The Sexual Abuse Intervention Program (SAIP) was created to provide support to any Aboriginal child, youth, parent, or caregiver impacted by sexual abuse. By working one-on-one with a SAIP worker (a social worker specializing in this area), those in the program will learn to cope and manage their trauma.
Additionally, SAIP workers also provide community educational workshops, coping and skill development to caregivers and parents concerning sexual abuse impact and trauma, and support through the court process to those in the program.
SAIP Program Elements
- One-on-one counselling
- Educational workshops
- Coping & skill development
- Support through court process