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The Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA), SaskCulture, Sask Sport Inc., and the Canadian Red Cross have a vision that Sport, Culture and Recreation in Saskatchewan will be free of harassment and abuse.  

Talk It Out: Support Line

The Talk It Out: Support Line for Sport, Culture and Recreation provides support, guidance and resources on abuse, harassment, hazing and bullying. 

Whether you are a coach, parent, spectator, board members, official or anyone involved in youth activities, Respect Education encourages positive sport, recreation and cultural experiences.

The Support Line provides 24 hour confidential support for adults with questions, concerns, reports or inquiries about bullying, hazing, harassment and abuse. 

Call the Support Line at 1-866-773-5777

For e-support, contact rdcross@sasktel.net

Education is the key to prevention

Help promote Respect Education in communities across Saskatchewan and achieve the goal of one day eliminating violence and abuse from sport, culture and recreation. There is a wealth of resources available to help you manage risk and ensure your program is both safe and fun for your participants.

Resources

We have various resources for you to help spread the word about this crucial support, including:

Share it on Social Media

Use the tools below to help spread the word that assistance is available for youth and adults who are experiencing challenges in their sporting, cultural or recreational activities.

Don’t forget to use the hashtag #TalkItOutSK and tag one or more of the following:
@RedCrossSK @SaskParksandRec @SaskCulture @RespectGroup

More Respect Education Programs

Additional resources on bullying, child rights, hazing, peer harassment and positive role modeling are available through the Canadian Red Cross, and through SPRA's online catalog in our Resource Centre.

Training is provided by the Canadian Red Cross. Contact your local Respect Education coordinator for information.

Respect Education is supported by the Canadian Red Cross, Sask Sport, and SaskCulture and the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association.