Where can I go if I need help?

For immediate assistance

If you, or a student you know, has just been the subject of a sexual assault and the student is in immediate fear for their own safety, or the safety of others, then call 000 and seek immediate police assistance. The police can provide security and gather evidence in relation to the assault beyond what the University can provide.

For medical and crisis counselling support:

Support service Hours Contact

Canberra Rape Crisis Centre (CRCC)

7 am - 11 pm

6247 2525

After hours

131 444

Forensic & Medical Sexual Assault Care (FAMSAC)

9 am - 5 pm

6244 2185

After hours

6244 2222

1800RESPECT

24 hours

1800 737 732

Service Assisting Male Survivors of Sexual Assault
(SAMSSA) - part of CRCC

7 am - 11 pm

6247 2525

After hours

131 444

Australia wide 24/7 University Support Line 24 hours 1800 572 224

 

ANU has prepared online resources to help you find the right assistance if you or a friend have been a victim of sexual harassment or sexual assault.

There are also a number of people on campus who you can approach for support and guidance.

We respect your right to be in control of the decisions affecting you, especially any decision to seek police, legal, medical or counselling support.