24 hour Crisis Hotline:  Staff and volunteers answering the hotline are trained extensively in handling the crisis of immediate outcry and delayed outcry calls.   Calls fielded on the hotline may also be from law enforcement or the hospital requesting advocates help to assist in an emergency to assist with survivors.

24 hour Medical Accompainment:  Trained sexual assault advocates are dispatched to meet with a sexual assault survivor, family members, law enforcement, and the SANE.  We provide advocacy throughout the sexual assault forensic exam to the survivors, family and/or significant others.

Emergency Shelter:  FRC operates a shelter in the Seminole County area. Shelter is available for those in emergency domestic violence or sexual assault situations. Staff is available 24 hours a day and survivors can stay up to 60 days based on certain criteria.

Additional Services:

  • Batterers' Re-Education Intervention Program
  • Children and Youth Advocacy
  • Court Advocacy
  • Dating Violence Awareness and Advocacy
  • Domestic Violence Support Group
  • Domestic Violence Victims' Anger Prevention
  • Survivor Job Skills Group
  • Parenting Classes
  • Public Awareness
  • Referral Assistance
  • Sexual Assault Advocacy
  • Victim Services and Advocacy
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