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Face the Issue Campaign

If you are in an emergency situation, call 911 or your local police.

Face the Issue is an awareness campaign that helps people understand what they can do to stand up against interpersonal violence and abuse. The aim of the campaign is to educate the public and inspire conversations and actions that will help reduce violence and abuse in Saskatchewan.

The Face the Issue webpage has a list of resources created in partnership with 211 Saskatchewan to provide the public with relevant information and services related to interpersonal violence.

Working together as a province, we can make a difference and reduce the impact of interpersonal violence and abuse.

Take a stand against violence. Face the issue.

Campaign Phase 2 Information:

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Join the conversation online at #FaceTheIssueSK

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