Clinical Services

Tuberculosis (TB) Screening Guide and Procedures

Assessment and Intervention

WV Health Services does not have the capacity to treat or diagnose COVID-19 on campus. If you are having an emergency, call 911.

Our medical team can answer your questions and provide guidance on where to access appropriate care.

To schedule an appointment, please send an email to

Specialty Support

Sexual assault violates a person in many ways, often when a person is forced or manipulated into an unwanted sexual encounter.

Sexual assault covers a broad range of acts that include, but are not limited to: unwanted sexual contact, dating violence, voyeurism, indecent exposure, oral copulation, sexual exploitation, sexual harassment, rape by one or more persons including marital or partner rape, statutory rape, incest, child molestation, and lewd or lascivious acts upon a minor.

Sexual assault abuses a person not only physically but also emotionally and mentally, and shatters a person’s trust and sense of safety.

If you want to speak with someone at the College about an incident of sexual harassment or sexual violence but you don’t want to report the incident at that time, you can speak confidentially with our staff in Health Services. The professional staff at Health Services are confidential and well trained to provide you guidance and referrals. It is very likely they will encourage you to file a report, but their most important role is to listen and provide support.

Service Phone Number
WV Health Services (408) 741-2027
WV Counseling Center (408) 741-2009
West Valley District Police
(Ask for a West Valley police officer)
(408) 299-3233
YWCA 24-hr Sexual Assault hotline (800) 572-2782
Santa Clara Valley Med
M-F 9 AM – 5:30 PM for general information about SART (Sexual Assault Response Team)
(408) 885-6466

Students can file a Student Incident Report to West Valley Student Services.

Students may also send an email to askwvcFREEWEST_VALLEY with the content of the email simply indicating: “This is a Campus SaVE situation,” or "this is a Title IX situation” – a counselor will be in contact.

Mental Health Self-Assessment -  Brief, Anonymous, and Confidential. Topics include Depression, Anxiety, Mood Disorders, Alcohol and Drugs, and Eating Disorders.

Last Updated 3/7/23