If you or a loved one is in need of resources regarding sexual assault, please considering the following Keep in mind that none of us at Project Consent are trained professionals, so we cannot offer licensed therapeutic or legal counseling. If you know of another resource to contribute to the list, please email us with your suggestion for future usage.
We are a Pan-Canadian group of sexual assault centers that have come together to implement the legal, social and attitudinal changes necessary to prevent, and ultimately eradicate, rape and sexual assault. As feminists we recognize that violence against women is one of the strongest indicators of prevailing societal attitudes against women. The intent of the Canadian Association is to act as a force for social change regarding violence against women at the individual, the institutional and the political level.
Stop Street Harassment (SSH) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to documenting and ending gender-based street harassment worldwide. Because street harassment is often an invisible problem (especially to people in power) and it is dismissed as being a “minor annoyance,” a “joke,” or the fault of the harassed person, our primarily focus right now is simply to document the problem and demonstrate why it’s a human rights violation that must be addressed.
AlcoholTreatment.net is a comprehensive guide for the entire treatment process - from spotting issues to find and enrolling into rehabilitation. Yet it’s more than that; it’s also an extensive educational resource that includes up to date statistics, policy and regulation information as well as a section on careers in the industry. If that’s not enough, this site also cover a list of hot button issues that can be found on the blog and in the infographics library.