UHS Survivor Services can help you reclaim power and control after an act of sexual violence.
Archives for September 2017
UHS strives to promote, protect, and restore health and well-being. Because of this mission, we hold a strong commitment to the diverse UW-Madison community and the promotion of equity and justice.
A UW-Madison student organization is building a community free of the social pressures associated with alcohol and other drugs.
Samantha Johnson, a UHS employee of more than three years, began her new role as Violence Prevention Manager for UHS Violence Prevention and Survivor Services on September 1.
A confidential support group for survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner/dating violence, sexual harassment, and/or stalking.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Mental Health Services offers practicum training for graduate students in the fields of counseling psychology, clinical psychology, and social work.
Dr. Angela Janis, co-director of UHS Mental Health Services, was recognized Friday for her contributions to the empowerment of women in health care fields.
Students can get involved throughout the month of September.
Access Specialist | Wescott-Barten connects students with campus and community mental health resources.