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Sexual Assault Campus Climate Survey
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UHS End Violence on Campus (EVOC) provides victim advocacy and confidential support to student victim/survivors of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and /or stalking. Our staff can provide emotional support, assist with arranging academic and housing accommodations if you need them, can provide information about reporting options, and support you in deciding what is most helpful for you. These services are available to UW-Madison students at no cost.
If you or someone you know needs help after a sexual assault or because of an abusive partner, UW-Madison and its community partners offer help to those in need.
The UHS EVOC staff team develops and implements evidence-informed, population-based primary prevention programs for undergraduate, transfer, and graduate students, as well as for staff, faculty and parents. UHS EVOC also offers courses for academic credit through the School of Social Work and campus wide presentations. To request a tailored workshop or training, please email UHS EVOC at email@example.com.
TONIGHT: For Undergraduate and Transfer Students | Prevention Program for New Graduate Students and Employees | Information for Faculty and Staff | Information for Parents | SW 672: Greek Men for Violence Prevention | SW 672: Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment (PAVE) | UHS EVOC Annual Summit
Learn more about sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking and how you can help create a supportive environment for survivors.
Sexual Assault | Dating Violence | Stalking | Information for Parents | Information on Victim Rights | UW-Madison Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
Supporting a Survivor
The resources below may help if you have a friend, family member or loved one who has experienced sexual assault, dating violence, or stalking. A validating, trustworthy support system is often the most important determinant in how a student heals from trauma, pursues their educational opportunities, and regains a sense of equilibrium. Your love, words, and actions make all the difference. Remember, there is no one right way to react or heal after experiencing assault or abuse.