- Title IX & Victim Resource Guide[Downloadable 2020-21 PDF Version]
Resources for Sexual Misconduct/Assault Victims
In addition to the EFSC Campus Security offices and the College's sexual misconduct grievance process, victims of sexual assault or any form of sexual misconduct, such as domestic violence, can reach out to any of the resources listed below. You can also view EFSC's 2020-21 Title IX and Victim Resource Guide.
Sexual Assault Victim Services (SAVS)
SAVS is a certified rape crisis program in cooperation with the Women's Center in Brevard to provide free and confidential support and advocacy services to sexual assault victims and their loved ones.
SAVS is staffed with victim advocates who provide victims with emotional support and assistance in making informed decisions. SAVS advocates are specially trained to assist victims with options about reporting the crime and obtaining heath care after the assault, as well as assist with coordination of services, information and referrals. Victim advocates also provide criminal justice information, assistance with crime victim compensation, and referrals to appropriate community resources.
SAVS advocates are available 24 hours a day to provide crisis intervention and advocacy services. SAVS has a rape crisis center staffed with sexual assault nurse examiners and advocates readily available at any time. Advocates can provide support throughout the sexual assault forensic examination as well as accompany victims to interviews with law enforcement and courtroom appearances. To contact SAVS, call the Brevard County Rape Hotline at 321-784-HELP (4357).
EFSCares Student Counseling Service
As part of a College partnership with Gee Resolutions, EFSCares is a free, confidential student counseling service available to all part- and full-time enrolled students. Simply call the phone number, 321-631-8569, and identify yourself as an EFSC student, and the Gee Resolutions staff will connect you to a licensed and/or certified professional who will assess your personal situation and schedule you for additional counseling sessions as needed.
EFSC students are eligible to receive unlimited free telephone assessments and up to six free, individual face-to-face counseling sessions per year. It's part of our commitment to show you that all of us at EFSC care about students. EFSC does not track your information. This is a private, confidential service designed to help you when you need it most.
|SAVS Brevard County Rape Hotline||321-784-4357|
|Women's Center Domestic Violence Hotline||321-607-6809|
|Salvation Army Domestic Violence Hotline||321-631-2764|
|Serene Harbor Domestic Violence Hotline||321-726-8282|
|Domestic Violence Resources Website|
|2-1-1 Brevard Information Line||321-632-6688|
|Women's Center in Brevard||321-242-3110|
|Circles of Care||321-722-5200|
|Brevard County Legal Aid||321-631-2500|
|EFSCares Free Counseling Service||321-631-8569|