SASC is a connected with the following organizations:

Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres

The OCRCC Vision: A world without sexual violence, based on an integrated feminist, anti-racist and anti-oppressive framework.

The Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres (OCRCC) is an equity-seeking network of women from autonomous rape crisis/sexual assault centres committed to leading social transformation that prevents and eliminates sexual violence. For more information visit sexualassaultsupport.ca.

Sexual Assault Network Ottawa

The Sexual Assault Network (SAN) is composed of individuals and organizations that are committed to ending sexual violence against womyn. The Network coordinates and sustains a broader advocacy and political action role with local organizations and individual community members to improve the response and access to services for womyn who have experienced sexual violence. SAN also provides support, information and professional development to local service providers who work in the area of sexual violence against womyn. For more information you can visit sanottawa.com.

Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre

The ORCC is a sister organization in the city of Ottawa, which also provides programs and services for survivors. For more information on their programs and services visit orcc.net.

CALACS francophone d’Ottawa

CALACS is a French-language feminist organization, managed and operated by and for women in Ottawa. It offers a multitude of services to women survivors and is actively committed to the prevention and awareness in the community. For more information visit  calacs.ca.

Ministry of the Attorney General

SASC is supported by the government agency MAG Ontario. MAG supports community organizations committed to community justice and the support of victims of crime. MAG supports a number of Sexual Assault/Rape Crises Centres around the province. For more information on MAG and MAG programs visit attorneygeneral.jus.gov.on.ca.

Organizations We Love

SASC works with a variety of organizations in the Ottawa area to end sexual and gender-based violence. Here are some of our favourite organizations: