WE BELIEVE YOU
End Sexual Violence provides help and resources for support including our 24 Hour Support and Information Line 1-800-726-2743
Our Centre accepts personal donations to support our many programs and services for those impacted by sexual violence. Please click the link below to access our Canada Helps donation page. All donors will be provided with a charitable tax receipt.
Our volunteers become part of a dedicated group of people who provide an invaluable service to our community and to survivors of sexual violence in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Programs & Services
Learn about our programs and services for those impacted by sexual violence, service providers and our community.
We are a non-profit, community-based, charitable organization that exists to support individuals of all genders who have been impacted by sexual violence.
News & Events
Public Call for Board Members
We are looking for new board members! If this is something you may be interested in, click below to learn more about how to apply.
Merchandise Now Available
We now have End Sexual Violence NL merchandise for sale including t-shirts and sweatshirts. A huge thanks to Anna at Yellow Rose for designing these for us!
Reconnecting Body & Mind
Reconnecting Body and Mind is a free weekly skill-building and healthy living peer support group for people impacted by sexual violence. Sessions may include movement classes, nature walks, art, and nutritious cooking classes. Each week, participants will leave the workshop with a new skill and/or a physical gift that they can take with them.
“Happy Birthday to my dear sister Diane (Phelan) Duggan, RIP, who helped found the rape crisis centre in St. John’s NL (now called the NL Sexual Assault Crisis and Prevention Centre). She worked tirelessly for women’s issues including being a National Organisation of Women’s representative, being the first woman elected to the NL Catholic School Board and working with the mentally challenged at Exxon House in St. John’s. She herself succumbed to the pressures of life and chose to end it many years ago. There was a candlelight vigil held in her honour in St. John’s and she is still remembered fondly by many.”
Submitted by: Mike Phelan (June 1, 2022)