Carleton University’s Sexual Assault Support Centre (SASC) remains open for virtual and phone appointments. The department is a survivor-centred space where those who have experienced sexual violence at any time, on or off campus, can receive support and academic accommodations. The centre provides referrals to resources located both on and off campus, and can also offer information about Carleton’s Sexual Violence policy and the process for both formal and informal resolutions. We believe you. To book an appointment with one of the advisors, contact by email. All services are free, confidential and available to all students, staff and faculty at Carleton.
In January 2021, SASC will be launching virtual support groups for survivors, in collaboration with the Sexual Assault Support Centre of Ottawa. To register or to learn more about individual peer support or group sessions in January 2021, please contact by email.
For all other resources and updates, visit the SASC website.
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