Victim Assistance Program
The Gulf Breeze Police Department’s Victim Assistance Program provides assistance through
crisis intervention, short term counseling, criminal justice support, personal advocacy, and referral
services to individuals who have been victimized or who have otherwise experienced trauma.
Useful Resources / Web Links
Here you will find various resources available across the internet. These include brochures,
forms, various types of media, as well as links to other organizations and agencies.
Alcoholics Anonymous – http://www.aapensacola.org/
Bereavement & Grief Support Groups – http://www.healingthespirit.org/support-fts.php
Council on Aging of West Florida – http://www.coawfla.org/
FavorHouse of Northwest Florida, Inc. – http://favorhouse.org/
Florida Attorney General’s Crime Victim Services – http://myfloridalegal.com/victims
Florida Department of Children & Families – http://www.dcf.state.fl.us/
Federal Trade Commission – http://www.ftc.gov/
Lakeview Center’s Behavioral Health Services – http://www.elakeviewcenter.org/BehavioralHealth/
Lakeview Center’s Rape Crisis Program – http://www.bhcpns.org/BehavioralHealth/VictimsServices.aspx
Narcotics Anonymous – http://www.pensacolana.org/
Northwest Florida Area Agency on Aging – http://www.coawfla.org/
Santa Rosa County Clerk of the Circuit Court – http://www.santarosaclerk.com/
Santa Rosa Kids' House – http://www.srkidshouse.org/
Stay Safe Online – http://www.staysafeonline.org/
The Gulf Breeze Police Department Emergency Operations Center is staffed by five full time employees and five part-time employees and operates 24 Hours a day / 7 days a week.
The Communications center is responsible for 911 operations and provides dispatch services for both police and fire services. In addition, the dispatch center provides law enforcement dispatch for The U.S Park Service Gulf Islands National Seashore.
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