If you or someone you know is a victim of a violent crime, sexual assault, or traumatic event, VSC is here to support and advocate for you.
If you believe you have been a victim of a sexual assault, or are unsure, please call our confidential, 24-hour hotline at (407)500-HEAL.
Learn how to become an active bystander and safely intervene. If someone you know has been a victim of a violent crime, sexual assault, or traumatic event, please share our confidential hotline number or refer them to our website.
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What should I do if I have been a victim of a sexual assault? What if I used to date the person that assaulted me? I was drinking… Does that mean it isn’t rape? If these questions sound familiar, click on the link or call us to speak to a crisis counselor.
Let the Healing Begin Here – call (407)500-HEAL to talk to a crisis counselor today.
Please note: The Victim Service Center provides significant protection of communications between a client and VSC staff. Clients are able to confide in VSC Victim Advocates, Therapists, and all VSC staff members, knowing that communication is confidential and will not be disclosed publicly unless they consent to such disclosure. For further information, please contact VSC directly.
The Victim Service Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, and age in the delivery of services.