PEI Rape & Sexual Assault Centre

Educational Resources
Following is a series of documents on subjects related to the mandate and work of the Prince Edward Island Rape and Sexual Assault Centre. Information on a wide variety of topics can be found here. Please check back often as new resources will be added.

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Survivor's Media Guide    
On Line Survey about Sexual Assault Results    View PDF
Survivor's Media Guide    View PDF
What Happens Now    View PDF
A booklet to help children who have been sexually abused
What Happens Now    View PDF
A booklet for families of children who have been sexually abuse
Enhancing Services for Male Survivors of Sexual Trauma in PEI.     View PDF
Why Sexual Abuse of Children Occurs    View PDF
Male Survivor Project    View PDF
Sexual Assault Laws    View PDF
Canadian survey on sexual assault    View PDF
Sexual Assault and Consent    View PDF
Laws around Consent    View PDF
Myths About Sexual Assault    View PDF
Date/Acquaintance Rape    View PDF
Date Rape Drugs    View PDF
Male Survivors of Sexual Assault    View PDF
For men who have experienced sexual assault    View PDF
After a sexual assault    View PDF
Our Services for Survivors of Sexual Assault    View PDF
Child Sexual Abuse    View PDF
Abuse Related Trauma    View PDF
The Brain and Memory of Trauma    View PDF    View Diagram
Trauma Therapy    View PDF
Male Survivors    View PDF
Our Services for Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse    View PDF
Sexual Harassment    View PDF
Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships    View PDF
Things Men Should Know About Sex and Dating    View PDF
Grounding Techniques    View PDF
For Friends and Family of Sexual Abuse Survivors    View PDF
A Message for Health Care Providers Concerning Survivors of Sexual Abuse/Assault    View PDF
Recommended Reading    View PDF


"Nobody's Victim: Language, Culture and Changes". A free public presentation with author and cultural critic R Clifton Spargo.
How do media representations of rape and abuse shape public attitudes? What role does language play as advocates and activists seek to frame the issue of sexual violence, while calling the public to action? Why is the creation of new forms of media so critical to challenging a world that too often allows, and even encourages, violence against women? How are survivors "taking the narrative back" through the sharing of their own testimonies? 

Friday, April 10, 12 - 1:30 pm Rodd Charlottetown Hotel

Lunch will be provided. Sp[ace is limited, so you must pre-register by calling 902-566-1864 or by e-mail at 

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An interactive lecture/photography presentation, featuring Voices and Faces Project founder Anne K Ream
Public presentation, Thursday April 9, 7 pm Rodd Charlottetown Hotel. 

In her presentation, Anne reflects on the lessons she's learned from the remarkable women and men she's interviewed, considers new models for creating a safer and more just world for victims, and challenges conventional thinking on how survivors heal - all through the sharing of the stories of those she's interviewed.  

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The Stories We Tell: A Writing Workshop for Survivors of Sexual Violence, Domestic Violence and Trafficking
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“The RESPECT Project – Responding to and Preventing Sexual Violence in PEI”
The on line survey about sexual violence in PEI is now closed. We thank everyone who took time to participate.  A report of the findings can be found under "Resources". 
Read more about the project.

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Men Matter: Group Programs for Male Survivors
A free service for men who are on a journey of recovery from sexual abuse. 
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