Print our tear-off flyers that offer information on how to access help from Victim Service Center in English and in Spanish. Hang them in a private easily accessible space (like a bathroom) to allow access to VSC information for anyone using your space. The key is to post them in confidential locations so that individuals feel comfortable taking the information privately.
Victim Service Center Crisis Cards are an easy and discrete way to share information with individuals about the VSC 24/7 Helpline. Information is printed in English on one side and Spanish on the other. We provide these to our law enforcement partners as well as other agency partners. Contact email@example.com with your request for Crisis Cards.
Victim Service Center Rack Cards can be displayed to share information with individuals about the VSC 24/7 Helpline and additional VSC services. Information is printed in English on one side and Spanish on the other. We provide these to our law enforcement partners as well as other agency partners. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your request for Rack Cards.
We at the VSC are committed to providing individualized care to all victims and survivors of trauma, including those with ASD. Through our educational conversation with Dr. Kim Spence, the Coordinator of Educational and Training Programs for the Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) at UCF, the VSC has put together a tip sheet on assisting victims who are on the Autism Spectrum. This document covers the definition of Autism, statistics on frequency of diagnosis and comorbidity, common behaviors a person with ASD may have, and general tips for interacting with individuals with ASD. We hope this tip sheet is not only helpful for our partners that work with victims, but for everyone!
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) is an evidence-based treatment approach designed to reduce negative emotional and behavioral responses following trauma, including child sexual abuse and other maltreatment, domestic violence, traumatic loss, mass disasters, multiple traumas, and other traumatic events.