Outreach Services

There are 2 project areas to the EGADZ Outreach Services, Street Outreach and Operation Help. Each area operates out in the community connecting and providing services to individuals who are leading or at risk of leading “High Risk Lifestyle”

Street Outreach Download Pamphlet

Street Outreach takes their services to the streets seven nights a week providing emergency services such as;

  • immediate assistance with nutrition
  • clothing
  • condoms
  • personal hygiene supplies
  • referrals for emergency housing and detox
  • emergency baby supplies such as formula and diapers
  • one on one counselling

During the day Street Outreach connects with clients providing follow up assistance with advocacy, justice support, housing, education, appointments and Crisis Counselling.

The Street Outreach also connects with youth in the afternoons at schools and parks providing fruit and safety information and awareness.

Street Outreach Hours of Operation

  •           Monday to Friday      9:30a.m. - 1a.m.
  •           Saturdays                    5p.m. - 1a.m.
  •           Sundays                       4p.m. – 12a.m.

For assistance contact (306)221-3719 

Operation Help Download Pamphlet

Operation Help is an outreach service that specializes in assisting people that are involved, or at risk of being involved, in sexual exploitation.   The Operation Help team provides support and services to any individual, not limited to age or gender, who voluntarily would like to exit the sex trade lifestyle.

Annual Day of Mourning

Every year Operation Help workers guide a youth committee in planning a memorial event called “The Day of Mourning”.  

The Day of Mourning takes place every August 14th and is an opportunity for families, friends and community to come together to remember those whose lives have been lost to sexual exploitation.

I AM NOT 4 SALE Download Pamphlet

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Mission Statement

We are a Community Partnership encouraging change for sexually exploited Children, Youth, Females and Males of all ages.

  • Access to immediate 24 hour resources with confidential, non-judgmental supports.
  • Providing safe and positive solutions to enable healthy lifestyle changes.

IAmNot4Sale.ca was inspired by the always changing needs of children, youth, females and males of all ages exploited by the Sex Trade. EGADZ works closely with them in the Operation Help and Street Outreach programs. However, the partners in our Sexual Exploitation Committee acknowledged a need for MORE, as well as different approaches to combat those who are using social media as well as Human Trafficking to exploit a vulnerable population. As technology changes, so must the options for those exploited and abused in the sex trade.

The Executive Director of EGADZ began meeting with funding agencies, expressing the need of an anonymous Website for victims of the sex trade/or at risk of, to be able to reach out in a non-threatening, non-committal environment. Coupled with the need, expressed were the benefits that came along with such a Website and App existing. Such benefits include allowing those exploited by the sex trade a way to communicate without fear or prosecution from their pimp or Jon, giving them the tools to access resources and gain education, ultimately supporting them with a WAY OUT.

A Youth Committee was put together which consists of women of various ages and life experiences. This committee consists of young women that have been affected by the sex trade. With support and help they are assisting us to take the journey in making positive life changes. The goal of the committee was to provide a Website and App that enables the victims of the sex trade, runaway's, and those being sexually exploited a safe, anonymous, confidential place where they can receive the support, resources, and help that they require. Discussed often during the committee meetings was the need for these children, youth, women and men to know they are NOT ALONE and no matter their need there is HELP and always OPTIONS. Stressed was the importance to create a non-judgmental, respectful atmosphere where connections can be formed with community agencies as well as relationships built among those currently or previously exploited through the sex trade.

Upon reviewing the proposals and meeting with the Intervention Youth Committee, the Canadian Women's Foundation- Government of Saskatchewan-Status of Women's Office-Ministry of Social Services, Office of the Provincial Interlocutor First Nations, Metis, and Northern Affairs- Government Relations became active funders and supporters of the IAmNot4Sale.ca campaign. As funders they have donated a substantial amount towards the success and completion of this project.