Crisis Line:

(250) 383-3232
(250) 383-5545
FAX (250) 383-6112
[email protected]
Our Services
  • 24 Hour Crisis & Information Line
    Information and emotional support for anyone who has experienced sexual violence or who needs information about sexual violence, or services and/or community referrals.
  • Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)
    Emergency accompaniment to hospital, information and emotional support for female and male survivors of recent sexual violence. (13 years+)
  • Specialized Victim Services Program
    Information, advocacy, emotional and practical support for female survivors involved in or seeking involvement in the criminal justice system. Services include accompaniment to police, assistance when making police reports, court orientation, accompaniment to court, and assistance with victim impact statements. Help is available with Criminal Injuries Compensation applications and other financial compensation programs. (13 years+)
  • Short term supportive counselling
    Available to female survivors who need immediate assistance in dealing with emotional, physical and behavioural reactions related to recent and/or past sexual violence. (13 years+)
  • Stopping the Violence Counselling Program
    One-to-one and group counselling sessions for female survivors who have experienced past sexual violence. (13 years+)
  • Support, information, education workshops
    For family, partners and friends of survivors.
  • Training and community education
    Information, workshops and specialized training for a variety of service providers, organizations, schools and agencies.
  • Project Respect™
    A prevention program for youth ages 14 to 19. Through workshops, a social marketing campaign, a website and a youth volunteer program, Project Respect™ challenges the attitudes and behaviours underlying sexual violence and promotes respect as the basis for healthy, safe, and mutual sexual relationships.
  • Resources
    Publications, video and other products for purchase.
  It is our mission to support, empower and advocate for women who are survivors of sexual assault and sexual abuse. We serve as a liaison between individuals affected by sexual violence, the justice and medical systems, and community services. We are committed to working towards the prevention of sexual violence.  

Volunteer Opportunities

We depend upon and value the many volunteers who assist in all areas of our organization.

If you have a particular interest or way in which you can contribute, please call (250) 383-5545



WSAC would like to acknowledge the support of our government funders: Ministry of Community, Aboriginal, & Women's Services and the Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General. Other funding comes from the Provincial Employers Community Services Fund and our own fundraising ventures (mail appeal, phone appeal, Triathlon for Healing and gaming). In addition, WSAC relies upon generous donations from the community to maintain our services. All donations made to the Centre are tax deductible.

Charitable Business # 10822 0054 RR 0001


Annual Report

Project Respect!


Contact Information

Crisis Line:
(250) 383-3232

(250) 383-5545
FAX (250) 383-6112

[email protected]

Mailing Address:
941 Pandora Ave, Victoria, BC, V8V 3P4, Canada

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