Resources are available if you are in need of support. Know that you do not have to make a decision to report an incident before accessing counseling, medical, or advocacy services.
All services are available for individuals of any race, ethnicity, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, class, ability, citizenship and immigration status, and age.
You can also check out our resource cards available in the SAVP Office.
SAVP DirectorPhone: (845) 437-7863
- SART AdvocatesPhone: (845) 437-7333 (24/7)
Counseling ServicesPhone (business hours): (845) 437-5700
Phone (for Counselor-On-Call): (845) 437-7333 (24/7)
Safety and SecurityPhone (for non-emergencies): 845) 437-5221
Phone (for emergencies): (845) 437-7333 (24/7)
Health ServicesPhone (weekdays): (845) 437-5800
Phone (weekends): (845) 437-5807 (24/7)
- Title IX OfficePhone: (845) 437-7924
- Therapy Dog Services
Center for Victim Safety & Support at Family ServicesDomestic Violence Hotline: (845) 485-5550 (24/7)
Rape Crisis/Crime Victims Hotline: (845) 452-7272 (24/7)
- Grace Smith HousePhone: (845) 471-3033 (24/7)
Sexual Assault Forensic ExamsVassar Brothers Medical Center SAFE Exam: (845) 454-8500 (24/7)
Mid-Hudson Regional Hospital SAFE Exam: (845) 483-5000 (24/7)
New York State Police Campus Sexual Assault Victims UnitEmergencies: 911 (24/7)
Hotline: 1(844) 845-7269 (24/7)
Town of Poughkeepsie PoliceEmergencies: 911 (24/7)
Non-emergencies: (845) 485-3666 (24/7)
- District Attorney's Office - Special Victims BureauPhone: (845) 486-2300
- SAVP Services/Resources
- LGBTQ+ Services/Resources
- SAVP Mini Resource Card
- What is Sexual Assault?
- What is Relationship Abuse?
- What is Stalking?
- What is Consent?
- Grounding & Self-Care Techniques
- Supporting a Survivor
- Helpers vs. Rescuers
- Supporting a Family Member
- Supporting a Student Survivor - Tips for Faculty
- Signs of an Unhealthy Relationship
- Safety Planning with a Survivor
- Is Your Friend the Abuser?
- Bystander Intervention Tips