News

02/17/20
Registration is open for the May 20-22, 2020 Summit!
01/28/20
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.
04/12/19
View a picture gallery of the Empowerment Masks display, featuring masks from survivors all over the state.
02/28/19
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!
02/12/19
You're welcome to save and share our electronic Valentine's Day cards!
01/31/19
Read FCASV's full response regarding Title IX proposed rules that would have significant and detrimental impacts on survivors.
01/18/19
This afternoon, we received word that the OJP remains open and full‎y operational.
01/11/19
We applaud Governor DeSantis and the Florida Cabinet for this long overdue pardon.
01/09/19
Essential services for sexual assault survivors in Florida are facing imminent crisis.
12/04/18
Cold weather items are needed for those in the Gulf Coast area who were displaced due to the recent hurricane.
10/24/18
Feel free to share our electronic Halloween cards to foster online conversations about consent.
10/16/18
As a result of Hurricane Michael, GCSAP staff have been displaced and are in need of temporary housing.
10/03/18
We know the last few weeks have been particularly difficult. We’ve been hurting along with you.
09/27/18
Written Testimony of Ebony Tucker, Advocacy Director, National Alliance to End Sexual Violence
09/04/18
Note from Jennifer L. Dritt, LCSW.
09/04/18
For the 2018-19 fiscal year, FCASV has scheduled the following training and technical assistance resources and opportunities.
07/02/18
The two Trauma Informed Sexual Assault Investigations grant successful applicants for 2018-2019 are.....
06/20/18
Check out photos from FCASV's 2018 Biennial Training Summit that took place June 13-15th in Naples, FL!
06/13/18 to 07/31/18
FCASV is pleased to announce that Palm Beach County Victim Services was the successful applicant for the 2018-2019 SASP funding.