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WVSU employees are not exempt from being a victim or accused of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, sexual harassment or sexual discrimination. In these instances, you should be equipped with the same level of on-campus support as a student.

How can WVSU help?
The EAP is confidential and free for employees and their family members
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a university-funded benefit that offers the support and resources you need to address any personal challenges or concerns including the aftermath of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking. It is confidential and free to all faculty and staff as well as their eligible family members, including spouses, dependent children, parents and parents-in-law.
WVSU makes this service available to eligible employees and family members so that they can take action to resolve problems before they get out of hand. Total confidentiality and anonymity is provided to those who call the EAP directly for consultation.
EAP Benefits
  • In-person, telephonic or video counseling with licensed professional counselors for issues such as grief & loss, depression, relationship dynamics, divorce, job stress and burnout, addiction, eating disorders, mental illness, and more
  • Three in-person visits per issue per year
EAP Contact Information
Peoplework Solutions Toll-Free Number: 304-722-9119
Peoplework Solutions Website: peopleworkwv.com

Victim Services is not just for students
Advocates who can meet a victim at the hospital or other health care provider:
Contact Information: REACH Advocate
The Counseling Connection
1021 Quarrier Street, Suite 414
Charleston, WV, 25301
304-340-3676; www.tccwv.org
24-Hour Number: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

Sexual Assault and Response Team (SART)

(304) 340-3676

WVSU Public Safety
(304) 766-3181 (24-hour number)

Counseling and Accessibility Services

(304) 766-3168
Title IX Office
(304) 533-5392
(24-hour number)

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) (Confidential)
(304) 722-9119

Rape Education, Advocacy, Counseling and Healing (REACH)

1-800-656-HOPE (4673) (24-hour number)
YWCA Resolve Family Abuse Program

24-hour Domestic Violence Crisis Lines:
Charleston calling area: (304) 340-3549
Toll-free: 1-800-681-8663
CAMC Women’s and Children’s Hospital

(304) 388-2550


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