It is up to you to decide what you’d like to do next.
You can get in touch with a sexual assault centre in your community.
Sexual assault centres offer support, counselling and information. They can also tell you more about reporting options (if you are interested in learning about reporting). All calls are free and confidential.
You can talk to a trusted friend, family member, or other support person.
If you were recently sexually assaulted, you can get medical attention through a Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centre in your community.
Services are confidential. It is your decision whether or not you wish to report to the police, or provide police with any forensic evidence collected. Contact the Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centre in Ontario nearest you.
You can report what happened to the police. Not everyone wishes to formally report what happened to the police. If you don’t want to, that’s okay too.
You can learn more about other legal options: get up to four hours of free, legal advice from one or more lawyers by phone, or in person.