Safe Sport Line

1-833-656-SAFE (7233)
Call 24/7/365 for confidential support

Abuse, Harassment, Bullying or Hazing in Sport

SAFE SPORT LINE: 1-833-656-SAFE (7233)

If you or someone you know is experiencing abuse, harassment, bullying or hazing in sport, and you need someone to talk to, call the safe sport line: 1-833-656-SAFE (7233).

In Manitoba, it is everyone’s legal obligation to report suspected child abuse. If, in your honest judgment, you believe that a child may not be safe, you are legally required to report it. The experts at the Safe Sport Line can help you make that report. 

Add Us To Your Contacts

In your phone’s contacts, add the Safe Sport Line as a contact with this phone number: 1-833-656-SAFE (7233), and email address help@safesportline.ca, so you can have it at the ready if you’re ever in a situation you don’t know how to handle.

Confidential 24/7 Support

When you call or email the Safe Sport Line, a trained staff person with decades of experience in sport related abuse prevention, risk management, dispute resolution, and crisis intervention will help to answer your questions, address your concerns, and offer resources and guidance for actionable steps you can take towards a safe sport experience.

Call or email us anytime. All messages are responded to within 24 hours.

Pathway to Safer Sport in Manitoba

We take our commitment to participant safety very seriously. Sport Manitoba was the first provincial sport leader to implement the services of a toll-free support line for abuse, harassment, bullying, and hazing in sport. We strive to enable every person, especially children, to be free from abuse, harassment, bullying, or hazing to create a safe, inclusive, and welcoming environment for Manitobans to experience sport. 

We’re focused on championing a change in sport culture in Manitoba. The Safe Sport Line is part of the Pathway to Safer Sport that will elevate the sport experience and create a more welcoming environment.

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