WVNCC | West Virginia Northern Community College



WVNCC | West Virginia Northern Community College

Community Resources by WVNCC Campus

 

Campus Safety Executive Team: Peggy Carmichael (304) 214-8901*, Janet Fike (304) 214-8845*

Title IX Administrator: Peggy Carmichael (304) 214-8901*

 

New Martinsville Weirton Wheeling

For Medical Assistance:

Wetzel County Hospital

(304) 455-8000

New Martinsville Health Center 

(304) 455-2600

For Medical Assistance:

Weirton Medical Center

(304) 797-6000

Hancock County Health Dept.      

(304) 564-3343

Brooke County Health Dept.

(304) 737-3665

For Medical Assistance:

Ohio Valley Medical Center 

(304) 234-0123

Wheeling Hospital   

(304) 243-3000

Ohio County Health Department

(304) 234-3682

To Report Crime:

City Police (304) 455-9100

County Sheriff

(304) 455-2430

State Police

(304) 455-0913

Campus Dean*

(304) 455-4684 Ext. 8760    

Counselor*

(304) 455-4684 Ext. 8769

To Report Crime:

City Police (304) 797-8555

Brooke County Sheriff

(304) 527-1430

Hancock County Sheriff

(304) 564-4100

Campus Dean*

(304) 723-2210 Ext. 7500 

Counselor*

(304) 723-2210 Ext. 7515

 

To Report Crime:

City Police (304) 234-3661             

County Sheriff

(304) 234-3607

State Police

(304) 238-1100

Counselor*

(304) 233-5900 Ext. 8946

Campus Security Liaison*

(304) 650-9994 or

(304) 233-8822

For Support Services:

Rape and Domestic Violence

(304) 292-5100

Sexual Assault Help Center

(304) 234-1783

After 4 p.m. and on weekends

(304) 234-9782

 

For Support Services:

Healthways (800) 774-2429

Sexual Assault Center

(304) 234-1783

(After 4 and on weekends

(304) 234-9782)

 

 

For Support Services:

Sexual Assault Help Center

(304) 234-1783

After 4 p.m. and on weekends

(304) 234-9782

Tri-County Help Center

(740) 695-5441 or

(800) 695-1639

 

If you have information regarding, suspect, or have witnessed an assault:

In compliance with state reporting mandates, all employees who become aware of or suspect child abuse, sexual abuse of minors, and/or criminal acts against minors will report that information to a College Administrator, who will report suspected cases of child abuse to Child Protective Services and a law enforcement agency immediately, and within not more than 48 hours. Clery Act reporting of offenses for statistical purposes occurs whether victims are minors or adult.

 

*The College treats all information shared about a reported incident of interpersonal violence, including information shared during an investigation and the discipline process as confidential. The College respects the privacy of those reporting prohibited conduct and will endeavor to respect requests for confidentiality to the extent permissible by law. However, the College has certain legal obligations to address this conduct and to prevent its recurrence and, as a result, cannot guarantee confidentiality to a complainant in all cases. All College staff and faculty affiliated with the College are required by law to report incidences of sexual assault, domestic violence, relationship violence and stalking to the Title IX Office.

 

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