To all who come here… Believe.
Today is my birthday…this appointment is my gift to myself.
The more I face my fears the more free I become. I know one day I will be through this.
Gradually you feel whole again. One day at a time, one foot in front of the other.
I have found an inner strength I never know I had. I can survive this – you can too.
It is never your fault. Don’t let someone else define your life.
Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.
Are You SEXcessful? positively showcased sexual health from numerous perspectivesread more
The CASASC team attended the 2017 Front Line Service Providers’ Awards on Nov. 1 at the Holiday Inn & Suites on Gasoline Alley. The 13th annual awards ceremony, hosted by the Domestic and Relationship Violence Committee (DRVIC), is a time for front line...read more
#IBelieveYou Alberta’s province-wide sexual assault responder campaign has launched a new year focused on celebrating – and escalating – the growing public support for survivors in Albertaread more
On Wednesday, August 16, the #iRespect team joined members of Trans and Non-Binary Aid Society (TANAS) for a Rainbow Block Party. The event held at the West Park Activity Centre in Red Deer was a true celebration of respect, diversity, family and love. Attendees were...read more
Volunteers and staff from the Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre walked together in the 2017 Westerner Days Parade. The event took place the morning of Wednesday July 19th in Downtown Red Deer. The float’s theme was 150 Ways I Respect for...read more
In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday and the upcoming Westerner Days Parade, Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre (CASASC) is sharing #150waysiRespect with the community. The #150waysiRespect is a part of the ongoing #iRespect campaign which aims to...read more
Staff and volunteers from the Centre headed out to Normandeau School in Red Deer on June 29th to help host a BBQ for the students on their last day of school! Faculty from the school helped cook up a storm of burgers and hot dogs while wearing their Made to Respect...read more
Four of our staff members participated in Red Deer’s 5K Foam Fest at Heritage Ranch on Saturday June 24th! They wore their Made To Respect Shirts with pride as they crossed the finish line. It was a great sunny day and the ladies represented the Centre as they...read more
Volunteers from the Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre attended the Young Guns Golf Tournament on Tuesday June 20th. The event was held at the Alberta Springs Golf Resort just outside of Red Deer. CASASC raffled off three beer trees kindly donated by the...read more