Supports

Burns Lake

Emergency Contacts

Emergency: 911

Burns Lake Campus Supports

CNC Lakes District
545 Highway 16 West, Box 5000, Burns Lake, BC
Telephone: 250-692-1700
Toll-Free: 1-866-692-1943

Academic Advising
Located in Room 114.
Telephone: 250-692-1700

Regional Campuses Aboriginal Advisor/Liaison
Telephone: 250-692-1700 ext. 1755

Regional Principal Telephone: 250-692-1700 ext. 1820

Burns Lake Community Supports

Lakes District Hospital and Health Centre
741 Centre Street, Burns Lake, BC
Telephone: 250-692-2400

Burns Lake RCMP Victim Services
P.O. Box 759, Burns Lake, BC
Tel: (250) 692-3010

Burns Lake RCMP
147 Highway 35, Burns Lake BC
Telephone: 250-692-7171 (non-emergency line).

Elizabeth Fry Society- Children who witness abuse program, counselling, community outreach, and safe shelter for women and their children.
Box 316, Burns Lake, BC
Telephone: 250-692-7559
24 hour crisis and support line: 250-692-5720.

Northern BC Crisis Centre- Provides emotional support, suicide intervention, and referral information to residents of Northern BC.
24 hour phone line: 250-563-1214.
Toll-free: 1-888-562-1214.
Youth Support Line: 1-888-564-8336.

Fort St. James

Emergency Contacts

Emergency: 911

Fort St. James Campus Supports

Fort St. James campus
179 Douglas St., Fort St. James, BC
Telephone: 250-996-7019
Toll-Free: 1-800-371-8111 ext. 7101

Fort St. James Community Supports

Stuart Lake Hospital
Box 1060, 600 Stuart Drive E, Fort St. James, BC
Telephone: 250-996-8201

RCMP
178 Stuart Dr. W, Fort St. James, BC
Telephone: 250-996-8269 (non-emergency line)

Fort St. James RCMP Victim Assistance
Fort St. James, BC
Telephone: 250-996-0044

Mental Health & Addictions Community Program- Assessment, treatment and referrals for adults with mental health and/or addiction problems.
Box #217 - 140 Stuart Drive West, Fort St. James, BC
Telephone: 250-996-8411

Nechako Valley Community Services Victim’s Assistance program- Any victim of a crime can receive crisis intervention and on-going support including court accompaniment.
349 Stuart Drive, Fort St. James, BC
Telephone: 250-996-7645

Fireweed Safe Haven- Emergency shelter for women and children who are, or have been in an abusive relationship.
Office Telephone: 250-996-8081
Stopping the Violence/ Outreach Services Telephone: 250-996-1214
Emergency/Crisis Line: 250-996-8000

Carrier Sekani Family Services Health and Wellness Counselling program
CSFS Fort St. James office: 132-250 Douglas Ave., Fort Saint James, B.C.
CSFS Fort St. James office Telephone: 250-996-7640
For more information about CSFS health and wellness counselling call: 250-692-2387
Northern BC Crisis Centre- Provides emotional support, suicide intervention, and referral information to residents of Northern BC.
24 hour phone line: 250-563-1214.
Toll-free: 1-888-562-1214.
Youth Support Line: 1-888-564-8336.

Mackenzie

Emergency Contacts

Emergency: 911

Mackenzie Campus Supports

CNC Mackenzie Campus
Box 2110, 540 Mackenzie Boulevard, Mackenzie, BC
Telephone: 250-997-7200
Toll-Free: 1-877-997-4333

Regional Campuses Aboriginal Liaison
Telephone: 250-997-7200 ext. 7205

Mackenzie Campus Regional Principal
Telephone: 250-997-7200 ext. 7221

Mackenzie Community Supports

Mackenzie and District Hospital and Health Centre- Includes primary health care, as well as mental health and addictions programming.
45 Centennial Drive, PO Box 249, Mackenzie, BC
Telephone: 250-997-3263

RCMP
62 Centennial Drive, Mackenzie, BC
Telephone: 250-997-3288 (non-emergency line)

RCMP Victim Services
62 Centennial Drive, Mackenzie, BC
Telephone: 250-997-3288

Mackenzie Counselling Services- Non-profit society providing counselling, outreach, and emergency shelter and emotional support for women and their children through their Safe Home program.
Box 790, 500 Mackenzie Blvd, Mackenzie, BC
Telephone: 250-997-6595
The Safe Home Coordinator is on call from 9:00am-10:00pm Monday-Friday at 250-997-6595.

McLeod Lake Indian Band- Provides social, health and other services to members of the McLeod Lake Indian Band.
Main Administrative Office
61 Tse'khene Drive, McLeod Lake, BC
Telephone: 250-750-4415
Toll-Free: 1-888-822-1143

Northern BC Crisis Centre- Provides emotional support, suicide intervention, and referral information to residents of Northern BC.
24 hour phone line: 250-563-1214.
Toll-free: 1-888-562-1214.
Youth Support Line: 1-888-564-8336.

Prince George

Emergency Contacts

Emergency: 911

On-Campus Emergency: Prince George Campus Security 250-562-2131 ext. 200

Prince George Campus Supports

CNC Director of Student Services- Students can file a sexual misconduct complaint.
Located in the Student Services office in Room 1-753.
Telephone: Student Services main line 250-561-5818.

CNC Health and Wellness Centre- Health services and counselling for CNC students.
Located in dental wing in Room 1-460.
Telephone: 250-562-2131 ext. 5377.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9:00-11:00am & 1:30-3:30pm. Fridays 9:00-11:00am.

CNC Wellness Coach- Students can access crisis intervention, emotional support, and referrals.
Located in Student Services office in Room 1-753.
Telephone: Direct line 250-562-2131 ext. 5231 or Student Services main line 250-561-5818.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm.

CNC Security- Campus security can be reached 24 hours a day, including after regular office hours. They are located in the Security kiosk on the main floor.
Telephone: 250-562-2131 ext. 200.

CNC Aboriginal Resource Centre (ARC) - Students can access support and referrals, as well as access an Elder.
Located in Room 1-773.

Manager of CNC Residence- Students who are living in CNC Student Residence can connect with the Manager Residence.
Telephone: 250-562-2131 ext. 5849

CNC International Education- Students can access support and referrals.
Located in Room 1-785.
Telephone: 250-561-5857.

CNC Student’s Union
Located in Room 1-303 next to the Security kiosk on the main floor.
Telephone: 2509-562-2131 ext. 5852

Prince George Community Supports

University Hospital of Northern BC
1475 Edmonton St, Prince George, BC
Main line: 250-565-2000.
Emergency line: 911.

Hospital Social Worker Supervisor
Telephone: 250-645-6263

Aboriginal Patient Liaison Worker
Telephone: 250-565-2364
Cell: 778-349-1348

RCMP Victim Services- Provides support to survivors of violence.
455 Victoria Street, Prince George BC
Telephone: 250-561-3300 (the RCMP non-emergency line).

Surpassing our Survival (S.O.S.) Society- Counselling for survivors of sexual violence.
193 Quebec Street, Prince George BC
Telephone: 250-564-8302.

Elizabeth Fry Society- Victim’s services, counselling, a safe shelter for women and children.
1575 5th avenue, Prince George BC
Telephone: 250-563-1113
24 hour crisis line: 250-562-5868.

Phoenix Transition Society- Provides advocacy, support, and shelter for women and their children who have experienced, or are at risk of experiencing, abuse and interrelated barriers.
Telephone: 250-563-7305.

Northern Pride Centre- A drop-in centre for LGBTQ students, community members, and allies. Students can access support and referrals.
Located at UNBC at 3333 University Way, Prince George, BC
Room 6-344.
Telephone: 250-960-6461.

Northern BC Crisis Centre- Provides emotional support, suicide intervention, and referral information to the residents of Northern BC.
24 hour phone line: 250-563-1214.
Toll-free: 1-888-562-1214.
Youth Support Line: 1-888-564-8336.

Northern Health’s Community Response Unit (CRU) - Provides brief assessments, short term supportive counselling and crisis intervention to clients ages 18+.
Telephone: 250-565-2668.

Prince George Native Friendship Centre- Native Healing Centre provides counselling, victim services, crisis support, access to Elders, and a pro bono law clinic.
1600-3rd Avenue (3rd floor), Prince George, BC
Telephone: 250-564-4324.

The Immigrant and Multicultural Services Society (IMSS) - Non-profit agency providing settlement and integration services to immigrants and refugees in PG and Northern BC.
1270 – 2nd Avenue, Prince George, BC
Telephone: 250-562–2900.
Toll-free: 1–877–562-2977.

Nechako Medical Clinic- The walk-in clinic at Spruceland mall.
761 Central St W, Prince George, BC
Telephone: 250-563-3399.
Hours: Monday and Tuesday 4:00pm-9:00pm, Wednesday-Friday 1:00pm-9:00pm.
Weekend hours: Saturday 9:00am-7:00pm, Sunday 10:00am-7:00pm.

Salveo Medical Clinic- The walk-in clinic at Superstore.
2155 Ferry Avenue, Prince George, BC.
Telephone: 250-614-0007.
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am-7:00pm. Saturday - Sunday 9:00am-3:00pm.
Holiday hours: Open 9am-3:00pm most holidays, except Christmas Day.

Northern Interior Health Unit- Clinic with public health and mental health programs.
1444 Edmonton St, Prince George, BC
Telephone: 250-565-7363.
Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00am-4:30pm.

Lheidli T'enneh First Nation- Provides services to Lheidli T’enneh band members, including mental health services.
Main Office: 1041 Whenun Road Prince George, BC
Telephone: 250-963-8451
Toll-Free: 1-877-963-8451

Quesnel

Emergency Contacts

Emergency: 911

Quesnel Campus Supports

CNC Regional Campus Counsellor
Located in Room N109
Telephone: 250-991-7500 ext. 7604

Regional Campuses Aboriginal Liaison
Located in Room N106
Telephone: 250-991-7500 ext. 7622

Regional Campuses Recruitment/Academic Advisor
Located in Room N106
Telephone: 250-991-7500 ext. 7638

Student’s Union- Quesnel Service & Office Coordinator
Located in Room S220
Telephone: 250-991-7500 ext. 7522

Regional Principal
Located in Room S113
Telephone: 250-991-7500 ext. 7537

Quesnel Community Supports

Elizabeth Fry Society- Quesnel Family & Sexual Violence Support Services- counseling, information, support and referrals to victims of childhood assault, criminal harassment, partner violence and sexual assault.
350 Barlow Ave #205, Quesnel, BC
Telephone: 250-991-0992

The Quesnel Women's Resource Centre (QWRC) - Women's drop in resource centre that provides drop-in crisis support, counselling, outreach and advocacy to women who are survivors of abuse and/or assault. Also has a Women’s Wellness Clinic Wednesday afternoons 12-3pm.
690 McLean St, Quesnel, BC
Telephone: 250-992-8472
24-hour SARL (Sexual Assault Response Line): 250-983-2300

GR Baker Memorial Hospital 543 Front Street Quesnel, BC
Telephone: 250-985-5600
Hospital Social Worker
Telephone: 250-985-5696
Quesnel Primary Care Clinic
644 Front Street, Quesnel, BC
Telephone: 250-985-5700

Quesnel Public Health Unit - Preventative
543 Front Street, Quesnel, BC
Phone: 250-983-6810

Quesnel Public Health Unit - Nursing
511 Reid Street, Quesnel, BC
Phone: (250) 991-7571
Fax: (250) 991-7577

Quesnel Mental Health and Addictions Team
543 Front Street, Quesnel, BC
Phone: 250-983-6828

Quesnel RCMP
584 Carson Avenue, Quesnel, BC
Telephone: 250-992-9211 (non-emergency)

RCMP Victim Services Unit
584 Carson Avenue, Quesnel, BC
Telephone: 250-992-3380

Amata Transition House Society- Provides support and temporary shelter to women and children who have experienced or are at risk of experiencing abuse. Trained staff is available 24 hours a day to provide information, referrals, support, advocacy and emergency housing needs.
Quesnel, BC
Telephone: 250-992-7321
24 hour crisis line: 250-992-3385

Quesnel Tillicum Society, Native Friendship Centre- Offers diabetes awareness and prevention, FAS info, drug and alcohol programs, employment information and counselling, youth outreach, family support, and the Tillicum Learning Centre.
319 North Fraser Drive, Quesnel, BC
Telephone: 250-992-8347

Northern BC Crisis Centre- Provides emotional support, suicide intervention, and referral information to residents of Northern BC.
24 hour phone line: 250-563-1214.
Toll-free: 1-888-562-1214.
Youth Support Line: 1-888-564-8336.

Vanderhoof

Emergency Contacts

Emergency: 911

Vanderhoof Campus Supports

Regional Campuses Academic Advisor
Telephone: 250-567-3200 ext. 3211

Regional Campuses Aboriginal Liaison/Coordinator
Telephone: 250-567-3200 ext. 3304

Regional Principal
Telephone: 250-567-3200

Vanderhoof Community Supports

RCMP
Box 650, 181 Columbia Street W, Vanderhoof BC
Telephone: 250-567-2222 (non-emergency line)

St. John Hospital- The hospital offers medical treatment with 33 beds, 24-hour emergency medical services, and a home support service.
3255 Hospital Road, Vanderhoof, BC
Telephone: 250-567-2211

Omineca Medical Clinic- Provides medical clinic services with 12+ doctors on staff.
3348 Hospital Road, Vanderhoof, BC
Telephone: 250-567-2201

Northern Interior Health Unit
3299 Hospital Road, Vanderhoof, BC
Telephone: 250-567-6900

Health Station, Saik’uz First Nation (Stoney Creek) - Health and community services are provided here on the Stoney Creek Reserve.
135 Joseph Street, Stoney Creek, BC
Community Health Worker Telephone: 250-567-9773

Mental Health and Addictions Community Program - Individual assessment and counselling.
3299 Hospital Road, Vanderhoof, BC
Telephone: 250-567-5994
After Hours or Emergency Line: 250-567-0643

Omineca Safe Home Society- Shelter for women and their children leaving abuse and in times of transition.
2501 Church Avenue, Box 1126, Vanderhoof, BC V0J 3A0
Telephone: 250-567-9959

Victims/Witness Assistance Program
Telephone: 250-567-4084

Carrier Sekani Family Services Health and Wellness Counselling program
CSFS Vanderhoof office: 240 West Stewart Street, Vanderhoof, BC
Vanderhoof office telephone: 250-567-2900
Vanderhoof office toll Free: 1-866-567-2333
For more information about CSFS health and wellness counselling call: 250-692-2387

Northern BC Crisis Centre- Provides emotional support, suicide intervention, and referral information to residents of Northern BC
24 hour phone line: 250-563-1214.
Toll-free: 1-888-562-1214.
Youth Support Line: 1-888-564-8336.

If sexual misconduct has been witnessed or experienced, or there is reason to believe sexual misconduct has occurred, there are a few options. Individuals may make a:

  • Disclosure
  • Complaint
  • Report

A disclosure involves telling another person about the sexual misconduct incident that happened. You can connect with support services at CNC for assistance whether or not you have decided to make a formal complaint. A disclosure may be made to a friend, a family member, or an employee of the College or support person on campus (e.g. Wellness Coach, Counsellor, Nurse Practitioner, Doctor, Manager, Regional Principal, Residence Advisor, Security, or Students’ Union representative). A disclosure will not result in further action unless it is felt that there is an imminent risk of harm to a person(s) or there is a legal requirement for the College to take further action. In these cases there are limits to confidentiality.

If a person would like to take further action about a sexual misconduct incident that was experienced, then they can file a formal complaint with the College. A complaint can be made by a student who has experienced sexual misconduct and must contain sufficient detail to allow the College to assess the complaint and conduct an investigation (such as dates, times, the nature of the incident(s) that occurred, and names of any witnesses). A complaint will result in the College initiating an investigation.

To file a formal complaint, you can connect with the Director of Student Services who is located in the Student Services office (250-561-5818).

Individuals also may choose to make a report. This involves the person reporting their experience to the RCMP to address it through the criminal justice system.

If a person chooses this option, the College will help connect the person with the RCMP. The CNC Counsellor or Wellness Coach can also provide referrals to other resources in the community who offer support to survivors throughout the court process, such as court support services, victim services, or referrals for legal help or assistance in making a Third Party Report (anonymous report) to the RCMP.

Depending on the incident(s), a student who has experienced sexual misconduct is encouraged to consider taking some or all of the following steps immediately after the incident:

  • Go to a safe place on campus, or, if off campus, a shelter or a trusted friend’s house and seek out help (call supports, call 911 if you are unsafe or have been sexually assaulted);
  • At the Prince George campus, call 911 and contact CNC Security if you are unsafe or have been sexually assaulted (available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week) at: (250) 561-5827; or local 200; or by using one of the red phones to connect directly; or by going to security kiosk Room 1-702;
  • At the CNC Regional Campuses (Lakes District, Mackenzie, Quesnel, Vanderhoof, and Fort St. James) that do not have on-campus security services, call 911 if you are unsafe or have been sexually assaulted (at the Mackenzie office you may also use one of the red phones (2nd level) to connect directly to RCMP).
  • If you have been sexually assaulted or are injured, get medical attention as soon as possible; if possible, it is recommended to obtain medical treatment from a hospital. You may wish to be accompanied by a trusted friend or family member.
  • Contact a community agency or on-campus resources for additional, confidential support.