Sexual Violence Information and Support
MITT is committed to providing and maintaining an environment in which sexual violence is not tolerated. All members of the MITT community, including students, staff, and volunteers, have the right to live, work, and study in an environment that is free from any form of sexual violence.
If you have been the victim of sexual violence, you may make a disclosure to any member of the MITT community. Individuals are encouraged to view MITT staff as safe, reliable resources to turn to for help. Appendix “A” of the Sexual Violence Policy provides a useful guide on how to support a victim/survivor of sexual violence.
The following departments have specialized training and staff members to deal with sexual violence disclosures and may be contacted. These departments can also provide support in the event of any other form of violence or harassment.
MITT Student Services—Student Advisors, Social Work, Psychology
130 Henlow Bay (Student Success Centre)
204 989 6512
Human Resources—any member of the HR team may be contacted.
204 989 6665
This webpage will continue to be updated with additional resources and supports as they are developed.
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