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HELP FOR RESPONDENTS
As an SFU or FIC community member, if you have been named as a respondent in a report of sexual violence and misconduct (that is, someone alleges you have caused them harm), SFU’s Sexual Violence Support & Prevention Office will help by providing you with information and options to support you in making informed decisions. We will streamline access to supports and services both on and off campus.
For more information about the reporting process please refer to this information sheet.
Phone: 778.782.4563 | http://www.sfu.ca/ombudsperson.html
The Ombudsperson at SFU is an independent, impartial and confidential resource for students. The Ombudsperson is available to help students become their own advocates by providing them with information or advice about regulations, policies and procedures. Please note this resource is not available to FIC students.
Phone: 1.800.663.1142 | https://www.sfu.ca/human-resources/apsa/benefits/efap.html
SFU Staff and Faculty may have access to confidential professional assistance for employees and their immediate family members in resolving personal, family, health and work problems through the Employee Family Assistance Program. For more information see the EFAP link in the Benefits section of your employee group on SFU's Human Resources website.
Phone: 1.844.451.9700 or 011.416.380.6578 from outside North America | www.sfu.ca/students/health/support/mental-health/my-ssp
MySSP is a free service available to all SFU students. With MySSP, all graduate and undergraduate students have access to immediate or ongoing confidential support - accessible from anywhere in the world by phone or through the downloadable app.