September 1, 2017 

KINGSTON, ON – In light of the recent media attention detailing sexual misconduct by a Queen’s student, we would like to draw everyone’s attention to the resources that exist on campus and in the broader Kingston community for those who have been affected or may need support. The AMS does not condone the behaviour of the student in question, and would like you to remember that all students have the right to file Non-Academic Misconduct complaints and to contact the University Provost at provost@queensu.ca. 

 

AMS Peer Support Centre
Hours of operation: 10am-10pm every day, starting Monday, September 11
JDUC Room 34 

Queen’s Human Rights Office 
hrights@queensu.ca
Mackintosh-Corry Hall Room B506 

Queen’s Sexual Violence Prevention & Response Coordinator – Barb Lotan
bjl7@queensu.ca
Mackintosh-Corry Hall Room B502 

Queen’s Chaplain – Kate Johnson 
chaplain@queensu.ca
JDUC Room 142B 

Good2Talk 
24/7/365 phone line
1-866-925-5454 

Queen’s Student Wellness Services:
Student Health Services: Call 613-533-2506 to book an appointment with a doctor or nurse
Counselling Services: Call 613 533 6000 ext. 78264 to book an appointment with a counselor 

Sexual Assault Centre Kingston 
24-hour crisis line at 613-544-6424 or toll-free 877-544-6424

Sexual Assault Family Violence (SAFV) Unit at Kingston General Hospital (KGH)
Phone Number: 613-549-6666 ext 0 (and then ask for an SAFV nurse); Office Hours: 24/7; Address: 76 Stuart St.

The Sexual Health Resource Centre (SHRC)
JDUC 223, phone number: 613-533-2959 provides confidential accompaniments to the SAFV 24 hours a day 7 days a week