Legal advice for sexual assault survivors

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To give adult survivors of sexual assault better support, the province of Nova Scotia created the Legal Advice for Sexual Assault Survivors program.
 
The program respects survivors’ privacy and their right to make their own decisions. Registering is done through an independent agency, 211 Nova Scotia, and participants do not have to report to police or take legal action if they use this service.
 
To be eligible, participants must be 16 years or older, and the assault must have taken place in Nova Scotia.
 
For more information about the program, click here.