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#1 Lindy

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Posted 15 October 2007 - 01:26 PM

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Posted 31 August 2008 - 03:18 AM

Florida

Rape Crisis
Hwy 27n N
Avon Park, FL 33825
941-453-7200

Rape Crisis Center
Brooksville, FL 34601
904-799-0657

Sexual Assault Family Emergency Center
Clearwater, FL 34624
813-530-7273

Sexual Assault Family Emergency Center
Clearwater, FL 34624
813-535-9811

Rape Hotline
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
407-784-4357

Sexual Trauma And Offender
1560 Matthew Dr
Fort Myers, FL 33907-1702
941-936-5455

Rape Hotline
411 S 2nd St
Fort Pierce, FL 34950-1594
407-465-1814

Abuse Prevention Task Force
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548
904-833-3948

Rape Crime Victim Advocate
730 N Waldo Rd
Gainesville, FL 32641
904-377-7273

Sexual And Physical Abuse Resource
Gainesville, FL 32601
904-377-8255

Rape Crisis Hotline
2250 Highway 44 W
Inverness, FL 34453-3808
904-344-8111

Sex Crimes
Jacksonville, FL 32202
904-630-2168

Rape Hotline Response
Kissimmee, FL 34741
407-846-7255

Sex Crimes
Lakeland, FL 33801
941-499-8953

Sexual Recovery Center
264 N Grove St
Merritt Island, FL 32953-3444
407-452-9600

Rape Crisis Hotline
Ocala, FL 34470
904-622-8495

Rape Crisis Spouse Abuse
Ocala, FL 34470
904-622-5919

Rape Hotline Response
719 Irma Ave
Orlando, FL 32803-3804
407-740-5408

Sex Crimes Unit
Orlando, FL 32801
407-246-2475

Rape Crisis And Domestic Violence
Panama City, FL 32401
904-763-0706

Sexual Abuse Services
934 11th St N
Saint Petersburg, FL 33705-1205
813-898-5414

Rape Victim Assistance Center
1345 E 28th St
Sanford, FL 32773-9307
407-321-7273

Abuse Registry Children Elderly
1864 17th St
Sarasota, FL 34234-7501
941-365-2800

Rape Hotline
100 E Ocean Blvd
Stuart, FL 34994-2217
407-286-5773

APPLEservices
209 South Morgan Street
Tampa FL 33602
Voice: (813) 228-0011
Fax: (813) 228-0414
E-mail: APPLEhccc@aol.com
WWW: http://members.aol.c...ehccc/index.htm

Rape Hotline
2101 15th Ave
Vero Beach, FL 32960-4412
407-569-0209

Abuse Counseling and Treatment, Inc. (ACT)
Hotline: (239) 939-3112
Toll free: (800) 500-1119
Website: www.actabuse.com
Services: 24-hour hotline, crisis intervention, advocacy and accompaniment, shelter, forensic examinations, support groups, individual and group therapy, prevention education, services available to all ages depending on circumstances, free of charge, available in Spanish.
Counties Served: Lee, Hendry, Glades


Alachua County Office of Victim Services
Hotline: (352) 264-6760
Services: Hotline answered during business hours by advocate, after hours calls answered by crisis center and relayed to on-call advocates, 24-hour crisis intervention, legal advocacy and accompaniment, support groups for rape and incest survivors, individual short-term counseling available, referrals for long-term support and therapy, community education programs. Services for age nine and up, free of charge, literature available in Spanish. Financial assistance with medical treatment for victims who do not report, child care for criminal justice appointments, and tutoring for child victims of sexual assault.
Counties Served: Alachua


Betty Griffin House
Hotline: (904) 824-1555
Website: www.bettygriffinhouse.org
Services: 24-hour in-house hotline, crisis intervention, medical and legal advocacy and accompaniment, personal advocacy, support groups, individual therapy for clients and family members, therapy groups for rape survivors and adult survivors of child sexual abuse, prevention education workshops, information and referral. Shelter for rape victims in danger after the crime. Services available for clients over 12 years, free of charge.
Counties Served: St. Johns


Bridgeway Center Victim Services
Hotline: (850) 244-9191
Website: http://www.bridgewaycenter.org/
Services: 24-hour in-house hotline, crisis intervention, advocacy and accompaniment based on individual needs, support groups available through Bridgeway Center, referrals for medical intervention, prevention education and community awareness programs, services available to all ages free of cost. Translator for the deaf available.
Counties served: Okaloosa, Walton


Broward County Sexual Assault Treatment Center
Hotline: (954) 761-7273
Services: 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, advocacy and accompaniment by request, therapy groups for adult and adolescent incest survivors, rape survivors, child incest and sexual abuse survivors, and non-offending family members, forensic medical exam and follow-up for survivors, education and awareness programs. Services available to all ages free of charge, available in Spanish and Creole.
Counties Served: Broward


Center for Abuse and Rape Emergencies (CARE)
Hotline: (941) 627-6000 and 475-6465
Website: www.carefl.org
Services: 24-hour hotline, crisis intervention, legal and personal advocacy, hospital and court accompaniment. Individual counseling, support groups, victim compensation.
Counties Served: Charlotte


City of Jacksonville Sexual Assault Response Center
Hotline: (904) 244-RAPE (7273)
Services: 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, advocacy and accompaniment, support groups, individual and group therapy, medical intervention and follow-up, prevention education and community awareness programs. Services available to 18 and over only. Deaf advocacy available.
Counties Served: Duval, Baker, Clay, Nassau


Ocala Rape Crisis/Domestic Violence Center
Hotline: (352) 622-8495 OR (352) 622-5919
Website: http://home.att.net/~csi.inc/
Services: 24-hour in-house hotline, crisis intervention, medical and legal advocacy and accompaniment, individual therapy for children and adult victims as well as secondary victims, prevention education and awareness programs, services available for all ages, free of charge. Interpreters available.
Counties Served: Marion


Dawn Center/ Hernando County Rape Crisis-Spouse Abuse
Hotline: (352) 799-0657 OR (352) 686-8759
Website: www.dawncenter.com
Services: 24-hour in-house hotline and crisis intervention, case management, legal advocacy, individual therapy, medical intervention through SAVE team and follow-up through local health department, prevention education and date rape programs. Services for all ages with parental consent.
Counties Served: Hernando


Sexual Assault Response Assistance (SARA)
Marathon Outreach Hotline: (305) 743-9496
Key Largo/Tavernier Outreach Hotline: (305) 852-6222
Big Pine Key Outreach Hotline: (305) 872-9411
Key West Outreach Hotline: (305) 294-0824
Services: 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, advocacy and accompaniment, support group, individual counseling, referrals for therapy, on-call nurse practitioner responsible for forensic exam, prevention education programs. Some services available to minors, services free of charge. Services available in Spanish.
Counties Served: Monroe


Family Service Centers Rape Crisis Program and Sexual Assault Victim Services
Hotline: (727) 530-7273
Services: 24-hour in-house and pager hotline and crisis intervention, medical advocacy and accompaniment, ongoing support groups, individual and group therapy/counseling, medical intervention and follow-up, education and awareness programs. Clients under-18 required to report to law enforcement. All services free of charge.
Counties Served: Pinellas


Haven of Lake and Sumter Counties, Inc. Sexual Assault Program
Hotline: (352) 787-1379
Services: 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, medical and legal advocacy and accompaniment, 12-week support group, individual and group therapy, crisis follow-up, prevention education and awareness programs, services available for ages 3 and up, free of charge. Services available in Spanish and American Sign.
Counties Served: Lake, Sumter


Lakeview Center Rape Crisis and Rape Awareness Programs
Hotline: (850) 433-7273
Services: 24-hour in-house hotline, crisis intervention, advocacy and accompaniment, support groups, individual and group therapy, prevention education and community awareness programs. Services available to all ages free of cost. Spanish language translators available.
Counties Served: Escambia, Santa Rosa


Manatee Glens Rape Crisis Services
Hotline: (941) 708-6059
Website: www.manateeglens.com
Services: 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, legal and medical advocacy and accompaniment, adult survivors weekly support group, individual therapy. Services free of charge and available to all ages, services available in Spanish.
Counties Served: Manatee


North Central Florida Sexual Assault Center, Inc.
Hotline: (866) 631-8887
Services: 24-hour victim advocate access by hotline, crisis intervention, short-term support groups, individual counseling, education and awareness programs. Available for children and adults free of charge. Therapeutic counseling for children also available.
Counties Served: Columbia, Hamilton, Lafayette, Suwannee


Oakwood Center of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
Hotline: (877) 435-4740
Services: Sexual Violence Awareness and Prevention Program for middle and high school students and professionals, 24-hour crisis hotline, 24-hour mobile crisis team that comes to victims for crisis intervention, psychiatric assessment, case management, psychotherapy by clinicians at masters and doctoral level.
Counties Served: Palm Beach


Pasco County Sexual Assault Victim Examination (SAVE) Program
Toll-free: (800) 368-2411
Services: Information and referral services regarding rape, date rape, child sexual abuse, healthy relationships via packets given to clients, community awareness programs available by request, medical and forensic examinations done for clients reporting to law enforcement, follow-up provided by health department. All services free of charge to clients. Services available to age 13 and up.
Counties Served: Pasco


Palm Beach County Victim Services
Hotline: (561) 833-7273 OR (561) 355-2418
Services: 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, advocacy and accompaniment, support groups, individual and group therapy, education and awareness programs. Services available to all ages free of charge, available in Spanish, Creole, and other languages via interpreter.
Counties Served: Palm Beach


Peace River Rape Recovery and Resource Center
Hotline: (863) 413-2707
Services: 24-hour hotline, answered in-house during business hours and by cell phone after hours and weekends, crisis intervention, personal and legal advocacy and accompaniment, rape recovery support group once a week, individual therapy, prevention education, services available to ages 13 and up and their significant others, free of charge, services available in Spanish. Rape kit exams and STD testing performed by Polk County Health Department at the Rape Recovery Resource Center for Polk County clients.
Counties Served: Polk, Highlands, Hardee


Project Help, Inc.
Hotline: (239) 262-7227
Services: 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, general, medical, and legal advocacy and accompaniment, support groups for both adult and teen survivors, secondary victims counseled as needed, therapy, medical intervention and follow-up, prevention education programs. Services free and available to all ages, services available in Spanish.
Counties Served: Collier, South Lee


Quigley House, Inc. Adult/Adolescent Sexual Assault Program
Hotline: (904) 284-0061
Website: www.quigleyhouse.org
Services: 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, medical and legal advocacy and accompaniment, adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse and teen sexual assault support groups, individual and group counseling, prevention education and community awareness programs. Services available to adolescents as well as adults, free of charge.
Counties Served: Clay


Rape Crisis Center of Volusia and Flagler Counties
Hotline: (800) 940-7273
Services: 24-hour in-house hotline and crisis intervention, referrals for medical and legal advocacy, support groups, clinical and therapeutic counseling services on an appointment basis, medical intervention and follow-up, SANE nurse on call 24 hours, prevention education and awareness programs. Services available to 12 and older, free of charge.
Counties Served: Volusia, Flagler


Refuge House, Inc.
Hotline: (850) 681-2111 OR (800) 500-1119
Taylor/Madison Hotline: (850) 584-8808
Franklin County: (850) 653-3133
Gadsden County: (850) 627-9377
Jefferson County: (850) 342-3518
Liberty County: (850) 643-1344
Madison County: (850) 973-4144
Taylor County: (850) 223-3555
Wakulla County: (850) 926-9005
TDD: (850) 386-6036
Website: www.refugehouse.com
Services: 24-hour hotline, crisis intervention, advocacy and accompaniment, support groups, 12-week individual counseling with referrals for long-term therapy, medical intervention/SANE program and follow-up, prevention education and community awareness programs. Services available for 18 and over only, free of charge. Services available in Spanish. Collect calls accepted on hotlines
Counties Served: Leon, Gadsden, Wakulla, Jefferson, Madison, Taylor, Franklin, Liberty


Roxcy Bolton Rape Treatment Center
Hotline: (305) 585-7273
Website: www.um-jmh.org/jhs/rtc.html
Services: 24-hour in-house hotline, short term crisis counseling and intervention, referral to available support groups through the hospital and community, therapy groups for teens and parents, medical intervention and follow-up, prevention education and community awareness with Creole, Spanish, and African-American health educators. All services free of charge, can serve minors with parental consent. Interpreter services available 24 hours.
Counties Served: Miami Dade


Safe Place and Rape Crisis Center (SPARCC)
Hotline: (941) 365-1976
Website: www.sparcc.net
Services: 24-hour hotline, crisis intervention, advocacy, counseling, support groups, therapy, prevention education and training programs. Services available for adults, all services available in Spanish.
Counties Served: Sarasota, Desoto


Salvation Army Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Program
Hotline: (850) 763-0706
Toll free: (800) 252-2597
Services: 24-hour hotline, crisis intervention, personal, medical and legal advocacy and accompaniment, several support groups, community awareness and prevention education programs. Services available to all ages free of charge, Spanish interpreter available.
Counties Served: Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Washington


Sexual Assault Assistance Program
Hotline: (800) 569-7273
Services: 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, advocacy and accompaniment for reporting and non-reporting victims, referrals for therapy and supportive services, prevention education and awareness programs, no cost for services, available for all ages, available in Spanish.
Counties Served: Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee


Sexual Assault Treatment Center/Victim Service Center of Orange County
Hotline: (407) 497-6701
Services: Crisis intervention, advocacy, referrals for therapy, supportive services, and medical intervention/follow-up, forensic exam program, services free of charge, brochures available in Spanish, 24-hour hotline for sexual assault victims/survivors and others.
Counties Served: Orange


Sexual Assault Victim Examination (SAVE) Program – Pinellas County
Hotline: (727) 344-5555
Services: Forensic exam services for victims of sexual assault, ages 13 and older when reported within 72 hours of the crime. Continued care in the AFTER (Assault Follow-Up, Treatment, Evaluation and Referral) Clinic is for those who have had a SAVE exam as well as those who reported to law enforcement after 72 hours or who do not want law enforcement involvement. Clinic also provides counseling services by a rape crisis counselor from Family Service Centers, Inc. No costs.
Counties Served: Pinellas


Sexual Assault Victim Services
Hotline: (321) 784-HELP (4357)
Services: 24-hour emergency rape crisis counseling and advocacy services.
Counties Served: Seminole, Brevard


Shelter House
Hotline: (800) 44-ABUSE (442-2873)
Website: www.shelterhousefwb.com
Services: Comprehensive 24-hour services for sexual assault victims in conjunction with Chautaugua Office of Psychotherapy and Evaluation.
Counties served: Walton


Sunrise of Pasco County, Inc.
Hotline: (352) 521-3120
Website: www.sunrisepasco.org
Services: 24-hour in-house hotline and crisis intervention, legal advocacy, support groups for victims of sexual assault, incest survivors, and significant others, prevention education programs and community trainers, services available to all ages free of charge. Spanish language services available.
Counties Served: Pasco


Women’s Center of Jacksonville Rape Recovery Team
24-hour pager: (904) 617-7888
Website: www.womenscenterofjax.org
Services: 24-hour crisis intervention, information, referral, advocacy (general, medical, legal), case management, individual and group therapy, for reported and unreported victims of sexual violence age 12 and older, community education, Promote Truth website advocacy and education for teen victims and significant others.
Counties Served: Duval, Nassau, Baker


Women in Distress of Broward County, Inc.
Hotline: (800) 500-1119
Website:www.womenindistress.org/
Services: 24-hour hotline, crisis counseling, individual and groups counseling for men, women, and children at several locations throughout the county, same sex domestic violence counseling. Services available in English, Spanish, and Creole. Accommodations will be made for any other languages and for the hearing impaired.


Florida A&M University
Center for Human Development Victim Advocacy Program
Office: (850) 599-3145
Emergencies: (850) 599-3256
Services: Crisis intervention, individual counseling, personal advocacy, community awareness and prevention education programs. Services free of charge to university students.


Florida Atlantic University
Police Department Victim Services Program
Office: (561) 297-0500
Website: www.fau.edu/police/victim.htm
Services: Crisis intervention, advocacy and accompaniment, transportation may be available, STD testing through campus clinic, referrals for counseling to FAU Counseling Center, phone answered 24 hours by police dispatch and calls forwarded to on-call advocates, education programs. All services free of charge, translators available.


Florida Gulf Coast University
Campus Police
Office: (239) 590-1900
Crimeline: (239) 590-1906
Website: admin.fgcu.edu/police/homepage.htm
Services: 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, advocacy, referrals to local agencies for medical services, on-campus counseling available, prevention education programs. All services free of charge, Spanish-speaking officers and brochures in Spanish.


Florida International University
Victim Advocacy Center
Office: (305) 348-1215
Hotline: (305) 348-3000
Website: www.fiu.edu/~victimad/
Services: 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, personal and legal advocacy and accompaniment, counseling through advocates. All services free of charge, available in Spanish.


Florida State University
Victim Advocate Program
Office: (850) 644-7161
After-hours: (850) 644-1234
Alternate number: (850) 644-2277
Website: www.fsu.edu/~vicadv
Services: 24-hour hotline through coordination with FSU Police Department, 24-hour crisis intervention, legal and medical advocacy and accompaniment, weekly sexual assault support group, referral to campus counseling center for individual counseling, education and awareness programs. All services free of charge, available in other languages.


New College of Florida
Victim Advocacy Program
Office: (941) 359-4254
Pager: (941) 252-5156
Services: 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, advocacy and accompaniment, on-campus referrals for therapy and support groups, off-campus referrals for medical services, community awareness programs. Services free of charge.


NOVA Southeastern University
Family Violence Program
Office: (954) 262-5829
Services: Crisis counseling for adult and child victims of sexual battery and adult survivors of childhood abuse, advocacy, support groups, community education programs.


University of Central Florida
Office: (407) 823-2425
Hotline: (407) 823-5555
Website: www.victimservices.ucf.edu
Services: 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, transportation available with agency vehicle, referrals for therapy and medical services, prevention education and community awareness programs, services free of charge, available in several other languages.


University of Florida
Center for Sexual Assault/Abuse Recovery and Education (CARE)
Office: (352) 392-1161, ext. 4362
Website: www.health.ufl.edu/shcc/care.htm
Services: Sexual assault awareness on campus through the outreach and resource team, consisting of graduate and undergraduate peer educators, mental health counselors specializing in sexual assault, support groups. Services are free to currently enrolled students.


University of Florida Police Department
Office of Victim Services
Office: (352) 392-5648
After hours: (352) 392-1111
Website: www.police.ufl.edu
Services: Provides confidential options to victims of sexual assault seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Individuals can speak with a victim advocate whether they decide to report to the police or not, in a safe and nurturing environment. Transportation, court accompaniment, assistance with injunctions for protection and referrals as needed.


University of North Florida
Women’s Center Victim Advocacy Program
Office: (904) 620-2528
Hotline: (904) 620-1010
Services: 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, personal, medical and legal advocacy, support groups on victim/survivor issues and self esteem, referrals for therapy services, awareness and prevention education programs, peer theater group. Services free to students, faculty and staff, translators available.


University of South Florida
Victim Advocacy Program
Main Campus Office: (813) 974-5756
Hotline: (813) 974-5757
USF Pinellas County Office: (727) 553-1129
USF Polk County Office: (863) 667-7036
Services: 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, personal advocacy, referrals for medical services and therapy, support and personal growth groups, prevention education and awareness programs. Services for USF students, faculty and staff only. No charge for services. Translators available.


University of West Florida
Office: (850) 474-2420
Website: www.uwf.edu/CounselingCenter/
Services: 24-hour on-call crisis counseling, advocacy and accompaniment through UWF Police Department advocates, long-term psychotherapy group, individual therapy, outreach workshops and lectures, prevention education and risk management. Services free to UWF students.


Florida Abuse Hotline
Office: (850) 487-6100
Hotline: (800) 96-ABUSE (22873)
Services: 24-hour hotline, crisis intervention, trainings, intervention to protect children and vulnerable adults. Services free of charge and available in Spanish.


Florida Council Against Sexual Violence
Office: (850) 297-2000
Toll free: (888) 956-7273
Website: www.fcasv.org
Services: Training and technical assistance for Florida’s sexual violence programs, information and referral for counselors, therapists, law enforcement, medical personnel, advocates, and survivors, public awareness programs, resource library. Services available in Spanish.

Polk County

www.peace-river.com

Rape Recovery Center
Lakeland, FL 33801