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FCASV Statement: New Title IX Regulations Undermine Survivor Protections
The final rule on Title IX dismantles the equitable sexual misconduct policies for which student activists, sexual assault survivors, and advocates have diligently fought.
STOP Grant Request For Proposals (RFPs)
STOP Victim Services RFP & STOP Trauma Informed Sexual Assault Investigations
An Open Letter: Coronavirus Racism Against Asian-Americans
FCASV Summit: Seeing & Believing in 2020
FCASV's May 2020 Summit has been rescheduled for September 30 - October 2, 2020.
SAAM Virtual Gallery and Events 2020
Apart, but not alone. This Sexual Assault Awareness Month, FCASV supports survivors with the SAAM Virtual Gallery!
FCASV Statement on Pinellas County Sheriff's Office Rape Statistics
Following the release of rape statistics for the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, FCASV recognizes the importance of serving as a constant vehicle for rape and sexual assault victims.
Sexual Violence Injunctions: Information for Certified Sexual Assault Program Advocates Webinar
Tallahassee Democrat: Survivors use Art to 'Unmask Sexual Violence'
View a picture gallery of the Empowerment Masks display, featuring masks from survivors all over the state.
Empowerment Masks SAAM Project
This Sexual Assault Awareness Month, FCASV is honoring the duality of the healing journey. Visit the Lake Ella Black Dog Cafe to view this powerful display!
Valentine's Day Consent Cards
You're welcome to save and share our electronic Valentine's Day cards!
FCASV Response to U.S. Dept. of Education Title IX Proposed Rules
Read FCASV's full response regarding Title IX proposed rules that would have significant and detrimental impacts on survivors.
Update on VOCA Funding
This afternoon, we received word that the OJP remains open and fully operational.
FCASV Response to Groveland Four Pardon
We applaud Governor DeSantis and the Florida Cabinet for this long overdue pardon.
FCASV Statement: Critical Victim Services Crisis Due to Federal Government Shutdown
Essential services for sexual assault survivors in Florida are facing imminent crisis.
Continued Needs For Those Impacted by Hurricane Michael
Cold weather items are needed for those in the Gulf Coast area who were displaced due to the recent hurricane.
Halloween Electronic Consent Cards
Feel free to share our electronic Halloween cards to foster online conversations about consent.
Gulf Coast Sexual Assault Program -- GoFundMe Page
As a result of Hurricane Michael, GCSAP staff have been displaced and are in need of temporary housing.
FCASV Message Regarding Treatment of Survivors During Supreme Court Nomination Process
We know the last few weeks have been particularly difficult. We’ve been hurting along with you.
NAESV Advocacy Director Testimony to Senate Judiciary Committee
Written Testimony of Ebony Tucker, Advocacy Director, National Alliance to End Sexual Violence
Letter from FCASV's Executive Director
Note from Jennifer L. Dritt, LCSW.
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