Campus Resources

Campus Resources

See the For SUPPORT from Bishop’s University page of this website.

Community Resources

Community Resources

CHUS Fleurimont

(Designated Regional Center – Centre désigné régional)
3001, 12e avenue Nord, Sherbrooke
819-346-1110 (Ask for the Nurse on call, in charge of Sexual assault victims – demander l’infirmière de garde pour les victimes d’agression sexuelle).

Clinique de planification des naissances du CHUS

213, 13e avenue Nord, bureau 102, Sherbrooke

CALACS – Aggression Estrie

Women’s Center for help with and to fight against sexual assault. 24 Hr. Crisis and Support Line. Aggression Estrie supports women victims of sexual assault. It has a confidential phone support line, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Staff members offer referrals, ongoing monitoring, as well as legal, medical, and social accompaniment. They also offer support to the families and friends of victims.

Telephone: 819-563-9999 / 1-877-563-0793

MomentHom – (Centre d’entraide pour hommes de l’Estrie)

This organization works with men seeking assistance for a variety of issues, including family problems, relationship troubles, abuse, sexual assault, job loss, bereavement, and financial difficulties. Men counsellors are available in person for ongoing psychological and social support, and are also available by phone from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week.

412 Des Fusiliers, Sherbrooke
Phone: 819-563-0303

CIVAS Estrie (Centre d’intervention en violence et aggressions sexuelles)

CIVAS offers support to men and women who have committed or are concerned they may commit an act of sexual aggression. Services include individual counselling and group therapy.

819-564-5127, ext. 223

JEVI centre de prévention du suicide (Youth Suicide Prevention Center)

This hotline offers counselling for suicidal individuals, counselling for relatives and friends of a suicidal individual, and grief counselling for people affected by a suicide.

Helpline open 24/7:
1 866 APPELLE (1-866-277-3553)

CAVAC Estrie – Crime Victims Assistance Centre

CAVAC Estrie provides support services to victims and witnesses of crimes, including sexual assault. CAVAC staff members help individuals overcome the physical, psychological and social consequences of victimization, and assist in obtaining compensation for harm.

819-820-2822 ou 1-866-532-2822


Domestic violence resources for women and children: Shelter, counseling, and more.

Le seuil

Services to men experiencing difficulties with their intimate partners and/or have violence and abuse issues with their entourage.

Phone Lines

Phone Lines

HELP, Information, Referrals from the Quebec Government

Toll free to referrals to all assistance and protection resources.
24/7 anywhere in Quebec
Call: 1-888-933-9007 or 514-933-9007

Police emergency: 9-1-1

Health Info: 8-1-1

Quebec Coalition of Sexual Assault Centers (RQCALACS)

Crime Victims Assistance Center (CAVAC)

819-780-2222 (ask the operator for Urgence-Détresse)

This telephone line provides rapid assistance to persons experiencing an emotional or mental health crisis. Operators can make arrangements for in-person appointments with people in distress. Help is available for bereavement, substance abuse, job loss, depression, anxiety, suicidal thinking, relationship problems, and family problems, among others.

Listening line: 1-888-935-1101 (toll free)

This Montreal-based distress hotline is free, confidential, and anonymous. Trained volunteers offer support in times of crisis.

1-800-263-2266 (toll free)
Online counselling at

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, this is a free and confidential phone and online counselling service that links young people with qualified counsellors to discuss relationships, friendships, sexuality, pregnancy, drugs and alcohol, violence, family issues, stress, and more.

Kids Help Phone
1-800-668-6868 (toll free)

A Canada-wide version of Tel-Jeunes, this is a free, confidential, and anonymous, 24-hour telephone and online counselling service for young people. All topics are welcome, including sexuality, dating, sexual assault, bullying, violence and abuse, family issues, friendship, physical health, STIs, masturbation, pregnancy, self-esteem, drugs and alcohol, depression, eating disorders, grief and loss, suicide, and school stress.

Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault
“Sans Oui, C’est Non!” campaign
A collective initiative between universities and student associations on sexual assault and harassment. Au cœur de cette campagne : le consentement sexuel, des repères et des ressources.

Quebec government information website on Sexual Assaults

Ministère de la Sante et des Services sociaux du Québec

Police and Legal Resources

Police and Legal Resources

Service de police de Sherbrooke

Non-emergencies or inquiries 819-821-5555

To report a crime to local law enforcement. To file a complaint in the Sherbrooke District.

Facebook page


All useful and necessary information about Québec Law.

Aide juridique / Legal AID

819-563-6122   –   24 hours line: 819-563-4721

Aide Juridique Sherbrooke (Legal AID criminal department)
225 King St. W. suite 201, Sherbrooke
Phone: 819-563-4721

Legal Aid offers affordable legal services for low-income individuals. Information is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through the office’s phone line. Some of the lawyers speak English.

Women's Shelters

Women’s Shelters

Lennoxville & District Women’s Centre
Facebook page

Founded in 1981, the Lennoxville & District Women’s Centre (LDWC) is a community organization serving women throughout the Estrie region. We are women helping women. Give us a call or drop by to learn more about us!

Offers accompaniment to CALAC for assistance, and meetings with an Intervener. This Center offers sexual assault services for women, including confidential counselling in a safe space. The Center deals with all forms of sexual assault, including rape, date rape, incest, harassment and stalking, assault in a school setting, gang rape, and more.

Other Support

Other Support

Bishop’s Gender Equity Centre

Contact: Asha-Maria Bost at
Facebook page

This student-run group at Bishop’s, coordinates campaigns on campus to raise awareness related to women’s rights and gender issues, including sexual violence and discrimination.