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Muskoka Parry Sound Sexual Assault Services

Muskoka Parry Sound Sexual Assault Services, Parry Sound Office

COVID-19 Response During the COVID-19 Pandemic, staff are working remotely and full services are available. Messages can be left on office numbers and are retrieved daily on business days. New referrals are being accepted. We will assist service users with technology needed to access our programs if this is a barrier. Women, trans and non binary folks who have experienced sexual assault can receive crisis and long term counselling through phone or online support. A new live chat service is available through mpssas.orgRegular Service:Helpline and services for Women survivors of sexual assault including: Referral and advocacy * counselling * crisis concerns * drop-in program * court, police, or hospital accompaniment services * public education Sexual Assault Therapy program - holistic recovery for women, trans and non binary people, 16 years and up, and their families offering: crisis intervention * individual and group therapy * Community education and referrals * Consultation with other stakeholdersSexual Assault Intervention for Living (SAIL) program - individual and group psychotherapy utilizing cognitive behavioural approaches and trauma intervention * Women begin the long term counselling program attending SAIL 1 - 3 workshops in which you are not required to give your name or information in the workshop - this leads into the therapy programsRegular drop-ins available for all women, providing speakers, crafts, networking opportunities, etc.: Daisy Chain Drop In held in South River at Chalmers United Church - most Thu 10 am-12 noonParry Sound Womyn's Drop In held at 17 James St. Parry Sound - most Wed 10 am-12 noonSurvivor to Survivor Peer Mentorship program - Women 16+ survivors of sexual assault may be matched with a Survivor Mentor for individual support in her own community * If you would like a mentor contact either office or Jeanine Spring at 705-783-8882
Hours of Operation
Office: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm * Crisis: Mon-Sun 24 hours
Women, trans and non binary people and their families who have experienced the trauma of sexual assault

Age Requirements: Ages: 16 year(s) and up;
Application Process
Call * If individual wishes to be called, email or send a message on Facebook * Contact Linda Clarke at 705 646-2122 or for information on Daisy Chain drop-in, contact Suzanne Smoke at 705 774-9083 or for information on PS Womyn's Drop-In
Not Accessible ; Building is accessible with a lift. Call to arrange to use the lift.
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(50) Non Profit
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Community Connection, 211 Central East Region Contact Centre
Last Verified On
September 3, 2020