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Confidential Resources for Individuals Experiencing Sexual Violence

If your question or concern is about sexual violence, most people at W&M will be required to report what you tell them. This is because W&M wants to help people who have experienced sexual violence and wants to make sure that serious matters like this are not ignored.  But we know that people who have experienced assault or other forms of sexual misconduct may want to remain anonymous and share their experience only with one person.  For these reasons, there are some completely confidential places you can go to get support or to make an anonymous report.

The Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation Policy explains the duty of employees to report sexual harassment incidents.

For Students

William & Mary Counseling Center
(757) 221-3620

Student Health Center
(757) 221-4386

William & Mary Police
(757) 221-4596 or 911

Director of Sexual Assault Services
Donna Haygood-Jackson
(757) 221-2510
dghayg@wm.edu

Health Promotion Specialists
Eric Garrison: (757) 221-7369
emgarrison@wm.edu

Sarah Menefee: (757)-221-2195
seirwi@wm.edu

Graduate Ombuds (for graduate students)
Dr. Peter Vishton
(757) 221-3879
pmvish@wm.edu

Sentara Williamsburg Community Hospital
(757) 984-6000

 

For Employees

University Ombuds
757-221-1941
ombuds@wm.edu

Employee Assistance Program
(Virginia Department of Human Resources Management)
Counseling services provided at no cost
For assistance contact Human Resources
(757) 221-3153

Sentara Williamsburg Community Hospital
(757) 984-6000