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Emergencies & Off Campus Supports

YWCA Amethyst Project 403-320-1881 24 hour counselling and advocacy
Lethbridge Family Services 403-327-5724 Counselling
Victim Services 403-330-5023 Support and advocacy
Lethbridge Police 403-328-4444 Criminal Reporting
Employee and Family Assistance Program 1-800-663-1142 UofL Employees only

 

I need Medical Attention

Medical attention including pregnancy prevention, STI/HIV testing, physical injury &/or mental health support and treatment:

  • Emergency Room through Lethbridge's Chinook Regional Hospital Emergency Department (403-388-6111)
  • University of Lethbridge's Health Centre: 403-329-2484 (during business hours)
  • Any walk-in clinic
  • Any pharmacy
  • Your family physician
  • Sexual Health Centre (up to age 24) - 403-320-0110

On Campus Supports

UofL students who have been sexually assaulted can contact the university's Coordinator of Student Wellness Education and Sexual Violence Support at sexualviolenceinfo@uleth.ca during regular hours.  This central contact is in place to ensure that students who have been affected by sexual assault have direct and coordinated access to information about on-campus and off-campus resources, supports, and options. On campus resources include, but are not limited to:

Security Services 403-329-2345 For information about resources, supports and reporting options
Health Centre 403-329-2484 Medical services
Counselling Services 403-317-2845 Free and confidential counselling support
Campus Women’s Centre 403-329-2094 Advocacy
ULSU 403-329-2222 Advocacy

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Policy on Sexual Violence

University of Lethbridge's Sexual Violence Policy

The University of Lethbridge's policy on Sexual Violence was approved by the University Board of Governors in April 2016.  It reinforces the University's commitment to university-wide activity aimed at awareness, education, resources and supports to members of the University community as it relates to all aspects of this issue.  Access the policy here.

An initial review of this policy will take place in the Spring of 2017.