Registered nurses, doctors and crisis counsellors offer medical treatment, emotional support and education about options for care and reporting for people who have been sexually assaulted in the past 4 days (96 hours).
Medical care includes treating or preventing sexually transmitted infections, pregnancy and other health concerns, follow-up testing and referrals to other health care services.
A crisis counsellor from Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse (CCASA) can provide support, give you information about common reactions to sexual assault and recovery, and support you, your family, friends or loved ones immediate and ongoing emotional needs.
Additional information is available at:
If you have been sexually assaulted within the past 4 days and you are:
If you have been sexually assaulted OVER 4 days ago, medical care and support is important.
Contact these services and organizations:
If you have been sexually assaulted within the past 4 days and you are 14 years or older -- go to the Sheldon M. Chumir Urgent Care Centre or any emergency department or urgent care centre.Tell the triage nurse when you check-in that you've been sexually assaulted.
If you have been sexually assaulted within the past 4 days and you are under 14 years of age – go to the Alberta Children’s Hospital Emergency Department. Tell the triage nurse when you check-in that you or your child has been sexually assaulted.
If you are a healthcare provider and you need to access or consult with CSART, call Foothills Medical Centre switchboard.
If it is an emergency or are in immediate danger call: 911
If you wish to report the sexual assault and it is not an emergency call the police non-emergency line.