Victim Advocate Program

Victim Advocate

The Victim Advocate Program serves as a confidential resource and support service for anyone in the University community who has been a victim of a crime. This includes students and employees who were victimized at any time and at any location, as well as any other person victimized by a member of the FAMU community. Victimizations include sexual battery, sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, harassment, intimate partner violence, hate crimes, loss of a loved one to homicide, etc.
 

Confidentiality

While the Victim Advocate Program is confidential and exempt from Title IX reporting requirements, assistance can be provided in reporting to Title IX and/or law enforcement if desired. Identifying information is not released to third parties without your permission.

Services

  • Crisis intervention, including drop-in appointments and responding to campus and community locations
  • Emotional support
  • Safety planning
  • Evaluation and explanation of options
  • Information and referrals
  • Assistance filing for injunctions
  • Explanation of rights (including Florida Statute 960), policies, and procedures
  • Assistance in student conduct process
  • Instructor notification and other academic assistance
  • Employer documentation
  • Accompaniment through medical and legal processes
  • Assistance filing for Victim Compensation
  • And any other assistance that may be required to assist survivors in rebuilding their lives.

Contact the Advocate


You may contact Hannah Cronic (pronouns: she/her/hers) at 850-412-5667 or hannah.cronic@famu.edu.
To provide feedback on services, please complete this anonymous survey.

Contact Info

1676 S Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
302 C.C. Cunningham Building
Tallahassee, Florida 32307-4000

P: (850) 412-5667