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RDVIC provides a community-based service that promotes the rights of all individuals to have control of their lives without violence.


We provide:


Emergency shelter


Support Groups


Community Education

Volunteer Opportunities


RDVIC is a non-profit agency serving Monongalia, Preston, and Taylor counties in West Virginia. We provide services to men, women, and children who are currently experiencing or who are survivors of domestic violence, child abuse, incest, sexual assault, elder care abuse, care giver abuse, sexual harassment, or stalking.

Our services are confidential and free of charge. 

We are an agency against violence.

Rape and Domestic Violence Information Center

24-hour crisis hotline (304) 292-5100

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*The information on this website is based on various pamphlets and literature published by the West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the WV Foundation for Rape Information and Services and from the US Department of Justice Violence Against Women Office.


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Monongalia County (304) 292-5100

Preston County (304) 329-1687

Taylor County (304) 265-6534

Immediate Job Opening at RDVIC


Campus Coordinator/RDVIC Advocate


Immediate opening to provide support and advocacy for rights and protection of victims of stalking, sexual assault, domestic violence, and dating violence.  Will assess victim needs and work with campus and community resources to provide shelter, counseling, referrals, food, property return, and safety planning.

Will provide mentoring and supervision to RDVIC WVU Peer Advocates, assist in their recruitment, training, and scheduling.  To assist with administration of RDVIC and collaborate with WVU Campus Safety grant. 

Computer skills, writing skills and understanding of working with grants required.  One year minimum experience working with victims, communications skills, ability to work independently with limited supervision and work well in a team.  Valid driver’s license and working/reliable vehicle a must. 

Bachelor’s degree in Human Services field required.  Master’s preferred.

Apply with cover letter, resume, 3 references, and contact information

by email to rdvic99@earthlink.net or

by mail addressed to:

PO 4228
Morgantown, WV  26504

Stalking: Know It, Name It, Stop It!


A stalker can be someone you know well or not at all. Most stalkers have dated or been involved with the people they stalk.

Most stalking cases involve men stalking women, but there are also cases of men stalking men, women stalking women,
and women stalking men.

¨     2/3 of stalkers pursue their victims at least once per week, many daily, using more than one method.

¨     78% of stalkers use more than one means of approach.

¨     Weapons are used to harm or threaten victims in 1 out of 5 cases.

¨     Almost 1/3 of stalkers have stalked before.

¨     Intimate partner stalkers frequently approach their targets, and their behaviors escalate quickly.


Social Media and other internet use make stalking more invisible to bystanders, and is one of the most prevalent means of stalking.


If you are being stalked and need assistance please contact us. We can provide resources and information for you, confidentially and free of charge.