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YOU ARE IN CONTROL.

果酱视频 is committed to fostering safer campuses. We are committed to empowering survivors through dedicated support, ongoing education and action. If you or someone you know has been impacted by sexual violence, we are here to help.

Get Support

You are in control. We understand that each survivor has a unique experience and will feel supported in their own way. It is always up to the survivor to choose the best support for them. You have options. Here are a few of the tools we believe in.

Online report (REES)

(Respect, Educate, Empower Survivors) is a sexual violence reporting tool that empowers survivors to be able to own their stories. REES is a survivor-centric 24/7 centralized online reporting and information platform that provides increased options for students to report campus sexual harassment, misconduct and assault. REES includes multiple reporting options and critical information about resources and supports available both on campus and in the community.

You will be connected to campus support

When you choose REES, the report goes to the student support coordinator Kaylen Lesko. Then, Kaylen will reach out to connect with you so she can explain your options and work with you through the next steps.

You can easily send the report to police

"Report to police" is an optional feature available in partnership with local law enforcement. When a survivor chooses this reporting option, REES will transfer their contact information and record directly to the police.

You can stay anonymous

This option gives survivors the ability to provide anonymous data about campus-related sexual violence provided to the post-secondary institution without making a formal disclosure or complaint. This data can be used to develop prevention education, enhance security on campus, inform policy and meet reporting requirements.

 

On-campus supports

Student Support Coordinator

The student support coordinator, Kaylen Lesko, supports students who might struggle to navigate the complexities of post-secondary education. She is able to work with the student to understand their struggles and make effective referrals to other 果酱视频 or community-based support services. Kaylen is responsible for the Connect to Campus function through REES reporting for sexual violence incidents. She is available for drop-in appointments on the Kelowna campus and can be reached via phone or virtual appointment for students on other campuses. Email Kaylen: KLesko@okanagan.bc.ca

Counselling

Counsellors provide free, confidential, one-on-one counselling support to students who have been sexually assaulted and/or impacted by sexual abuse and other forms of sexualized violence.  If you are unsure if you have experienced sexual violence and want to speak with someone further, a counsellor can help you safely explore and process your experience(s). Contact Counselling Services鈥痜or support and to discuss your options. Request an appointment.

Security

Security can be contacted in an urgent or emergency situation. If you feel unsafe on campus contact Campus Security or call 911.

  • Kelowna campus: 250-317-2435
  • Penticton campus: 250-486-3879
  • Salmon Arm campus:  250-317-2435 (no on-site security)
  • Vernon campus: 250-307-4574

Security offers Walk Safe support should you wish for a security escort to your vehicle or another destination on campus. Download the 果酱视频 safe app or call to access this. 

 

Medical Care

If you have experienced sexual assault, you may wish to seek medical care. To see a Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) doctor, visit the nearest hospital鈥檚 emergency department and request a SART physician. You are welcome to bring a support person with you if you chose to. If you do not have a trusted support person, you can request one from organizations such as  or other community resources. Note: .

  • This type of care can allow for STI prevention or treatment, emergency contraceptives, and more. 
  • You do not have to make a report to the police at the time of the exam.
  • You do not have to do this alone. Bring a supportive person or request one through organizations like The Elizabeth Fry Society.

Medical Care Options

Penticton Regional Hospital

 offers transportation and support services for medical services. 

Kelowna General Hospital

offers transportation and support services for medical services ( as well) .

 Vernon Jubilee Hospital

 

 

Shuswap Lake General Hospital

offers transportation and support services for medical services. .

Community resources

If you have questions about any of these community supports or need assistance getting in touch with them, please connect with the student support coordinator Kaylen Lesko at KLesko@okanagan.bc.ca

Be part of the solution

Connect with Sexual Violence and Consent training and resources to learn more about consent and how sexual violence impacts everyone.

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