Violence

Over 30 percent of injury survivors who are treated in hospital emergency departments will have moderate-to-severe symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) at some point in the first year following the initial incident, new research led by the Yale School of Public Health finds.

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Satanic Panic - CBC News

In the early 1990s, the town of Martensville was swept up in a wave of extraordinary accusations. Thirty years later, the people involved are still haunted by what happened. Learn more at the link below, and find the CBC Uncover Podcast at Satanic Panic at CBC.ca/uncover or on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or Spotify.

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Resources

Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute

Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute is offering four different online training options for trauma, addictions, mental health & more.
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