SAC Brant’s online chat service
This service will be in addition to our crisis & support line. You can reach out for support, information, referrals, ask questions about sexual and/or gendered violence, or just talk with us
COVID-19 Closures and Returning to Face-to-Face Service
During this time, all SAC staff are currently working remotely. Also, SAC Brant will not be re-opening for regular in-person services in the immediate future. We will continue to provide remote support by by phone, Zoom (video), and by other methods. As we’ve got further updates, we will make sure you get them too!
Thank you for understanding that we are working to ensure all of our community members and our workers’ health and safety at this time.
We are still here for you. Thanks for still being there for us.
Please keep in touch.
To provide services that promote healing for survivors of sexual violence, and create social change through advocacy, education and collaboration.
A just social world for women and their communities
Healing and Change
Feminism, anti-racism, anti-oppression, equity seeking, intersectionality.
What is Sexual Assault?
Sexual assault is any unwanted act of a sexual nature imposed by one person upon another. Forced or coerced intercourse, grabbing, touching or kissing can be defined as sexual assault.
If you or someone you know is a survivor of sexual assault, we can help.
We offer a 24 hour crisis and support line for survivors of sexual violence, as well as friends and family members of survivors. We also offer counselling for survivors of all genders ages 14 and over in a supportive, safe environment as well as in all Brant County high schools, emergency services, accompaniment and support through hospital, police, and court procedures, public education, and community events.
All of SAC Brant’s services are free and confidential.
24 hr crisis and support line: 519-751-3471
Business line: 519-751-1164