Individuals who disclose that they have experienced sexual violence will be provided support services and will be treated with dignity and respect at all times by the University and its representatives. A person affected by sexual violence is not required to report an incident of or make a complaint about sexual violence under the formal complaint process of the Sexual Violence Policy in order to obtain support and services, or in order to receive appropriate accommodation for their needs.
The supports and services available at the University to obtain information about sexual violence and/or support are as follows:
Support and services available from the University:
Sexual Assault Support Centre
Health and Counselling Services
Sexual Assault/Trauma Counsellor
Campus Safety Services
General inquiries: 613-520-3612
Support and services available from off-campus providers:
Ottawa Police Service
General Inquiries: 613-236-1222
Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre
24 hour crisis line: 613-562-2333
General inquiries: 613-562-2334
Sexual Assault Support Centre of Ottawa
24 hour support line: 613-234-2266
General Inquiries: 613-725-9259
Sexual Assault and Partner Abuse Program at the Civic Campus of the Ottawa Hospital
613-798-5555 x 13770
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