Local and Campus Resources

Name Phone Website
FSU Police Department 850-644-1234 http://police.fsu.edu/
Supports the mission of the Florida State University by promoting a safe and secure higher education environment while providing proactive police and customer-related services aimed at reducing crime.
FSU Counseling Center 850-644-2003 http://counseling.fsu.edu/
The UCC is a welcoming and confidential place on campus where students can come to discuss issues ranging from homesickness and adjustment to college to relationships concerns, eating disorders, substance use, anxiety, and depression. We offer Individual, Couples, Group, and Crisis Intervention services by licensed and professionally trained staff to currently enrolled FSU students. Our services are paid for through student fees and are offered at no additional charge.
FSU Victim Advocate Program 850-644-7161 http://victimadvocate.fsu.edu/
An advocate is on call twenty-four hours a day to respond to FSU students who are victimized, or any other person who is victimized on our campus, or by an FSU student.  Services offered include emotional support, instructor notification, referrals, and educational programming for our campus community.

Services are free, confidential, and do not require a police report

Nights and Weekends: 850-644-1234, Ask for the advocate on call.

University Health Services 850-644-4567 https://uhs.fsu.edu/about/contact-us
University Health Services, Florida State University’s fully accredited primary care facility, provides medical care and outreach programs through a team of dedicated professionals. As a student-focused, student-friendly center, its mission is to advance the quality of life for university students,improving academic performance and increasing retention. University Health Services works in conjunction with many university departments, but is part of the Division of Student Affairs to maintain our focus and attention on serving students.
FSU Veterans Center http://veterans.fsu.edu
To grow and support the FSU Veteran community by reaching out to Veterans of all generations and actively recruiting veterans looking to transition from military service to college life. The Center serves as the focal point for all campus veteran support services, from transition assistance, to VA benefit certification, to educational assistance. The Center also promotes awareness of Seminole veteran heritage and veteran related issues to campus and alumni populations alike.
Student Disabilities Resource Center 850-644-9566 http://www.disabilitycenter.fsu.edu/index.html
As a primary advocate for students with disabilities, the SDRC works with faculty and staff to provide accommodations for the unique needs of students both in and out of the classroom.
FSU Psychology Clinic 850-644-3006 http://www.psy.fsu.edu/community/clinic/index.htm
Counseling services for students, staff, faculty, and the community.  Sliding scale pay rate.
SafeZone 850-644-2003 www.safezone.fsu.edu
Support network and resources for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students and staff.
Dean of Students Department 850-644-2428 http://deanofstudents.fsu.edu/
The Dean of Students Department supports the holistic development of students through advocacy, empowerment, leadership, accountability, and community. It does this by supporting the University’s academic mission and by providing services, advocacy, and crisis management for all students through creative problem-solving, accessibility, and accountability.
FSU Office of Withdrawals 850-644-1741 http://withdrawal.fsu.edu/
The Withdrawal Services staff provides support to students and their families when a student’s enrollment is unexpectedly interrupted due to unforeseen circumstances (personal, family, medical or mental health reasons, and/or other crisis).  Students who must leave during a current semester must officially withdraw (all classes) through the Dean of Students Department. 
FSU Employee Assistance Program 850-644-4444 https://eap.fsu.edu/
Florida State University established the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) in the Spring of 1995. Since its inception, it has offered a professional support system for the faculty and staff of the University and contracted agencies. The services offered are as diverse as FSU workplace violence guidelines, emergency loans, and helpful links to many state affiliated and professional groups.
Office of Greek Life 850-644-9574 http://greeklife.fsu.edu/
We work with 56 social fraternities and sororities at Florida State University. These values-based organizations promote leadership, scholarship, brotherhood/sisterhood and service.  With 30 fraternities and 26 sororities, including 18 culturally based Greek letter organizations, Greek Life provides a unique opportunity for students to be a part of a more than 100 year old campus tradition.
New Student & Family Programs 850-644-2785 http://nsfp.fsu.edu/
The Dean of Students Department’s Office of New Student & Family Programs coordinates a series of programs designed to support your experience at The Florida State University.
Family Connection 850-644-2785 http://family.fsu.edu
Family Connection welcomes families to connect with, support, and encourage a university environment that allows students to excel in service, leadership, and academic excellence. Florida State University views families as an important partner in achieving the success of our students and institution.
Men Advocating Responsible Conduct (MARC) FSU SGA
Men Advocating Responsible Conduct (MARC) is a group of students at the Florida State University who seek to educate their peers concerning the importance of appropriate and responsible behavior.
Noles CARE 850-644-2003 https://counseling.fsu.edu/
A Suicide Prevention Program. Noles Care Website and Noles Care Resources
RENEW 850-645-9772 https://counseling.fsu.edu/students/renew
RENEW (Realizing Everyone’s Need for Emotional Wellness) is an undergraduate peer education program sponsored by the University Counseling Center. RENEW provides presentations and One-on-One instructional sessions on emotional wellness topics.
FSU Wellness 850-644-2003 https://counseling.fsu.edu/students/counseling/services
An online guide for students on wellness, maximizing potential, improving quality of life, and thriving.

Community Resources

Name Phone Website
211 Big Bend


211 Big Bend
24-hour crisis helpline and referal services for the Tallahassee Community.
Refuge House 850-681-2111 www.refugehouse.com
Confidential, 24-hour hotline, information and referral, crisis intervention, advocacy and accompaniment: medical and legal, support groups, medical referrals and follow-up, victim/survivor follow-up, shelter, and emergency financial assistance. Assistance in filing for protective injunctions (restraining order) through the Refuge House office at the Leon County Courthouse.
Refuge House Injunction Office 850-577-4180 www.refugehouse.com
Victims mayy receive assistance in filing for an injunction through the injunction assistance office at the Leon County Courthouse.
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital 850-431-0911 www.tmh.org
Emergency room services and SANE sexual assault exams.
Tallahassee VA Clinic 850-878-0191 http://northflorida.va.gov
Provides general and specialized medical and mental health services for veterans.
Tallahassee Police Department 850-891-4200 www.talgov.com/tpd/‎
Leon County Sheriff’s Office 850-922-300 Leon County Sheriff’s office‎