We've created a calendar to make it easier to find local events that provide education around sexual assault and domestic violence. Check it out!
Dane County Rape Crisis Center provides counseling, legal advocacy, medical advocacy, education and outreach to survivors, family members, and the community. For more information, visit their website or call their 24/7 help line at (608)251-7273
Domestic Abuse Intervention Services has a shelter for survivors of domestic violence, legal assistance, children's programming, support groups, crisis response, and support for pets in danger. For more information, please visit their website or call their 24/7 help line at (608)251-4445
Freedom, Inc works to end violence against people of color, women, those that non-traditionally gender identify, youth, and our elders, to promote a healthy lifestyle. To learn more, please visit their website.
Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault works to create change necessary to end all forms of sexual violence. Their work includes education and training, legislative initiatives, raising public awareness, and providing resources. For more information or to get involved, please visit their website
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin also works to create social and legislative changes necessary to end domestic violence. For more information on their work, please go to their website
UNIDOS exists to empower the community to break the cycle of domestic violence, end sexual assault and promote healthy family systems. Click here for more information on their services.
Disability Rights Wisconsin provides direct services to individuals with disabilities who experience crime, even if the crime is not reported. To contact the Victim Advocacy Program, you can call 1-800-928-8778.
Hmong American Women's Association has a statewide 24-hour domestic violence hotline, 1-877-740-4292. For a list of services, you can click here to see a copy of their brochure.
RAINN is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization, providing a 24/7 help line, education to the public, improving public policy and consultation. For more information, you can visit their website or call the 24/7 help line at (800)656-4673
End Abuse of People with Disabilities provides free monthly webinar training, publications and resources, newsletters, and access to latest research. The site is managed by Center on Victimization and Safety.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline has resources for getting help, understanding domestic violence, and resources for survivors and the community. The hotline number is 1-800-799-7233. Please visit their website for more information.
The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence works to affect public policy changes, increase understanding of the impact of domestic violence, and provide programs and education that drive that change. Please visit their website for more information.
The National Indigenous Women's Resource Center works to enhance the safety of native women and children. For more information, please visit their website.
The NW Network of bi, trans, lesbian, and gay survivors of abuse works to end violence by building loving and equitable relationships in the community and across the county. You can find more information on their website.
Chronic Sex has a variety of resources, including a podcast, blog, and other informational sources, around safe relationships and sex for people with disabilities. To get additional resources, please visit their website.