Final week we shared our first in a collection of hearth chat movies about our work and the way we’re addressing the challenges of COVID-19. This week we share video two.
The pandemic impacts us all however has extra impacts on the well being and security of survivors.
Watch Half Two of our Hearth Chat Collection with Elijah, Shannon, and Karen to study extra about why gender-based violence will increase throughout instances of misery, the influence on survivors, and the way we’re serving to people via this unsure time.
(Should you haven’t seen half one you may watch it right here.)
The place ever you might be in your therapeutic journey, we’re right here for you.
Our counsellors and Help Employees are prepared to offer important help to survivors who want us now.
Our fast disaster response, together with medical exams and emotional help for current survivors, continues to be accessible via the Sexual Assault Response Workforce. This program is obtainable at our Clinic away from emergency rooms. We offer non-judgmental help and choices. We respect your confidentiality and selection at every step.
When you have been just lately assaulted: Entry our 24-hour Sexual Assault Response Workforce service by calling the Vancouver Island Disaster Line (1-888-494-3888) and requesting to talk to a VSAC Sexual Assault Help Employee.
Counselling and justice system help is being offered just about and by cellphone. Name our Entry Line (250-383-3232) or electronic mail to connect with these companies.
For fast emotional help name the Vancouver Island Disaster Line (1-888-494-3888) and/or when you’ve got well being issues name HealthLink BC at 811 or your well being care supplier.
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