For emergency calls Dial 911
Dial 711 (TRS)
Telecommunication Relay Services
What to do if you are raped or sexually assaulted
Victim Support Resources
Abuse Counseling and Treatment (ACT)-A hotline counselor can speak to you about options, assist you in making a safety plan, identify resources and assist you in making an appointment for counseling. ALL SERVICES ARE FREE. 24hr hotline 239-590-7950 (hotline may be accessed while on or off campus)
Project Help (Collier County)-The Hotline offers immediate crisis intervention, information, and referral services. 24hr hotline 239-262-7227 (hotline may be accessed while on or off campus)
FGCU’s Counseling and Psychological Services Office (CAPS) provides free confidential personal, emotional, and behavioral support services to all students dealing with trauma or victimization. CAPS can be reached at 239-590-7950 24hrs a day.
FGCU’s Student Affairs Case Manager- Available to students who have been a victim of a crime. The Student Affairs Case Manager can provide student victims with their reporting options and assist in navigating campus and local processes. The Student Affairs Case Manager may work with University officials to address students concerns related to personal safety and connect student with internal and external resources. For more information, contact Lauren Strunk at 239-590-1866 or email at email@example.com.
FGCU’s Student Health Services (SHS)- Student Health Services (SHS) does not perform forensic rape exams. However, SHS does offer testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections and Plan B emergency contraception. SHS can also direct you to other campus resources. SHS is located at the Wellness Center and can be contacted at (239) 590-7966.
Dean of Students (DOS) Cohen Center- The Dean of Students can provide an overview of the student conduct process if the accused is a student at FGCU. You are encouraged to report so that we can look into the incident and do what we can to ensure this does not happen again to anyone else. The Dean will also provide information and resources available to assist you. DOS is located in the Cohen Center, room 288 and can be contacted at (239)-590-7900.