Guide to BIPOC Sexual Violence Support Services

This guide has been developed by SFU's Sexual Violence Support & Prevention Office in consultation with various campus and community partners. SFU or FIC campus community members who are interested in accessing any of these support services are encouraged to visit the relevant webpages to learn more about a particular service. The SVSPO can also help connect you to campus and community support services that work for you. Please contact us at or 778-782-7233 to be connected with an SVSPO case manager.

SFU Support Services

Health and Counselling Services

  • Support groups for SFU and FIC students of various identities and communities

  • Personal counselling for Black students: Tricia-Kay Williams is available to Black SFU students and recent alumni for ongoing, one-to-one counselling (for a maximum of 10 sessions / per issue).

My Student Support Program (My SSP)

  • Free, confidential counselling services in multiple languages for SFU and FIC students
  • BIPOC counsellors available by request

Indigenous Student Centre (ISC)

  • ISC Elders are available to provide students guidance and support.

  • Personal counselling with Indigenous counsellors, Tanu Gamble and Jennifer Reandy

Community Support Services in the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley

Archway Community Services
Various programs and services in multiple languages

Atira Women’s Resource Society
Counselling and support groups
Over 66% of Atira staff are Indigenous women and Women of Colour

Battered Women’s Support Services
Counselling and support programs for Indigenous, Black, and Latin American women

DIVERSEcity Stopping the Violence Counselling and Multicultural Outreach Program
Counselling and support for immigrant and refugee women in multiple languages

First Nations Health Authority
Funding for counselling services for Indigenous people

Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association (FRAFCA)
Counselling and support services, including a medical clinic, for Indigenous people

Healing in Colour
Directory of BIPOC therapists in Canada and other resources

Counselling and support services for immigrants, refugees, and multicultural populations in Vancouver and BC
Services available in various languages

Moving Forward Family Services
Lower-cost counselling services in multiple languages

Options BC Threshold Multicultural Outreach
One-to-one support for women who have experienced abuse or sexual violence

Surrey Women’s Centre
Crisis supports including crisis line and Punjabi crisis line
Victim Support Services in English, Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu, French.
Counselling services in English, Punjabi, Hindi and Indigenous counsellors

WAVAW Rape Crisis Centre
Indigenous counselling and support groups

VictimLink BC
Multilingual services for people who have experienced sexual violence