Have You Heard? No. 14

Have You Heard 14Have You Heard?

SACHA has a lot going on! International Women’s Day, Take Back the Night, rock shows, panel discussions, workshops, movie nights…

Are You In?

Keep up with SACHA on our blog, Facebook and Twitter pages.

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Every day in April we will be posting information about SACHA services and sexual violence as well as ways that folks can support SACHA.

We’re calling on you to take action!  There’s lots of ways for your to spread the word and to support SACHA:

1. Support SACHA’s work! Become a SACHA monthly donor.
2. Share the campaign with friends!
3. Let folks know that you support SACHA using the #HaveYouHeard hashtag.
4. Follow SACHA’s blog and Twitter or become friends with SACHA on Facebook.

Have You Heard? No. 13

Have You Heard 13Have You Heard?

Over 3500 people came to SACHA workshops last year.

Are You In?

Support SACHA’s work by becoming a monthly donor.

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Every day in April we will be posting information about SACHA services and sexual violence as well as ways that folks can support SACHA.

We’re calling on you to take action!  There’s lots of ways for your to spread the word and to support SACHA:

1. Support SACHA’s work! Become a SACHA monthly donor.
2. Share the campaign with friends!
3. Let folks know that you support SACHA using the #HaveYouHeard hashtag.
4. Follow SACHA’s blog and Twitter or become friends with SACHA on Facebook.

Have You Heard? No. 12

Have You Heard 12Have You Heard?

1 in 3 women will experience sexual assault.

Are You In?

Work to end violence in our community.

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Every day in April we will be posting information about SACHA services and sexual violence as well as ways that folks can support SACHA.

We’re calling on you to take action!  There’s lots of ways for your to spread the word and to support SACHA:

1. Support SACHA’s work! Become a SACHA monthly donor.
2. Share the campaign with friends!
3. Let folks know that you support SACHA using the #HaveYouHeard hashtag.
4. Follow SACHA’s blog and Twitter or become friends with SACHA on Facebook.

Have You Heard? No. 11

Have You Heard 11Have You Heard?

SACHA’s Multicultural Women’s Sewing Circle and Women Helping Women groups help diverse women break isolation and form community connections.

Are You In?

Support SACHA’s work by becoming a monthly donor.

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Every day in April we will be posting information about SACHA services and sexual violence as well as ways that folks can support SACHA.

We’re calling on you to take action!  There’s lots of ways for your to spread the word and to support SACHA:

1. Support SACHA’s work! Become a SACHA monthly donor.
2. Share the campaign with friends!
3. Let folks know that you support SACHA using the #HaveYouHeard hashtag.
4. Follow SACHA’s blog and Twitter or become friends with SACHA on Facebook.

Have You Heard? No. 10

Have You Heard 10Have You Heard?

Most survivors are assaulted by someone they know.

Are You In?

Confront and question sexual assault myths.

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Every day in April we will be posting information about SACHA services and sexual violence as well as ways that folks can support SACHA.

We’re calling on you to take action!  There’s lots of ways for your to spread the word and to support SACHA:

1. Support SACHA’s work! Become a SACHA monthly donor.
2. Share the campaign with friends!
3. Let folks know that you support SACHA using the #HaveYouHeard hashtag.
4. Follow SACHA’s blog and Twitter or become friends with SACHA on Facebook.

Have You Heard? No. 9

Have You Heard 9Have You Heard?

Almost 400 women and men came to SACHA for counselling last year.

Are You In?

Support SACHA’s work by becoming a monthly donor.

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Every day in April we will be posting information about SACHA services and sexual violence as well as ways that folks can support SACHA.

We’re calling on you to take action!  There’s lots of ways for your to spread the word and to support SACHA:

1. Support SACHA’s work! Become a SACHA monthly donor.
2. Share the campaign with friends!
3. Let folks know that you support SACHA using the #HaveYouHeard hashtag.
4. Follow SACHA’s blog and Twitter or become friends with SACHA on Facebook.

Fireweed at Hamilton Regional Indian Centre

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fireweed_flyer (2)The Hamilton Regional Indian Centre is offering a program designed to help men who are survivors of sexual assault.  This eight week program is a safe, confidential place to start healing the abuse of past sexual assault for Aboriginal men in our community.

When: Wednesdays from 6-8pm – April 23rd to June 25th
Where: 34 Ottawa Street North – Hamilton ON

More Information: Call Nicky Bomberry to register, intake required – 905.548.9593.