Ottawa – Sexual Assault Services Survey

Carleton University graduate students in partnership with the Ottawa Rape Crisis Center (ORCC) are conducting a research study investigating the gaps, needs and wants sexual assault services according to service users within the Ottawa region. Individuals will participate in an anonymous online survey, regarding their experience of accessing sexual assault services within the Ottawa area.

PARTICIPANT ELIGIBILITY:

  • 16 or older
  • experienced sexual violence
  • accessed sexual assault services within the past 10 years

Please view this poster for more details or go to the following website to complete the online survey.

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