Programs & Services


Individual Crisis Intervention

Individual sessions are provided free of charge, either in-house at the Centre or via a number of outreach locations. Clients can expect to be met with a supportive, non-judgemental environment, focusing on their needs and formulating a plan with their Crisis Interventionist. Families can access services with each member having the opportunity for individual sessions.


Staff and Volunteers are on call 24/7 to support individuals in crisis, respond efficiently to hospital calls and make referrals as needed. Calls are confidential unless there is a risk of harm to self or another.

Hospital, RCMP and Court Accompaniment

In 2016, two new programs were added to our Centre – the Little Bear Child and Youth Advocacy Centre and the Sexual Assault Response Team. These are essential additions to our services and the Lloydminster community and surrounding area. Through these programs, staff and partners are able to provide a multi-disciplinary approach to supporting survivors at the Hospital, the RCMP Detachment and through their court process. To learn more about the Little Bear Child and Youth Advocacy Centre click here. To learn more about SART click here.

“It was so helpful that you came (to court) with me today. We needed you around. It was nice to be able to talk while we waited, kinda got me distracted from everything. After it was done, I felt so relieved and supported.”

– A client after Court Accompaniment.

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Public Education

Public Education is a great way to build awareness and prevention for all ages. Programs include anything from Okay and Not Okay Touches to Consent to Sexual Harassment & Assault. Click here for a complete list of our programs or call the Public Education Coordinator. We will travel to you!

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Group Programs

Group Sessions are an excellent way to focus on particular topics with participants wanting to gain knowledge and grow. Groups typically run on a 6-8 week basis, at the Centre or within schools. Sessions include Girls and Boys Empowerment and Survivor Groups with a list of session choices to choose from. To request a group or to learn more, click here or call the Program Coordinator.

It was fun. Students learned that telling an adult is important. They must make good choices.

– A teacher after Bulling for Kids Presentation (Pink Day 2016)

Possible Areas of Need

  • Childhood Sexual Abuse
  • Adult Sexual Assault
  • Historical Sexual Abuse
  • Family Members of Survivors

  • Sexually Intrusive Children (under the age of 12)
  • Bullying & Family Violence
  • Triggers & Flashbacks
  • Relationships

  • Self-Harm
  • Self-Esteem & Coping Skills
  • Anger Management
  • Boundaries

Training & Workshops

Facilitators offer Trainings and Workshop possibilities.

Volunteer Program

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Community Collaboration

Find out about some of our events!