Chatham-Kent Sexual Assault Crisis Centre

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Record #: CHK0095 Last Modified: 26 Nov 2013 Last Full Update: 21 Mar 2013
Location
Located In CommunityChatham
Address405 Riverview Dr, Unit 101
Chatham, ON N7M 5J5
 
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AccessibilityFully Accessible ; Parking: adjacent; entrance: west side doors; slight ramp; automatic door; elevators: accessible washrooms
IntersectionKeil Dr & Riverview Dr
Mailing Address405 Riverview Dr, Unit 101 
Chatham, ON N7M 5J4
Contact Information
Office PhoneMain Office 519-354-8908
Crisis Phone519-354-8688 (24 hour)
After Hours Phone519-354-8688
TTY Phone519-354-8908
FaxMain Office 519-354-7700
E-Mailcksacc@ciaccess.com
Primary ContactMichelle Schryer, Executive Director, Chatham Kent Sexual Assault Crisis Centre; Phone: 519-354-8908; Email: cksaccms@ciaccess.com
Alternate ContactGlenda Johnston, Coordinator of Volunteer Services; Email: gjcksacc@ciaccess.com
Primary ExecutiveMichelle Schryer, Executive Director
Description & Services
DescriptionCKSACC is a grassroots, anti-violence organization that provides confidential support, advocacy and information to women 16 years of age and older who have experienced the impact of sexual assault/abuse/harassment * CKSACC works towards the eradication of sexual violence * Programs and services include: Crisis Intervention -24 hour Crisis Line; Support Counselling short or long term; Assistance and Advocacy; Information and Referral; Public Education and Prevention-Lending Library, Training, Speaking Engagements/Presentations, Printed Information, etc (available to everyone from preschool to senior); 
Affiliated with the Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres; Canadian Association of Sexual Assault Centres.
HoursMon-Fri 9am-5pm
Areas ServedChatham-Kent
EligibilityServices are available to women 16 years of age or older who have experienced the impact of sexual assault/abuse/harrassment * The Public Education and Prevention Program is available to everyone from preschool to senior
ApplicationSelf referral preferred, call for information or to arrange an appointment * Crisis Line available at all times
FeesNone ; No fee for direct service * Fees may apply to Education and Training events
LanguagesEnglish ; American Sign Language (ASL) - arrangement made through the Canadian Hearing Socity
Established1995
ElectionsOccurs at the Annual General Meeting traditionally held each June
FundingProvincial - Ministry of the Attorney General ; Fundraising ; Donations
Supplementary Info
Service Level(31) Other Provincial Government