When in difficult situations it can be hard to ask for help. This allows you to ask questions, seek guidance, learn about and utilize supports and services while remaining confidential and unidentified at a click of a button.
Your description will be restricted and only seen by the coordinators of the website. It will then be directed to the proper supports and services so you are able to receive the best knowledge and guidance pertaining to your situation.
Share your location and what happened quickly and confidentially.
The violent customer portion allows for you to report bad experiences with a "bad date", predator on the net, etc. This can include; physical or mental harm, abandonment, acts against your will or any other experience that left you feeling harmed. Giving details regarding the violent customer, will warn others and help them to stay safe.
Male, Caucasian - Attempted Assault - 5'7" Black hat and beard - located at 22nd Street West and Avenue C - April 6, 2015 @ 7:25pm
Saskatchewan will be introducing Clare’s Law to allow people to go to the police to find out if a current partner has a history of domestic violence.[ More ]
Saskatchewan has programs to assist children and youth who have witnessed or experienced interpersonal violence or abuse, with a goal of preventing them from becoming victims or perpetrators of violence and abuse in the future. Below is a list of programs throughout the province.[ More ]