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.

Our Supporters

CASASC would not be able to provide programs and services without the wonderful support of our donors, partners and sponsors. Thank you!

You are all indeed the ‘wind beneath our wings’. The funds certainly give us the means to keep the lights on, the doors open and the wherewithal to employ skilled and knowledgeable staff to provide the direct client services – the heartbeat of CASASC.

Less tangible but also of great importance is the care and support shown to CASASC by the people who are behind the funds. The list of people is much longer than the list below. They work with CASASC to ensure the dollars are spent wisely and enable us to provide the services and programs, supporting those in Central Alberta who have been affected by sexual violence.

Government of Alberta

  • Alberta Culture and Tourism
  • Alberta Justice & Solicitor General
  • Alberta Health Services
  • Alberta Community and Social Services

Government of Canada

  • Department of Justice

Community supporters

 

  • Life Long Learning Red Deer (LLLRD)
  • TELUS
  • Rotary Club of Red Deer East
  • Central Alberta Yogathon
  • F12.net
  • ATB Helping Hands
  • Go Across Travel
  • Young Guns Charity Golf Tournament
  • Red Deer and District Community Foundation

There takes a great deal of community collaboration to fully support victims of sexual violence. CASASC works closely with the Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre, the Outreach Centre, the Central Alberta Emergency Women’s Shelter, Alberta Health / Mental Health, RCMP, Probation and many others. The more we work together the stronger the social safety net becomes, as we all form a piece of it.

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