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Title IX Coordinator 

James Goins, Jr.
Suncrest Center
1085 Van Voorhis Rd, Suite 250
Morgantown, WV 26506-6202

WELLWVU Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Counseling
304-293-4431 (24 hour emergency number)

Rape and Domestic Violence Information Center (RDVIC 24 hour hotline) 304-292-5100

Ruby Memorial Hospital, Emergency Department

Monongalia General Hospital, Emergency Department

University Police Department
For immediate assistance, dial 911
Sexual Assault Prevention Information

Morgantown Police Department
For immediate assistance, dial 911.

WVU Student Health Services
Clinic Hours 7 days a week
Monday – Friday: 8 AM – 8 PM
Saturday and Sunday: 10 AM – 4 PM

WVU College of Law Clinic

Monongalia County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Victim Assistance Program

WELLWVU Office of Wellness and Health Promotion

WVU Legal Affairs and General Counsel

Potomac State College Resources

Potomac Valley Hospital 
100 Pin Oak Lane 
Keyser, WV 26726 
(304) 597-3500

PSC Student Health Center
Adjacent to Reynolds Hall
(304) 788-6913

PSC University Police Department
101 Fort Ave. 
Keyser, WV 26726 
(304) 788-6931

PSC Student Conduct Office
(304) 788-6910

PSC Licensed Counselor
Kristin Morton
(304) 788-6976

PSC Dean of Students
Dean Letrent
(304) 788-6843

PSC Social Justice Liaison
Catie Snider
(304) 788-6868

PSC Pastoral Services
Sally Bartling
(304 788-6868

WVU's Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
(304) 293-5600

Mineral County Sheriff's Office
(304) 788-0441

WV State Police
(304) 788-1101

The City of Keyser Police Department
111 N. Davis Street 
Keyser, WV 26726 
(304) 788-1511 

Mineral County Health Department
(304) 788-1321

Western Maryland Health System
Debi Wolford
(240) 964-7000

WVU Sexual Assault/Education Specialist
(304) 293-1377

Rape and Domestic Violence Information Center
(304) 292-5100 (Hotline: 24-hour advocacy)

Family Crisis Center Keyser 
(304) 788-6061 

Family Crisis Resource Center - Cumberland, MD
(301) 759-9244

West Virginia University Institute of Technology and Beckley Campuses

Montgomery General Hospital 
401 6th Ave. 
Montgomery, WV 25136 
(304) 442-5151 

REACH- Rape Education, Advocacy, Counseling, and Healing
1021 Quarrier Street, STE. 414 
Charleston, WV 25301 

630 S. Church St.
Ripley, WV 25271

Raleigh General Hospital 
1710 Harper Road 
Beckley, WV 25801 
(304) 256-4100

Women’s Resource Center 
PO Box 1476 
Beckley, WV 25802 

Fayette County  
139 South Court Street, Fayetteville, WV  25840
(304) 574-0500

WVU Tech Student Counseling Services

For questions or concerns related to the sexual assault response on campus, contact either of the Title IX Coordinator, James Goins, Jr. at, or the Title IX Education Specialist, Mariana Matthews at

National Resources

Resources for LGBTQ+ individuals

  • WVU LGBTQ+ Center: Coordinates the development of programming and outreach for the diverse members of the LGBTQ+ community and their allies. Provides academic and curricular support for LGBTQ+-related research projects. Advocates for members of the LGBTQ+ community. 304-293-9593
  • GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project: Website, information and hotline for GLBTQ victims of domestic violence and their families. Hotline: 800-832-1901
  • The Network la Red: The Network/La Red hotline provides emotional support, information, and safety planning for lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer and/or transgender folks, as well as folks in the BDSM or Polyamorous communities who are being abused or have been abused by a partner. Support available in English and Spanish. Hotline: 617-742-4911
  • National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs: A coalition of programs that document and advocate for victims of anti-LGBT and anti-HIV/AIDS violence/harassment, domestic violence, sexual assault, police misconduct and other forms of victimization. Site has a list of local anti-violence programs and publications. Hotline: 212-714-1141
  • The Trevor Project: Help and suicide prevention for GBLTQ youth. Hotline: 866-488-7386
  • GLBT National Hotline: Call center that refers to over 15,000 resources across the country that support LGBTQ individuals. Hotline: 888-THE-GLNH (843-4564)
  • FORGE ( For Ourselves: Reworking Gender Expression): Home to the Transgender Sexual Violence Project. Provides services and publishes research for transgender persons experiencing violence and their loved ones.
  • Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Issues in Counseling: Directory of LGBT-friendly mental health specialists across the United States. Specialists listed are verified members of AGLBTIC, a division of the American Counseling Association.

Resources for Male Survivors

  • 1in6 (for men sexually abused as children): Provides educational information and resources for men, family and friends, and professionals. Also provides access to the online hotline.
  • This site has articles that discuss the effects of child sexual abuse on adult men and their loved ones.
  • This site has information and a therapist search for male survivors of sexual violence.

Survivors with Disabilities

  • Deaf Abused Women’s Network (DAWN): Legal, medical, system advocacy and survivor support services. Video Phone: 202-559-5366
  • CAVANET: This organization addresses violence against women, human rights, genocide, and crime victims with disabilities.
  • National Disability Rights Network: NDRN members investigate reports of abuse and neglect, and seek systemic change to prevent further incidents; advocate for basic rights; and ensure accountability in health care, education, employment, housing, transportation, and within the juvenile and criminal justice systems for individuals with disabilities.

Domestic, Dating and Intimate Partner Violence

  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: Through this hotline an advocate can provide local direct service resources (safehouse shelters, transportation, casework assistance) and crisis intervention. Interpreter services available in 170 languages. They also partner with the Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Center to provide a videophone option. Hotline: 800-799-SAFE
  • National Teen Dating Abuse Online Helpline: This online helpline assists teens who are, or may be, in abusive relationships.
  • Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center: The center serves abused Americans, mostly women and children, in both civilian and military populations overseas. In addition to providing domestic violence advocacy, safety planning and case management, the center assists victims with relocation, emergency funds for housing and childcare, and funds for payment of legal fees.
  • National Coalition against Domestic Violence: The national coalition of Domestic Violence organizations is dedicated to empowering victims and changing society to a zero tolerance policy.

2015 It’s on US Campaign Video

Seeking help?

If you are fearful for yourself or another person in your current environment or situation call 911 immediately.

Find an emergency contact

West Virginia University Campus Police: 304-293-3136.

File a complaint

File a complaint regarding discrimination, harassment, sexual & domestic misconduct (including sexual assault), stalking, or retaliation.

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Prevention Programs

Learn more about sexual assault and power-based personal violence prevention programs offered at West Virginia University.

View available programs.

WVU Peer Advocates

Get involved and make a difference

West Virginia University signed onto the national It’s On Us campaign in 2015 to continue violence prevention efforts and reinforce Mountaineers’ rights under Title IX.

Under the It’s On Us campaign, the University coordinates the WVU Peer Advocate program. Through this initiative, expertly trained students work to end sexual assault and power-based personal violence on campus through immediate crisis intervention and prevention awareness events.

Any student is welcome and encouraged to become a WVU Peer Advocate and can become involved by contacting a Title IX Education Specialist.

  • To RECOGNIZE that non-consensual sex is sexual assault.
  • To IDENTIFY situations in which sexual assault may occur.
  • To INTERVENE in situations where consent has not or cannot be given.
  • To CREATE an environment in which sexual assault is unacceptable and survivors are supported.
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