Workplace sexual harassment can happen to anyone. All situations are unique, and you should always seek legal advice for your particular experience. See our resources below for general legal information only. For free legal advice, contact the Sexual Harassment and Assault Resource (SHARE).
SHARE Reporting Tip Sheet
This guide provides information on how to recognize, acknowledge, and safely report incidents of workplace sexual harassment.
Legal Information Booklets
See our information booklets for general information about the human rights system in Ontario and to learn more about the different legal options for reporting workplace sexual harassment.
Telephone helplines that provide counselling services, referral support, and resource information for issues related to violence, harassment, and discrimination.
Regional Sexual Violence Centres
Sexual violence centres provide support to survivors through counselling, resource information and referrals, and other programming to help survivors with their experiences. Find a sexual violence centre in your area
Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Treatment Centres
Ontario Network of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Treatment Centres is a network of sexual assault and domestic treatment centres available in hospitals across the province. To find a sexual assault/domestic violence treatment centre in your area visit https://www.sadvtreatmentcentres.ca/
Legal services are available across Ontario to support people experiencing sexual assault and sexual harassment.
Mental Health Counselling Services
There are wide range of mental health services available across ON that can provide counselling and other mental health supports for various groups and individuals. Please click on the links below to access resource information about different services across the province.