Below are a list of on-campus and community resources for Capilano University students and staff.

On-campus resources

Student Affairs

The Student Support Advisor is available to provide confidential information, support, safety planning, information on medical and reporting options, referrals to off campus resources as needed, and other services related to sexual violence.

The Student Support Advisor also works with the Indigenous Education and Affairs Office, as well as other campus resources to facilitate a safer pathway to disclose, report or foster healing. This could include traditional Indigenous wellness practices.

To book an appointment, you can call 604 986 1911, ext. 3046 or email disclosures@capilanou.ca.

The Community Well-Being Strategist offers educational engagement opportunities to students, staff, and faculty about the sexual violence prevention, consent, and creating a community of care and respect. The Community Well-Being Strategist can also tailor trainings to department needs as well as provide information on the sexual violence policy and procedures.

For more information or questions, you can email wellbeing@capilanou.ca.

Counselling Services

During Capilano University's reduction of on-campus services, counselling appointments will be available via telephone or booking online

Please call 604 984 1744 to arrange a phone appointment with a counsellor or email counselling@capilanou.ca.

Campus Security

For 24-hour immediate crisis support, the Campus Security office is located at the North Vancouver campus in Arbutus 017.

You can contact Campus Security by telephone at 604 984 1763 or by email at guards@capilanou.ca.

Human Resources

Human Resources can provide employees with information on support and safety options, receiving reports, and conduct investigations.

You can contact 604 986 1911 ex. 2098 or email hr@capilanou.ca.

Employees can also access Homewood Health for counselling support by calling 1 800 663 1142. This is a toll-free number available 24/7.

Community resources

VictimlinkBC

A 24/7 toll-free, confidential, multilingual telephone service available across B.C. It provides information and referral services to all victims of crime and immediate crisis support to victims of family and sexual violence.

Women Against Violence Against Women (WAVAW)

A 24/7 crisis support service, support for SANE kit collection, 3rd party reporting. They provide support services to survivors of sexualized violence who have shared experiences of gender marginalization: cis and trans women, Two-Spirit, trans, and/or non-binary people.

  • Call: 604 255 6344

BC Society for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse

The British Columbia Society for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse is a non-profit society established to provide therapeutic services for males who have been sexually abused at some time in their lives.

  • Call: 604 682 6482

Battered Women Support Services

Provides support and legal advocacy for women who have experienced sexual and domestic violence. Specific programs for Black and Indigenous women, immigrant, refugees, and sex workers.

  • Call: 604 687 1867

Family Services of the North Shore

Provides Stopping the Violence free counselling and support for families and children who have experienced sexual and domestic violence.

  • Call: 604 988 5281

Vancouver Coastal Health Sexual Assault Service

You can access a forensic exam (often known as a rape kit) at Vancouver General Hospital 24/7 within 7 days of an incident of sexual assault.

  • Call: 604 875 2881

Healing in Colour

Provides access to therapists who are committed to supporting BIPOC communities. You can access support through their website: Contact — Healing in Colour

Indian Residential School Survivors Society

The Indian Residential School Survivors Society provides essential services to Residential School Survivors, their families and those dealing with Intergenerational trauma.

  • Call: 604 985 0023

Stopping the Violence Counselling

Stopping the Violence provides individual and group counselling to women and transwomen who have experiences current or past relationship abuse, sexual assault, or physical, emotional or sexual abuse at any age.

  • Call: 604 331 1407, ext. 106 and 107

Vancouver Coastal Health Sexual Assault Service

You can access a forensic exam (often known as a rape kit) at Vancouver General Hospital 24/7 within 7 days of an incident of sexual assault.

  • Call: 604 875 2881