COVID-19 Fact Sheet & Protecting Our Home Fires Strategy

By:Morning Star Lodge

Morning Star Lodge is launching a “Protecting Our Home Fires” Strategy to provide valuable information to Indigenous communities and the scientific community.

Here are the resources available to victims of intimate partner violence during COVID-19

By:Michaela Solomon and Claire Hanna (CTV News Regina - April 16, 2020)

REGINA - As many follow recommendations to remain home to avoid the spread of COVID-19, Regina shelters and support groups are ensuring that resources remain available for those ex...

You're not alone

By:STOPS to Violence (April 6, 2020)

STOPS to Violence shares information on options available in Saskatchewan.

4 Ways to Practice Trauma-Informed Healing During COVID-19

By:Nathan Gerbrandt, Managing Director for CTRI

Now more than ever, a trauma-informed approach can offer a healing way forward for ourselves and those around us. CTRI informs four ways you can practice trauma-informed healing.

Signal For Help

By:Canadian Women's Foundation

Signal for Help is a simple one-handed sign someone can use on a video call. It can help a person silently show they need help and want someone to check in with them in a safe way.

Interpersonal Violence and Abuse Programs

By:Government of Saskatchewan

The Government of Saskatchewan has a list of shelters, laws, sexual assault and outreach services to support people dealing with interpersonal violence and abuse.