Stewart Nafziger, Interim Director of Counseling Services
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 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, 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.
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