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UHS Violence Prevention & Survivor Services is dedicated to preventing violence before it happens and helping address the needs of victims of sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking after it happens.
Preventing campus sexual and relationship violence through a bystander intervention approach.
Survey findings lead to enhanced survivor services, additional violence prevention education
First-year and incoming transfer students will participate in a new online interpersonal violence prevention training program called U Got This!
Violence Prevention Specialist | Schmuecker coordinates the online graduate and professional sexual violence prevention training, as well as supports ActWIse bystander intervention trainings and provides confidential victim advocacy services.
Violence Prevention Specialist | Nelson administers the U Got This! program and supervises peer educators who are trained to deliver the GetWIse workshops.
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.
Tonight is a primary, online prevention program about sexual assault and dating violence for first-year and incoming transfer students.
Stalking can impact academic and personal success.
Self-defense is a risk reduction strategy that may offer assertiveness training, education about dangerous situations and “red flags” that perpetrators may exhibit, and strategies to physically and verbally resist dangerous situations. Self-defense does not prevent the choices perpetrators make to assault, but may provide individuals with confidence, awareness, and diffusion strategies to increase their safety and potentially lessen the severity of attacks.
UHS provides an online prevention program for incoming graduate/professional students and new employees at UW-Madison.