The Sexual Assault Support Service provides a variety of community education and primary prevention information sessions. the sessions can be presented to community groups, local agencies and businesses upon request.
Topics may include:
Supporting a survivor when disclosing
Responding to child sexual assault
Facts about sexual sssault
Talking with children about sexual assault
Impact of child sexual assault
Rape, sexual assault in the context of trauma
Caring for yourself after sexual assault
Information for friends and family of the survivor
Sexual Assault Response Team response
Recovering after sexual assault
Sexual assault in the context of intimate partner violence
What is consent?
Male survivors of sexual assault
Sustaining your energy as a worker supporting survivors
Theoretical and practice frameworks to support survivors
Gurambilbarra Country 118 Charles Street, Aitkenvale (Cnr Charles and Nathan Sts)
Thursday5:00pm - 8:00pm late nights open by appointment only.
We acknowledge the Wulgurukaba and Bindal people on whose lands and sea we live and work, and acknowledge all First Nations people and cultures; we honour their Elders past, present and emerging. We particularly recognise the unique experiences upon colonisation for First Nations Women and the contribution their voices continue to make within our organisation and the community in working towards reconciliation.
Please be aware that this website may contain the names, images and voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who may now be deceased.