Consultation, collective mobilization and rights advocacy

Solidly rooted in their respective communities, the CALACS develop various projects with local and national partners, always to stop sexual assault and promote social justice.
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The CALACS particularly advocate to defend the collective rights of women and girls; to provide alternatives to institutional analyses, interventions and practices; and to offer quality, adapted services accessible throughout Quebec.

The CALACS are also characterized by their more demanding activities, which can take the form of demonstrations, petitions, public statements and support for various causes of feminist and community movements.


To find a center near you, browse through the list of resources like CALACS (Sexual Assault Help Centers) or use our service locator.  

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