Victims and/or witnesses of harassment, sexual, gender-based or LGBTphobic violence during confinement?
Need listening, advice, help?
Find below the emergency numbers, national and regional numbers and links to the system for fighting against harassment, sexist, sexual and homophobic violence of Aix Marseille University.
NATIONAL EMERGENCY NUMBERS (free of charge from a fixed or mobile phone, even if blocked or without credit)
15 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
17 (or 112 from a mobile phone) GENDAR POLICE
114 EMERGENCY FOR DEAF AND DANCING PEOPLE accessible by videophone, chat, SMS or fax, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Deaf and hearing regulatory officers will manage your call (download the Emergency 114 application or call 114 from the internet site or send a text message to the number 114).
NATIONAL NUMBERS (Attention they are not emergency numbers)
SOS RAPE WOMEN INFORMATION 0 800 05 95 95
Anonymous, untraceable and free of charge from a landline from Monday to Friday from 10am to 7pm. Listening, support, information, accompaniment, assistance, guidance to local support and care facilities.
VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN INFO 39 19
Anonymous, untraceable and free of charge from a landline or mobile phone from Monday to Friday from 9am to 10pm, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 9am to 6pm. First reception of women victims of gender-based violence and direct and comprehensive response for situations of domestic violence. For other types of violence against women, 3919 provides a first-level response and refers or transfers calls to the relevant national or local telephone numbers, depending on the issue concerned.
ALLOCHILDREN AT RISK 119
Prevention and protection of children at risk 24 hours a day, 7 days a week free call
REGIONAL NUMBERS (Warning, these are not emergency numbers)
SOS WOMEN 13 04 91 24 61 50
Listening, reception, orientation, accommodation of women and children who are victims of conjugal and sexual violence. From 10am to 4pm Monday to Friday. Permanences open in Aix en Provence, Istres, Gardanne, Pertuis, Martigues, Port de Bouc, Marseille, Aubagne, la Ciotat, Vitrolles and Bouc-Bel-Air.
FAMILY PLANNING 13 0 800 08 11 11
Toll free number Monday to Saturday from 9am to 8pm. The permanence of the Regional House of Health of Istres is maintained. Please note that the offices at the Espace Jeunesse in Aix-en-Provence and Salon-de-Provence are closed until further notice.
RHONE MOUTH CIDFF / PHOCEEN 04 96 11 07 99
Reception, listening, information, accompaniment | legal information all forms of violence against women | violence within the couple | forced marriages | female genital mutilation | sexual violence | sexist harassment | prostitution | other forms of violence
CIDFF DES BOUCHES-DU-RHONE / ARLES 04 90 93 47 76
Reception, listening, information, accompaniment | legal information all violence against women | violence within the couple | forced marriages | female genital mutilation | sexual violence | sexist harassment | prostitution | other forms of violence and 09 72 43 28 03 for duty stations: Arles, Chateaurenard, Orgon, Port-Saint-Louis-du-Rhône, Saint-Martin-de-Crau, Saint Remy de Provence, Tarascon.
ASSOCIATION CONTACT 13 0 805 69 64 64
Confidential and free hotline from a landline for any question related to homosexuality, bisexuality, transidentity and LGBTphobia in family, friends, professional and sports life... Monday to Thursday from 3pm to 9pm, Friday from 3pm to 8pm and Saturday from 1.30pm to 3.30pm.
THE FOUNDATION THE REFUGE 06 31 59 69 50
24/7 emergency line by call or SMS Prevention against isolation and suicide of young LGBT+ people, aged 18 to 25, victims of homophobia or transphobia and in situations of family breakdown. Regional facilities on site, support and accommodation.
AIX MARSEILLE UNIVERSITY'S SYSTEM FOR COMBATING HARASSMENT, GENDER-BASED, SEXUAL AND HOMOPHOBIC VIOLENCE
Students or staff, victims or witnesses, in the current health context the telephone line is suspended. Consult the pages of the site measures to combat harassment, gender-based, sexual and homophobic violence and/or contact us confidentially only by using the address firstname.lastname@example.org.
The sites of the SIUMPPS (Inter-University Service of Preventive Medicine and Health Promotion) and the SUMPP (Service of Preventive Medicine in favour of the Personal) are also available for consultation.
The Department of Human Resources Strategies, Parity and the Fight against Discrimination of the MESRI informs us of the initiative of a collective of associations (Union des Etudiants Juifs de France, Urgence Homophobie, STOP Homophobia, SOS Racism and Cool Kids Feminists) and personalities to fight against all discrimination and hatred on the internet during the Covid-19 global health crisis: https://www.maldagency.com/EnsembleSurInternet
Students or staff who witness or are victims of illegal comments online, the PHAROS platform of the Ministry of the Interior is the interface to use to report them: