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Sexual Violence

8 Ways You Can Help Prevent Sexual Violence

Learn about 8 ways you can help pre­vent sex­u­al vio­lence and con­tribute to cre­at­ing a safer community! 

Sex-Trafficking 101

Myths of sex-traf­fick­ing debunked with the facts! 

Draw The Line

Engag­ing Ontar­i­ans in a dia­logue about sex­u­al violence.

Street Harassment Infographic Letter

Stand up to sex­u­al harassment!

Reasons Not To Go To Take Back the Night - August 2016

We’ve been cel­e­brat­ing Take Back the Night in Hamil­ton since 1981 and unfor­tu­nate­ly lots of folks have still not heard about it. Just like lots of folks in Hamil­ton don’t know about the amaz­ing work that SACHA is doing.

Myths and Lies We’re Taught About Sexual Violence

Our society’s under­stand­ing of sex­u­al assault is com­pli­cat­ed by myths. Many of these myths blame or shame the sur­vivor of sex­u­al assault, instead of hold­ing the offend­er respon­si­ble for their actions.

Causes of Sexual Assault

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Men Taking Action

Men can play a huge role in end­ing gen­der-based violence.

Bystander Intervention

You can inter­rupt sketchy behav­iour at a bar, con­cert, or a par­ty to pre­vent sex­u­al violence.

Taking Action to End Sexual Violence!

End­ing sex­u­al vio­lence feels like a GIANT task, but there are lit­tle things that you can do every day to work to cre­ate a cul­ture of con­sent, to chal­lenge vic­tim blam­ing, to stand up to rape cul­ture, and to sup­port survivors.

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Upcoming event
Navigating Intimate Partnerships Counselling Group (Session 1 of 8)

Thursday, October 13, 2022 at 7:00pm - 9:00pm

A SACHA counselling group for survivors of all genders, age 18+

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