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Victim Resources

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Healing Group for Survivors

Free meet up for survivors of violence, sexual assault, abusive relationships, and other forms of interpersonal trauma. This group is a supportive safe space to be vulnerable while learning how to process and cope with trauma.

Time: Mondays from 7:00 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.

Location: 540 W. Jefferson Street (The Center for Couple and Family Therapy)

For more information please call 850.644.1588 or email kmorris2@fsu.edu


Callisto

*Callisto is a third party resource that is not affiliated with FSU.*

Callisto is a serial sexual assault prevention and protection tool created by survivors for survivors. If you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault on FSU's campus, Callisto offers three options:

  1. Callisto's matching tool allows survivors to record their assault in an FSU-specific database using their school email. This database will ask for specific identifiers of the reported perpetrator and cross-check that information with existing info in the matching system from other survivors at FSU's campus. If similar identifiers are found in more than one survivor's story, a match is found, and a legal options counselor will reach out to both survivors about next steps (for FREE!). 
  2. Callisto's recording tool allows survivors to enter their assault experience into Callisto's encrypted forum and asks for the same information online that police officials ask in-person when a survivor is reporting their assault. This info is completely protected and only available to the person recording. This database does not report a survivor's story to the police or Title IX officials but serves as a safe holding space until the survivor decides what they want to do next. 

*This DOES NOT replace reporting an incident to FSU should you want action taken on your report*

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