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Campus and Community Resources

You Have Support 

We want you to know that whatever may have happened it is not your fault. The University has a number of offices that respond to students who have experienced sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and stalking and works closely with community advocacy services.

There are several confidential and private/ non-confidential campus and community resources to assist you and provide support. 

  • Confidential resources are those resources that do not have mandatory reporting requirements to the University’s Title IX Coordinator and law enforcement. Confidential resources include mental health counselors and other medical professionals when such persons are providing services in their respective roles as counselors and medical professionals.
  • Non-confidential resources are resources/offices that are legally required to report all sexual misconduct and harassment complaints to the University’s Title IX Coordinator. Non-Confidential resources include faculty advisors and WFBMC staff. 

Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Coordinators
[Non-Confidential; Private] 

Tanya Jachimiak 
Title IX Coordinator

336-758-7258 |

Nicole Allen
Deputy Title IX Coordinator

336-716-4273 |

Tanya Gregory, PhD 
Deputy Title IX Coordinator

336-713-0819 | 

Student Wellness Services

Waiting Room: Gray 5095 
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Medical Center Boulevard
Winston-Salem, NC 27157 (confidential email)

Dr. Paige Greason

336-713-7008 |  

  • Review reporting options
  • Individual and group counseling and education opportunities
  • Small Group Counseling
  • Integrative Awareness Training
  • Mindfulness Meditation
  • Stress Management 

Family Services, Inc.

1200 Broad St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

336-722-8173 or 1-800-316-5513 | 

  • Crisis Line available 24/7/365 for Sexual Assault Support and Information: 336-722-4457
  • Crisis Line available 24/7/365 for Domestic Violence Support and Information: 336-723-8125
  • Individual and group counseling and education opportunities
  • Domestic Violence Shelter (information available through DV Crisis Line) 

Winston-Salem Police Department

101 N. Main St.
Winston-Salem 27101

Emergency: 911 | Non-emergency: 336-773-7700  

  • Safety concerns or filing police report
  • Domestic Violence Unit: Provides information and assistance for concerns related to domestic violence 

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

Medical Center Boulevard
Winston-Salem, NC 27157 

Emergency Department: 336-713-9000

Non-emergent Appointments 336-716-9253  

  • Medical Concerns including wellness exams, SANE forensic exams, STI or Pregnancy testing, and Rape Drug Screenings 

Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center

3333 Silas Creek Parkway
Winston-Salem, NC 27103 

Emergency Department: 336-718-2001  | Information: 336-718-5000  

  • Medical Concerns including wellness exams, SANE forensic exams, STI or Pregnancy testing, and Rape Drug Screenings 

Forsyth County Health Department

799 N. Highland Ave.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Appointment information: 336-703-3324 

  • Free and confidential testing for STIs and HIV 


Quick Reference

Sexual Offense Prevention and Response
Tanya L. Jachimiak, JD
Title IX Coordinator

Office 336-758-7258


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