PIWAPAN WOMEN'S SHELTER
Shelter Staff are available 24/7 and will provide support and assistance with everything you need to get re-established... personalized safety plans, assistance finding new living accomodations, applying for finincial support, referrals to legal & medical services, assistance with job search and transportation to and from appointments.
24 HOUR CRISIS LINE
1-306-425-4090 The Crisis Line provides help for both men and women who are in crisis; through referrals, support and information sharing. (Collect calls will be accepted)
The Outreach Program provides help for both men and women over the age of 16 seeking support, advocacy, referrals, and educational programming.
FAMILY VIOLENCE & SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES
We offer individual and group support networking, advocacy, education, sharing circles and activities for survivors of sexual assault.
EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROGRAMS
Group programs are held on Monday to Thursday from 1:30 - 3:30 PM.
Types of Abuse:
Domestic violence takes many different forms.
Physical abuse can range from a shove to a black eye or broken bones and in some cases it doesn't leave any visible marks. All violence should be taken seriously because it usually gets worse.
Emotional abuse Often emotionally abused women are not sure if what's happening to them is domestic violence. When your partner frightens or demeans you enough that it affects your everyday function then you are more than likely experiencing abuse. Emotional abuse can be very damaging and will often lead to physical violence.
Sexual abuse can take many forms. Sexual abuse is generally about control rather than pleasure. You are experiencing sexual abuse if you have been coersed into having sex, forced or pressured to perform uncomfortable sexual acts.
Economic abuse can include taking full control of a persons money, not "allowing" a person to work outside of the home, putting all assets or bills in their name or keeping close track of every penny spent. If you do not have full say in what happens to your money then you are quite likely experiencing economic abuse.
Violence is a Crime. Always call 911 in an emergency.
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