Appendix E: Confidential Resources

Harrisonburg Confidential Resources

Counseling Services 540-432-4317

Counseling Services provides free, individual counseling sessions to any EMU student. Survivors of current and/or past sexual violence can use this confidential service to process events, begin the healing journey, and receive referrals to other campus or community resources.

Health Services - 540-432-4308

Irene Kniss, Director of Health Services

Health Services provides a confidential space to discuss health concerns related to experiences of sexual violence. STI testing and pregnancy testing are available via self-pay or insurance billing. Transportation vouchers are available for students who need to access off-campus medical services and do not have their own transportation.

Campus Ministries - 540-432-4115

Brian Martin Burkholder, University Campus Pastor

Campus Ministries, including EMU’s seminary campus pastor, provides a safe, confidential space for students to process experiences, receive spiritual support, and access campus and community resources.

Sexual Violence Prevention Services - 540-432-4325

Leda Werner, Sexual Violence Prevention Coordinator  

Located in the Counseling Services building, the Sexual Violence Prevention Coordinator provides confidential support to survivors who are seeking a safe space to process, information on university procedures and services, and referrals to community resources.

Lancaster Confidential Resources

Samaritan Counseling Ctr.- 717-560-9969

YWCA Sexual Assault Prevention & Counseling Center- 717-392-7273

Washington DC Confidential Resources

Brookland Pastoral Counseling Center 646- 852-7404

National Veterans Crisis Line: 800-273-8255