The nurses can examine your body for injuries, collect evidence, and can offer medications to prevent STIs and/or pregnancy.Evidence can be collected within five days of [email protected] helpline: 608-466-2881, M-F 9am-10pm Freedom, Inc.provides services that are language-gender-generation and culture-specific to women, gender non-conforming, and youth, in African American and Southeast Asian families.Help is available for survivors of sexual violence.A comprehensive list of services available both on campus and in the community is available here.The Campus Title IX Coordinator serves as the point person regarding Title IX compliance for UW-Madison.
UHS Violence Prevention & Survivor Services provides free victim advocacy and confidential support to UW-Madison student victim/survivors of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and/or stalking.
Deaf Unity has a staff who are deaf and use American Sign Language to provide services to and advocates for deaf victims by: listening to victims and their experiences with abuse; providing victims emotional and moral support: empowering victims with information, strategies and choices to make themselves safe, healthy and independent; providing information to people who know and are concerned about someone who may be experiencing abuse; going with the victim to court or a medical appointment.
Services are free, confidential, safe, and private.
All reports made to UW-Madison will be taken seriously and investigated thoroughly.
Sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking are forms of gender discrimination and violations of Title IX, Wisconsin state law, and UW System Administrative Code.