UHS Survivor Services can help you reclaim power and control after an act of sexual violence.
Tonight is a primary, online prevention program about sexual assault and dating violence for first-year and incoming transfer students.
University Health Services (UHS) hired three additional staff members in 2016 to join the End Violence on Campus (EVOC) unit to expand violence prevention and survivor services.
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.
At the University of Wisconsin-Madison, most Badgers know that there are certain jokes that cross the line. Regardless, many of us still go along with the sexist, homophobic, gender-based, or otherwise derogatory jokes that people around us make, most often for reasons of social preservation. While it is important to know how to intervene and […]
Supporting Native survivors of sexual violence On April 13 & 14, Amanda Watson of the Minnesota Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition presented campus workshops and met with Native students to examine both the prevalence of sexual violence against Native women as well as effective strategies to prevent violence before it happens. Her visit to campus was […]
Have you ever been in a situation where you noticed something risky happening and you felt someone should do something? Did you act or intervene? Why or why not? In these situations, we are bystanders. A bystander is someone who observes a behavior that could lead to harm. They are not directly involved but have […]
The statistics surrounding sexual assaults on college campuses are alarming. According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, 1 in 5 women and 1 in 16 men are sexually assaulted while in college. More than 90 percent of campus sexual assaults go unreported. Action needs to be taken to assuage fear, prevent future assaults, and instill […]
January is Stalking Awareness Month, and Jamie Temple, the survivor services coordinator at University Health Services and primary contact for student victims, says students who experience stalking may not self-identify as victims but struggle with how to label their experience. “One of the biggest barriers for students is feeling like they will be believed if […]
The trained staff in the UHS End Violence on Campus (EVOC) Victim Advocacy & Survivor Services unit provides confidential, emotional supportive counseling to student victim/survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, regardless of when they experienced victimization. Services provided can include assistance with academic, housing, transportation, and work accommodations; information about reporting options; […]
Ready to talk about sexual assault? There’s a handbook for that Parents and students, brace yourselves…it’s time to have the talk. We can see you squirming in your seat and looking for the nearest exit. No, not that talk. This one is about sexual assault. We understand this discussion might be uncomfortable—even awkward—especially as students […]