Our mission is to make our campus safer by providing judgment-free consent education and training in order to fight rape culture on campus. From condoms to consent training, we do this in a number of ways including poster and media campaigns, workshops and training, safer sex packets, tabling with free swag, and much more!
I ♥ Consent is a joint campaign operated by the Capilano Students’ Union and Capilano University’s support & wellness department.
What We Do
Throughout the year, the I ♥ Consent campaign will be engaging students on the topic of sexualized violence and holding workshops to promote consent on campus. We are also calling on all university community members to take a stand and pledge their commitment to practicing and promoting consent, challenging rape culture and supporting survivors.
If you are interested in getting more involved, get in touch with one of the contacts in the sidebar.
Birch 267 • email@example.com • 604.984.1744
Counselling Services are available by phone between 9:00am and 3:00pm, Monday to Friday. Please call or email to make appointments. For urgent situations outside of these hours, call the 24-hour BC Crisis Centre line (604.872.3311). Visit Health and Counselling Services for more information
Birch 249 • 604.984.4964. (North Vancouver)
General medical services are available to students at no charge on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the spring and fall terms.
Kéxwusm-áyakn Student Centre
Library 196 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 604 984 1762, ext. 1762 (North Vancouver)
Guidance and support from an Indigenous perspective — a safe and supportive space for Indigenous students at CapU.
VictimLinkBC is a toll-free, confidential, multilingual telephone service available across BC and Yukon 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It provides information and referral services to all victims of crime and immediate crisis support to victims of family and sexual violence, including victims of human trafficking exploited for labour or sexual services. They can be reached at 1.800.563.0808.
Battered Women Support Services
A feminist voice against violence and oppression, Battered Women Support Services is a strong, dynamic organization that provides support and advocacy for women who have experienced abuse, as well as community education and training about violence against women.
Women Against Violence Against Women
Women Against Violence Against Women (WAVAW) is a feminist, anti-oppressive, decolonizing rape crisis centre operating on unceded Coast Salish Territories. 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. They advocate for social and systemic change through education, outreach and activism. if you are in need of immediate crisis assistance, call 604.255.6344 in the Lower Mainland or call their national toll-free line at 1.877.392.7583.
British Columbia 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.
Ending Violence Association of BC: Staying Safe during COVID-19
The Ending Violence Association of British Columbia (EVA BC) doesn’t provide frontline counselling or support services, but works to coordinate and support the work of victim-serving and other anti-violence programs in BC through the provision of issue-based consultation and analysis, resource development, training, research, and education. EVA BC will continue posting regular updates, news, and information on their Social Media feeds. Please visit them on Facebook and Twitter.
Ending Violence Association of BC: Services in the Lower Mainland and Sunshine Coast
This page features a curated list of victim services, violence counselling services, and outreach programs. This includes the Stopping the Violence Counselling program, which survivors of sexual violence can access. It is searchable by geographic region.
If you aren’t sure which resource might be a good fit for you, you can contact Ashley Bentley, the student rights and responsibilities advisor at Capilano University, for guidance at 604.986.1911×3578 (office) or 604.802.9422 (cell).
More information resources related to domestic violence (see bottom of page).