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We are here to walk the path with you

We’ve been supporting and providing services to our community for over 25 years

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LET'S
TALK

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WHAT DOES 96 HOURS MEAN?

The sexual assault response team provides specialized care to individuals who have been sexually assaulted within the past 96 hours.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

In the spirit of respect and truth, CCASA wishes to take a step towards reconciliation by acknowledging traditional treaty land where we work. CCASA acknowledges the traditional territories of the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, which includes the Blackfoot Confederacy, comprising the Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai First Nations, the Tsuut’ina First Nation, and the Stoney Nakoda (including Chiniki, Bearspaw, and Wesley First Nations). Moh’kins’tsis, named by the Blackfoot, meaning “Where the Bow River meets the Elbow” is home to home to many Indigenous, Metis and Inuit people.

Man Enough? Workshop Series

Man Enough?™ will explore different ways to challenge ourselves, stand up, speak out, and influence others to create meaningful change in our communities. Discussion-based group aimed to engage men as allies in preventing violence against women. We’ll discuss expectations of masculinity and its impacts on...

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Upcoming Workshops

COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS We’re excited to announce that we will be offering a community workshop. We hope you join us in these important conversations to learn about child sexual abuse and what you can do to help.  All of our workshops are free of charge, reflective...

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Online Resources

Are you looking for further education?

OUR VISION

Healthy communities free of sexual violence, including sexual abuse, sexual assault and sexual harassment.

DIVERSE AND INCLUSIVE​

Our services are available to everyone including people of all colour, race, ability, sexual orientation, religion, education, socio-economic status, or gender. This includes friends, family and other people who would like to support the person who experienced sexual violence.​

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We are committed to providing a healthy society that is respectful, open and inclusive. We advocate a position of zero tolerance for all types of violence.

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