UHS Survivor Services can help you reclaim power and control after an act of sexual violence.
Archives for March 2017
Your post-college life is almost here, and—not surprisingly—things will change.
Campus-Based Mental Health Services Campus-Based Services (CBS) is outreach programming that engages students outside the traditional clinic setting. Meeting students in locations where they study, work, and live breaks down barriers to care and normalizes having conversations with a counselor. Read the University Health Services Diversity Statement. The CBS team leverages interpersonal relationships with students and campus […]
All UW-Madison childcare facilities will tested for lead and copper and, based on results, testing will be repeated in six months and periodically during the next six years. Any fixtures, such as pipes or drinking fountains, that show levels above 15 parts per billion (ppb) of lead will be taken out of commission.
College Health Specialist | Betts’ professional interests include non-surgical orthopedics and sports medicine, women’s health, mental health, and preventive medicine.
UW-Madison students are invited to participate in a national study on violence prevention and intervention education.
We are so excited to be hosting the Summer 2017 Big 10 Gender Based Violence Program Staff Gathering, on the beautiful University of Wisconsin-Madison campus! Thank you for your interest in being a part of Violence Prevention and Survivor Services’ (formerly UHS-EVOC) mission to create change on college campuses.