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Stop. Ask. A message from U of G President Vaccarino.
Get involved in campus campaigns and clubs dedicated to ending sexual violence.
Learn about campus training programs relating to sexual violence prevention and care.
Learn more about the resources and services available on and off campus that can support you through a sexual assault.
Read University of Guelph policies and protocols relating to sexual assault, sexual violence and partner violence.
Find out the facts about sexual assault and gender violence.
Sexual Violence is an umbrella term that can include terms like sexual assault, Sexual Harassment, stalking, indecent exposure, voyeurism, and sexual exploitation.
Read full definitions.
If you need support right now, please contact any one of numbers below.
If this is an emergency dial 911.
Guelph-Wellington Women in CrisisPeople of all genders are welcome to call for support.
Care and Treatment Centre for Sexual Assault and Domestic ViolenceMedical assistance accessed through Emergency at Guelph General Hospital
Daytime: 519-837-6440 ext 2728
After Hours: 519-837-6440 ext 2210
Here 24/7Regional crisis line.
Good2TalkSupport for Ontario post-secondary students.
Support Services for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse (Ministry of the Attorney General)Multilingual phone line for immediate crisis and referral services.
Campus Community Police
519-824-4120 ext 52245
519-824-4120 ext 2000
Discover your options for reporting sexual violence.