Any UW-Madison student is eligible to use Survivor Services and our Women’s Health Clinic
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Prevention staff at University Health Services (UHS) understand the challenges that face first-year students, and use online programming, in addition to other educational tools, to teach students how to respond to difficult situations, including high-risk drinking, sexual assault and dating violence, and mental health crises.
Going head over heels for flip flops? Choose wiselyIf you are headed to the beach this summer, don’t forget your sunscreen and comfortable—but safe—footwear.Flip flops are cheap and easy to get, but they could ruin your summer vacation if you don’t choose and use them wisely.Flip over these tips:Make sure your flip flops are the […]
At-Risk is an online suicide prevention program designed to respond to student and faculty concerns, and increased suicide prevention education.
No chill: Drinking and dressing smarter in the Wisconsin winter The 2016 death of a young woman in Milwaukee who walked out into the freezing Wisconsin weather after a night of drinking underscores the dangers of alcohol consumption in winter. Alcohol consumption sometimes plays a role in hypothermia-related deaths like this. The Internet is rife […]
On two wheels or four, safety is the number one priority Bicycling is often the quickest and most convenient mode of transportation around campus, and with the weather warming up, more bikes will be on the road during the summer months. “It all comes down to basic safety on our roads,” says Marc Lovicott, UWPD’s […]
One of the best parts about the UW-Madison campus is that most things—from classes to restaurants to Camp Randall—are within walking distance. Whether you take the Lakeshore path to the Union or stroll down State Street, you can get just about anywhere on campus by foot. But there’s no need to walk alone. SAFEwalk, a […]
The smell of food on the grill is almost inescapable during the summer, especially in Madison. And while you may associate it with good friends and good times, a few simple steps can go a long way toward assuring you have a safe and healthy time.