FOR URGENT ASSISTANCE:
Call 911 or call Campus Security at 778.782.4500
SEXUAL VIOLENCE SUPPORT & PREVENTION OFFICE
Contact the Sexual Violence Support & Prevention Office
Tel: 778-782-7233 | email: email@example.com
Support and advice is available at the Sexual Violence Support and Prevention Office for any SFU community member – student, staff and faculty – who is impacted by sexual violence, regardless of when or where the incident took place. The SVSPO provides confidential and ongoing assistance and support, referrals and information, as well as reporting options. Alternatively, you may choose to access individual services. For information on GP 44: Sexual Violence and Misconduct Prevention, Education, and Support, visit: www.sfu.ca/sexual-violence/policy-law.
778-782-4500 | www.sfu.ca/srs
Emergency support at all SFU campuses 24hours/7 days a week. Security staff can provide emergency first aid, support referral, assist in hospital transportation and, if appropriate, assist in calling 911 to direct police/ambulance.
Below is a list of some of the many options available to you. You can access them with the help of the SVSPO or on your own.
Toll-free, confidential, multilingual telephone service avialable across B.C. available 24 hours/7 days a week. Provides information and referral for anyone impacted by crime.
WAVAW Rape Crisis Centre
604-255-6344/ toll-free 1-877-392-7583 | www.wavaw.ca
Rape Crisis Centre for Women offers 24-hour confidential immediate emotional support, referrals and hospital accompaniment.
Surrey Women's Centre
604-583-1295 | www.surreywomenscentre.ca
Sexual assualt and domestic violence relief centre in Surrey acailable 24hours/ 7 days a week.
Ending Violence Association of BC (EVA BC)
Provincial non-profit organization supporting over 240 community-based anti-violence programs. An online directory can help you connect with information about services available throughout BC.
BC Society for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse
604-682-6482 | www.bc-malesurvivors.com
Not-for-profit society that provides therapeutic services for males who have been sexually abused at some point in their lives.
SFU Health and Counselling Services is staffed with both doctors and counsellors who can provide the following services:
- Pregnancy tests
- STI tests and treatment
- Emergency Contraceptive (“morning after” pills, Plan B, or Copper IUD)
The purpose of this exam is to collect DNA and other evidence that can be used should you wish to report the sexual assault to authorities. It is completed at a local hospital and should be conducted within seven days of the assault.
You do not have to report at the time of the exam, but the collection process allows evidence to be securely stored for up to one year.
Vancouver General Hospital Sexual Assault Services
Specially trained nurses and nurse examiners provide treatment for injury and sexually transmitted infection, pregnancy prevention, forensic evidence collection and emotional support.
Surrey Memorial Hospital
Forensic Nurse examiners see patients of all genders who have experienced sexual assault in the past 7 days.