The Sexual Assault Centre of the McGill Students’ Society (SACOMSS) is a volunteer-run organization committed to supporting survivors of sexual assault and their allies through direct support, advocacy, and outreach.

Our services include Drop-In and Line (DIAL), Support Groups, Advocacy, and Outreach. Additionally, we offer sexual assault sensitivity training to McGill and Montreal groups, provide information and referrals, and organize events to raise awareness about sexual assault.

The DIAL hotline service can be reached by phone at (514)-398-8500.

Our weekly hours can be found on the SACOMSS Facebook page and below:

Hours for the week of April 17 – 23:

Monday:               SSMU is closed
Tuesday:               Phone:   12 – 9pm                                Drop-in:    12 – 6pm and 4:30 – 6pm
Wednesday:         Phone:   12 – Midnight                        Drop-in:    12 – 6pm
Thursday:             Phone:   12 – Midnight                        Drop-in:    12 – 6pm

Friday:                   Phone:   12 – 9pm                                Drop-in:    12 – 6pm


For media releases:  Please direct requests to sacomss@gmail.com. We require at least one week prior notice for all media related requests.

For updates on our events, volunteer opportunities / trainings, community news of interest, and more:

Subscribe to our LISTSERV:
E-mail LISTSERV@LISTS.MCGILL.CA with no subject line and the following text command: subscribe SACOMSS-SUPPORTERS

Like us on Facebook:  www.facebook.com/sacomss

If you would like to give anonymous feedback on any of our services, please do no hesitate to leave us a message here. Please be aware that we are unable to reply to this form. For sexual assault support, please contact the DIAL hotline at (514)-398-8500 or access our drop-in services instead.

UPDATE (Winter 2017): Construction on the front ramp to the University Centre (3480 McTavish St) is currently ongoing, meaning the ramp cannot be used. However, the main entrance (via stairs) and card access (after hours) will remain accessible, and those with reduced mobility can use the south-side entrance or the Brown Building to access the University Centre.