As part of a tour across Quebec, a traveling legal and social clinic offering legal advice and psychological support and information to victims of sexual violence will be in Sherbrooke on Tuesday, Jan. 21. The clinic is confidential, free of charge and no appointment is necessary. The travelling clinic was organized by Juripop, in collaboration with the Réseau des centres d’aide aux victims d’actes criminels (Help Centre for Victims of a Criminal Act-CAVAC), the Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions (DPCP) and other partners from different backgrounds, and will visit 12 different regions in Quebec during the tour. Several lawyers in civil, family, immigration, labour and administrative law, accompanied by prosecutors, psychosocial workers and police officers, will be available for the referral of victims of sexual violence to assist in their legal efforts and to offer them psychosocial support based on their needs and expectations. To see the complete schedule and details regarding the Sherbrooke stop on the #Me Too tour, visit www.juripop.org or write to firstname.lastname@example.org. See full story in the Wednesday, Jan. 15 edition of The Record.