As you may know, in response to the evolving concerns surrounding the COVID-19 virus, York University has recently announced it is moving all classes online until further notice.
Additional Updates on COVID-19:
- From The Centre: thecentre.yorku.ca/resources-2/covid19-support
- From York University: yubettertogether.info.yorku.ca
- From York University Division of Students: yubettertogether.info.yorku.ca/category/students
Thank you for your ongoing patience and understanding as we all navigate this situation together.
Building SAFER SPACES Toolkit
Consent Week at YorkU
Join the Centre for Sexual Violence Response, Support & Education as we raise awareness about consent during Consent Week at York U from September 28 to October 2, 2020.
Attend online panels, sessions and events open to students, staff and faculty.
Opportunities to Get Involved
To foster a culture where attitudes and behaviors that perpetuate sexual violence are rejected, survivors are supported, community members are educated and those who commit incidents of sexual violence are held accountable.
We trust in the power of advocacy and education. We believe in diverse and safe accessible services as they are fundamental to social change and empowering survivors. At the Centre, our work is driven by our communities needs. Survivors and all those affected by sexual violence will be provided with compassionate services, dignity, privacy, and respect.
The H.E.R.E model
How We Serve Our Community
Help Survivors have Access to supports Needed
Educate the Community about Sexual Violence
Respond to all forms of sexual violence with Care and Support
How We Can Help
Find out how we can support survivors of sexual violence and those who receive disclosures.
Click here to review York University's policy on sexual violence and how you can provide input.
Review the reporting form and steps to filing a formal complaint.
How You Can Help
Review tips and tools on how to respond to survivors of sexual violence.
Training Module Step 1: Sexual Violence Response & Awareness (All Community Members) (use code-CSVRSE)
Training Module Step 2: Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence (Staff & Faculty)
Click here for further supports and services on and off campus.
How We Can Work Together
Let's learn together.
How you can participate.
Review myths and videos.
Need Help Right Now?
York Security, URGENT
416-736-5333 or ext. 33333
The Centre for Sexual Violence Response, Support & Education
York Security, GENERAL
416-650-8000 or ext. 58000
York Security, TTY
416-736-5470 or ext. 55470
416-736-5454 or ext. 55454
24-hr Crisis Line 416-650-8056
Sherbourne Health Centre - Services for Lesbian, Gay and Trans people
Toronto Rape Crisis Centre Multicultural Women Against Rape
24-hr Crisis Line 416-597-8808
Good2Talk 24-hr Student Crisis Line
Women's College Hospital
Support Services for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse