Key Resources on Campus
|Student Health Center||Can treat any injuries, screen for and treat sexually transmitted infections (STIs), provide emergency contraception, give information and referrals for evidence collection, facilitate transportation to evidence collection, and provide a safe place to stay.||Confidential||Learn more|
|University Counseling||Trained professionals can provide confidential counseling, information, and support.||Confidential||Learn more|
|Public Safety (24/7/365)||Call 540-458-8999 when you need an immediate response, security escorts, or assistance with law enforcement.||Private, not confidential*||Learn more|
|Title IX Office||Supportive and remedial measures (academic, housing, no contact directives, etc), and guidance about the complaint, investigation and adjudication process.||Private, not confidential*||Learn more|
*Information will be kept private and only shared with others to the extent that they require such information to perform their university responsibilities and/or resolve the report pursuant to FERPA and applicable federal and state laws. In contrast, a confidential resource will not share information without express permission.
Key Resources in the Community
Project Horizon: 540-463-2594
24-hour emergency service to all women and men in Rockbridge County. Provides counseling, advocacy, and resources for victims of dating, domestic or sexual violence.
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP): 800-992-1931
- Virginia State Domestic & Sexual Violence Hotline (VSDS): 800-838-8238
- National Domestic Violence Hotline (NDV): 800-799-7233
- Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN): 800-656-4673