Resource List

UW Madison Resources
UHS Survivor Services: Confidential, free, UNIVERSITY resource 
Contact: or  608-265-5600 option 3 

ROSA Law clinic: Confidential, free, University-affiliated 
Issues areas: stalking, IPV
Services provided: restraining orders, CVC fund applications, etc. 
Contact: Individuals seeking services can call 608-263-9574 or email

Sexual Misconduct Resource and Response Program (Title IX)
We receive reports of sexual harassment and sexual violence – including sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, stalking, and sexual exploitation – and coordinate the University’s response.
Lauren Hasselbacher:

Population Specific
Diverse and Resilient | Room to be Safe (Statewide)
Mission: Diverse and Resilient’s Room to Be Safe Anti-Violence program serves LGBTQ survivors of violence (intimate partner, sexual, hate violence, bullying, religious, state and police sanctioned) throughout Wisconsin.
Text or call: 414-856-5428 (Monday-Friday during business hours) | 

OutReach (Madison)
Mission: Our mission is a commitment to equity and quality of life for all LGBTQ+ people through community building, health and human services, and economic, social, and racial justice advocacy. 
Contact: | 608-255-8582

Room to be Safe: Confidential, free, community resource 
Issue areas: violence - specific for LGBTQ individuals 
Services provided: advocacy, emotional support
Contact: 414-856-5428 (call or text) Note, this is not a 24/7 line, but they will return texts and calls by the next business day 

WI Resources:
Indigenous/Native Victim/Survivor Resources: 

Mission: StrongHearts Native Helpline is a 24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy.
Contact: 1-844-762-8483

Mission: To increase mental health accessibility and inclusivity for health justice through demonetizing the relationships between the mental health systems, and those seeking mental health services within Indigenous and historically under-invested and therefore chronically underserved communities. 
Contact: 414-383-2592

Mission: To improve the health, peace, and well-being of urban Indians in the Greater Milwaukee area. 
Contact: 414-383-9526 to schedule an appointment 

Mission: Wise Women Gathering Place is committed to peace, respect, and belonging through skill building, sharing of resources, and caring support for our community. 
Contact: 920-883-7202 | 

African American/Black Victim/Survivors: 
Freedom, Inc (Dane County)
Mission: Freedom, Inc engages low-to-no income Black and Southeast Asian women, girls, and LGBTQ+ peopler in Dane County, Wi. Our mission is to achieve social justice through coupling direct services with leadership development and community organizing. 
Contact: 608-716-7324 | 

We All Rise (Green Bay)
Mission: The mission of We All Rise calls for the collective liberation of African Americans navigating at the margins of society. 
Contact: call/text the crisis line 920-600-4313 | 

UNIDOS: Confidential, free, community resource 
Issue areas: victim of crimes - all, specific for Latnix Survivors 
Services provided: restraining orders, legal info, victim advocacy, support groups 
24/7 Helpline: 1-800-510-9195 
National Sexual Assault Hotline. Free. Confidential. 24/7. 
Call: 1-800-656-4673

Call: 1-800-799-7233
Text: Text “START” to 88788
What to expect when you contact us: “Your safety always comes first. Every contact to The Hotline is personal. Some people who reach out to us identify as survivors of abuse, some as concerned friends or family members, as abusive partners seeking to change themselves.”