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WHAT IF I AM A SURVIVOR OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE?

 

  • If you are in immediate danger or are seriously injured, call 911.
  • If you are not in immediate danger but have experienced sexual violence, you may want to seek medical attention from your local hospital, clinic or family doctor.
  • Some hospitals have Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) who are specially trained to respond to victims of sexual violence. You can ask to speak to the SANE when you arrive at the Emergency Department at the hospital.
  • Please call one of the support lines listed to find our more information about sexual violence services.
  • It’s not your fault. Support and safety are available. There are people who believe you and are ready to support you. Talk to someone you trust. Keep asking for help until you get what you need. You are not alone.

      
SEXUAL ASSAULT RESOURCES

Sexual Violence New Brunswick – 24-hour support line

506 454-0437

L’éclipse (Edmundston)

506 739-7729

Greater Saint John Sexual Assault Response Team

506 634-8295
ext. 214

Beauséjour Family Crisis Resource Centre

506 533-9100

Libère Toi (Support line) (Acadian Peninsula)

506-395-3555

South East Sexual Assault Centre (Moncton) – 24-hour support line

1-844 853-0811

Boréal Child and Youth Expertise Centre

506-383-8300

National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered – Indigenous Women and Girls Support Line

1-844-413-6649


OTHER RESOURCES
AIDS NB Information Line 1 800 561-4009

Chimo 24-hour Helpline

1 800 667-5005

Elsipogtog Crisis Centre 24-hour Crisis Line

506 523-8260

Police/Emergency

911

Telecare

811


 

CAMPUS RESOURCES
The province's universities and community colleges have resources available on campus to support students. Contact your student services office to get more information.

 

MAKING A SEXUAL HARASSMENT COMPLAINT

Sexual harassment is prohibited under the New Brunswick Human Rights Act. Sexual harassment means making harassing comments or conduct of a sexual nature that is known or ought to be known to be unwelcome.

For information about rights and responsibilities, or to make a complaint to the Human Rights Commission, please visit the following link:

New Brunswick Human Rights Commission – Filing a complaint