CoSA Community Forum: Working Towards No More Victims

On March 7, 2012 we held a community forum at the Main Branch of the Ottawa Public Library. The event was free and open to all.

At this community forum, we discussed CoSA’s role and purpose to achieve No More Victims, and how we accomplish remarkable results in the National Capital Region and beyond.

o    Keynote speaker Andrew McWhinnie, National Advisor to the Associate Director General of Chaplaincy, Correctional Service of Canada
o    Detective Mitch Houle, High Risk Offender Unit, Ottawa Police Services
o    Steve Sullivan, Executive Director, Ottawa Victims Services
o    Susan Haines, CoSA-Ottawa Volunteer

            2012 marks the 10th Anniversary of CoSA operating in Ottawa!

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Fundraiser (November 2011)

CoSA Gives Back

Fundraiser for CanUgan Disability Support Project

The CanUgan Disability Support Project provides people with disabilities in Uganda with means of transportation and communication, including tricycles, white canes and hearing aids; as well as vocational training to help them earn a livelihood.

CoSA-Ottawa helped to raise over $1000 toward this important cause!

 Event Date: Saturday, November 19, 2011
Time: 2:00 – 5:00 pm
Location: St John’s Church (154 Somerset St. W at Elgin St)
Cost: Free admission
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Cornwall Public Inquiry (2008)

Cornwall Public Inquiry (2008)   This study looks at the treatment and support needs of male child sexual abuse victims, in Eastern Ontario, who have also been perpetrators of sexual abuse as adults.
Please note: scroll down the page to Circles of Support and Accountability – Male Victims of Sexual Abuse as Children Who Have Offended Sexually as Adults.
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