Resources for Crime Victims

On Campus Resources

University Police — Supporting Victims
The professional, highly trained police officers and staff at University Police have experience working with crime victims, and can help make sure you get the legal and emotional support you need.

Campus Mental Health Services — Someone To Talk To
Are you anxious, afraid or dealing with other emotional issues after a crime? The caring professionals at the office of Campus Mental Health Services are here to listen, offer trusted advice, and help you move forward.

Campus Mental Health Services Sinclair Hall, Room 160
Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm

For assistance from CMHS after hours contact UPD. UPD will contact CMHS directly to provide assistance. 


Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The Farmingdale State College Employee Assistance Program offers a professional and confidential source of help for people who need assistance with personal problems or concerns. The EAP program is available to employees and their families.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Kathy Devine FSC EAP Coordinator


Off Campus Resources

Victims of Sexual Violence

SUNY's policy is that response to sexual violence and related crimes is driven by the reporting victim/survivor. What that means is that in line with Federal and New York State law, while the college encourages you to use all of the response, support and reporting (including criminal reporting) resources offered here, the choice of what resources to use and when is for the victim and survivor.


Victims of Hate/Bias Crimes

NY State Anti-hate Crime Resource

United States Department of Justice Hate Crime - NY

NY State - Stop Asian Hate

Anti-Defamation League

Victims of Racial Discrimination

NY State - Racial Discrimination

Last Modified 8/20/21