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Sexual Assault Response Phone Line

You are not alone. Our sexual assault response line is available to you 24/7. Skilled support workers are here to listen and provide non-judgmental support and information. Our services are free and confidential.

Connect with a support worker, call 604-924-7676

Sexual Assault Response Program

The Sexual Assault Response Program provides free coordinated services for survivors of sexual assault, inclusive of all ages and genders, and available to all residents of North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Bowen Island and Lions Bay.

What is Sexual Assault

Sexual assault is any sexual contact that you did not agree to. Sexual assault can include any form of sexual contact (unwanted touching, forced kissing, forced sex). It may have happened to you in the past, or it may have happened recently. In Canada, sexual assault is a crime.

Sexual assault can happen to anyone, of any background, at any age. What happened to you was not your fault. Sexual assault is a traumatic experience. You may be in a state of shock, you may feel guilty, anxious, numb, angry, embarrassed or ashamed. All of your reactions and feelings are normal. You are not alone. Help is available.

How We Can Help

Our support workers and counsellors are available for you to talk about what has happened. We respect your privacy and autonomy to decide how we can best support you.

We can go with you to the hospital, be there for you in court, advocate for you, provide counselling options, and let you know what additional support could be available for you.

What We Offer

  • General information about options
  • Emotional support
  • Crisis intervention
  • Safety planning
  • Hospital accompaniment
  • Criminal Justice System Support:
    – Police reporting assistance
    – Court accompaniment
    – Third party reporting
    – Crime victims assistance program application
  • Resources and referrals

You are not alone

Call us at 604-924-7676, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


The Sexual Assault Response Program is funded by the Province of British Columbia, and operated in partnership with the North Shore Crisis Services Society through after hours phone support provided by the Sage Transition House.