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Due to the coronavirus COVID-19, advocates will not be meeting in-person. A confidential advocate is always available 24/7 via phone: (407) 823-1200 and via text: (407) 823-6868.

We are here for you 24/7 during these difficult times. Your victimization should not be minimized. You still have options. You can still make a police report. You can still seek a protection order. We can still safety plan with you. You can still receive a forensic exam. You can still receive support and advocacy. UCF Victim Services and other victim assistance programs continue to provide services to all. Contact us for options, services and support. You are not alone.  You matter.


During this time, an advocate may meet with you via webconference. Please email askanadvocate@ucf.edu to discuss availability for web meetings via ZOOM.


UCF has a license with ZOOM (a video webconference service), and you can set up your free account using your NID and NID password at http://ucf.zoom.us/. If you need assistance, contact Webcourses@UCF Support.


For students who do not have access to internet at home, Spectrum is offering 60 days of free WiFi to households with K-12/College students. To learn more about this service visit: Student WiFi Access


For more information about student services during this time, please visit: https://digitallearning.ucf.edu/newsroom/keeplearning/


To learn more about how UCF is responding to COVID-19, please visit: https://www.ucf.edu/safety/coronavirus/


UCF CAPS Counselors are available via phone: (407) 823-2811 and telehealth, contact CAPS for more information.