The RespectED for Sport, Culture and Recreation Project is an effort to provide education and resources on abuse, harassment, hazing and bullying throughout the province. The RespectED for Sport, Culture & Recreation Support Line was created through a successful collaboration of the Canadian Red Cross, Sask Sport, SaskCulture, and Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association. Callers receive information, support, advice, and referral to appropriate authorities as necessary.
For: Coaches, Parents, Spectators, Board Members, Officials and any other adults involved in youth activities
Purpose: The Support Line provides confidential support for adults with questions, concerns, reports or inquiries about bullying, hazing, harassment and abuse.
Types of Support: Includes but is not limited to assistance in reporting a concerning incident, guidance in drafting harassment policies for an organization, providing information about hazing to concerned parents and educating adults on appropriate coaching and officiating techniques when working with youth.
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