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Survivor Resources

COVID-19 Service Update

You deserve support.

Social distancing, working remotely, event cancellations, and the suspension of in-person classes can pose additional challenges for individuals in unsafe living environments. The very things that help to reduce the spread of COVID-19, may also increase isolation and danger for individuals staying or living with abusers and/or dysfunctional family members.   

We know that home is not safe for everyone. You deserve support. Resources that may be helpful to you during this time can be found on our Survivor Services page:

To schedule a time to speak with a Survivor Services staff member by phone, email and include your student ID number and days/times that you are available.

24-Hour Crisis Line

608-265-5600 (option 9)

Make an appointment

608-265-5600 (option 3)

Read our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more.

UHS Survivor Services Open Access is canceled for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester. 

email for questions and information.

Requesting an Accomodation

UW–Madison will make every effort to make accommodations for academic, living, transportation, working situations, or protective measures if requested and reasonably available. Victims/survivors do not need to report to law enforcement to receive these accommodations, and can continue to request and receive them regardless of the outcome of a campus disciplinary investigation. Making an accommodation request to the UW–Madison may result in a report of an annual crime statistic with the victim’s name withheld. It may also result in a campus investigation of the incident(s). For more information, see Rights for Victims.

UHS Survivor Services

UHS is a confidential service provider.

608-262-5600 (option 3)
333 East Campus Mall

Dean of Students Office

70 Bascom Hall

University Housing

For students living in University Housing only.

625 Babcock Dr.

Title IX Coordinator

361 Bascom Hall