A comprehensive list of information and services available to Saskatchewan’s amateur sport community to keep sport welcoming and safe for participants can be found below.
The Sask Sport Resource Line provides free, confidential and anonymous assistance to calls, texts or emails inquiries regarding possible bullying, abuse, harassment or discrimination in sport.
If you, or a child you know needs help, the KIDS HELP PHONE (1.800.668.6868) is Canada’s only national 24-hour bilingual and anonymous phone counselling, web counselling and referral service for children and youth.
The Canadian Sport Helpline is a free, anonymous, confidential and independent service in both official languages. It can be reached at 1.888.83SPORT.
The online Respect in Sport Activity Leader Program educates youth leaders, coaches, officials and participants (14 years and up) to recognize, understand and Respect in Sport is an online training program for coaches, activity leaders and parents. It is designed as a toll to assist in identifying and dealing with bullying, abuse, harassment and discrimination in sport, as well as in the workplace.
The Coaching Association of Canada offers a variety of training programs that empower with knowledge and skills, promote ethics, foster positive attitudes, build competence, and increase the credibility and recognition of coaches.
* Equivalent to Respect in Sport Activity Leader Training
The Commit to Kids program helps child-serving organizations reduce the risk of sexual abuse and create safer environments for children in their care.