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Provides telephone counseling, crisis counseling, suicide prevention, as well as community information and referrals. Agency also provides a directory of resources and professional training.
Serving homicide and suicide loss survivors.
Services are available to currently enrolled FAMU students.
The Florida Department of Corrections Victim Services Office assists victims of crimes committed by inmates in the department's custody or under our supervision, and notifies victims prior to an inmate's release. Our office also provides referral services to victims with specific needs, such as counseling, support groups, crimes compensation, and crisis intervention. We further serve as the statewide office for Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) Services.
State Sex Offender Registry
Services are free and confidential and include but are not limited to crisis counseling, emergency housing, referrals to campus and community resources, assistance through medical and legal procedures, assistance in filing for a protective injunction, academic support, safety planning, advocacy through the student conduct/Title IX process and on-going support as needed.
Safety planning, injunction assistance,and referrals to community resources
The National Alliance for Grieving Children lists grief support service providers who serve children, teens and their families. The National Alliance for Grieving Children does not evaluate or check the validity of certifications or licenses of any provider. In seeking grief support services and/or counseling, NAGC recommends that each consumer inquire directly with the providers listed as to their trainings and certifications, with the better business bureau or with any applicable governing licensing boards.
This is an information and referral service for all victims of crime, nationwide.
Provides training services to child abuse professionals through the National Symposium on Child Sexual Abuse, the National CAC Academy and other programs delivered throughout the nation. Also provides prevention and intervention services locally.
As National Crime Victim Bar Association (NCVBA) provides attorney referrals for victims of crime for civil litigation. NCVBA also provides lawyers and other legal professionals information on civil litigation by crime victims, case law, and publications.