Thompson Rivers University
Thompson Rivers University

Supports

TRU Counselling Department

Free personal, career and crisis counselling for all TRU students

TRU Health Services

Medical services for all TRU students and employees


TRU Wellness Centre

One-to-one holistic health consultations and heath information, peer support through the Student Wellness Ambassador Team

Campus Security

Security are on campus 24/7 and can provide accompaniment to students through their SafeWalk services.

  • The security office (HL 128) is located on the first floor of the Brown Family House of Learning Building.
  • On-duty security staff can be contacted by calling 250-828-5033; Local 5033.

Community-Based Victim Services Worker

A community based victim services worker from the Kamloops Sexual Assault Counselling Centre (KSACC) is available on campus every Tuesday from 1:00pm - 4:00pm. The CBVSW can provide information about sexualized violence as it relates to the justice system. This includes information about court processes, how to fill out court-related forms, reporting procedures to authorities and anonymous Third Party reports. All services are confidential and separate from TRU’s student services. KSACC does not share any information with TRU about students who access their services on or off campus.

  • To book an appointment, please contact KSACC directly at 250-372-0179 or drop by Student Services at OM 1631.
Sexualized Violence Prevention and Response Manager

The Sexualized Violence Prevention and Response Manager can offer emotional support, safety planning, connections to additional resources, academic and housing accommodations, and accompaniment to legal and health options. The SVPRM can also provide information on reporting options, and support through reporting processes. TRU recognizes that experiences of violence will be shaped by many factors such as sex, ancestry, race, ethnicity, language, ability, faith, age, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Meaghan is available to support anyone on campus who has experienced violence. Those seeking support are welcome to bring someone to their appointment. If there are specific things that would make reaching out and accessing support easier for you or someone you know, please contact Meaghan at mhagerty@tru.ca.

  • Book an appointment with Meaghan through Student Services at 250-828-5023
  • Confidentiality: If the SVPRM has reason to believe that you or someone else is at imminent risk of being harmed, she is legally required to report this information.
Kamloops Sexual Assault and Counselling Centre
  • Client-centered services to victims of sexual assault, child sexualized abuse, domestic violence and sexual harassment.
  • www.ksacc.ca
  • 250-372-0179
  • 601 - 235 First Ave.
  • ksacc@ksacc.ca
Royal Inland Hospital

Emergency room and Sexual Assault Response Team


Public Health Youth Clinic

Sexual and reproductive health

Kamloops RCMP Detachment

Reporting, Victims Services


Sexual Assault Response Team

KSACC’s SART team will provide immediate support, information and advocacy to individuals who have been sexually assaulted within the past 7 days. Specially trained volunteers are on-call Friday at 4:30 to Monday at 8:30 am. SART’s support is available at Royal Inland Hospital to victims/survivors who request their services.

  • More information will be available soon on the KSACC website
  • RIH
Y Women’s Emergency Shelter

Critical services to women and children fleeing violence


Stopping the Violence Outreach Services

Community based support

VictimLink

Information and referral services

TRU Williams Lake Counselling
TRU Williams Lake Disability Services

Williams Lake Health Services
Williams Lake Services for Aboriginal Students
  • 250-392-8179

Downloads

Posters

  • Be Your Own Bystander
  • Consent
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Supporting a Survivor
  • Step Up - How you can help prevent sexualized violence
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