Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services

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Nearly 40% of Canadian women have experienced at least one incident of sexual assault
29% of child sexual abuse victims are boys
The costs of sexual assault are estimated at nearly 2 billion annually in Canada

First Responder to Sexual Assault and Abuse Training

"Identify, Respond and Refer"
Up to 97% of sexual assaults are never reported to police

SART: Sexual Assault Response Teams

Supporting a collaborative response to sexual assault
More than one third of Canadian women have experienced sexual assault
Most (88%) of the time children are sexually abused by someone they know and trust


Positive, respectful work cultures boost personal well-being, team success, and job performance. They also stop sexual harassment.
In 82% of sexual assaults the victim knew their perpetrator

Our Arms Are Open

One Line Every Survivor Needs to Hear is #IBelieveYou. One Line for all of Alberta
Sexual abuse is the highest police reported violent crime against children and youth

Sexual Violence Action Plan

Working Collaboratively for an Alberta Free of Sexual Violence
40-70% of female children and 15-30% of male children with developmental disabilities experiences child sexual abuse

Sexual Assault Services in Alberta

The twelve AASAS Member agencies providing support in Alberta