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Sexual Violence Prevention and Response

We will no longer be able to accommodate in-person appointments However, you will still have access to support via phone call or zoom video. The best way to set up an appointment is through email: lynn.thera@uregina.ca

You will be listened to, respected, and believed!

The University of Regina Sexual Violence Prevention and Response coordinator can assist survivors or their supports via telephone, Zoom or email.

You do not have to make a report to access University services.

The University of Regina Sexual Violence Prevention and Response (SVPR) coordinator can assist either survivors or their supports in person, or by telephone or e-mail. Supports include:

  • listening and respecting the survivor’s choice in recovery;

  • accompaniment to appointments or in seeking medical attention;

  • referrals to both on and off campus resources; and

  • advocate for deferrals, extensions and/or other academic accommodations, and general information.

The SVPR coordinator supports sexual violence prevention programing and workshops that educate and encourage a community of responsibility. Bringing in the Bystander workshops teach bystanders the skills necessary to both identify the continuum of violence and intervene in a safe way. The University also provides opportunities to share information on sexual violence, healthy relationships and consent.

Our Approach

  • Trauma-informed response that focuses on the needs of survivors.

  • Respecting the needs of survivors, listening non-judgmentally, and supporting with compassion.

  • Choice and empowerment.

  • Creating a culture of responsibility and compassion.

  • Seeking to prevent sexual violence through awareness and educational opportunities.

  • A welcoming space for sexual and gender diverse students, staff and community members.

  • Respect for cultural diversity and the specific needs of all students.