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What to do in case of sexual assault

Start with SARC

Concordia’s Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC) is central to the new Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) - now in operation to comply with Concordia's newly adopted policy regarding sexual violence.  The SARC coordinator acts as a single point of contact for first response in cases of sexual violence and will – with the consent of survivors – provide support and manage cases  through coordination across internal and external resources. If you are in immediate danger, please call Security at 514-848-3717, or ext. 3717 if you are using a university phone.

Coordinator - Jennifer (JD) Drummond
jennifer.drummond@concordia.ca
sarc@concordia.ca
514-848-2424 ext. 3353

On-campus resources


Off-campus physical and psychological care

Obtain physical and psychological care at a designated centre

All regions of Quebec have designated centres that offer services especially for people that have been sexually assaulted and require a health assessment, a medical exam or a forensic interview - available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

It is recommended:

  • If you were assaulted less than 5 days ago, go to a designated centre as soon as possible.
  • If you were assaulted more than 6 days ago, call ahead and make an appointment.
  • If you were assaulted over a year ago, contact another resource.
     
Designated Centres (offering English-speaking services):
Montreal Sexual Assault Centre The Montreal General Hospital - Emergency Room CHUM – Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal Emergency Room

CSSS de la Montagne, CLSC Métro
1801 de Maisonneuve West, 3rd floor

514 934-4504 or
514 934-0354

1650 avenue Cedar

514-934-8090

*paging service, ask for the on-call sexual assault support worker

3840 rue Saint-Urbain

514-890-8444

*paging service, ask for the on-call sexual assault support worker


Off-campus resources

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