Confidential Advocacy Services

After an assault, a victim/survivor may benefit from having an advocate support them as they process their experience. This may include counseling, deciding whether to make a formal report to the police or the UWM administration, and/or having someone beside them during any medical or investigative interviews.

Disclosing information to a Victim Advocate will not lead to a Title IX investigation, unless explicitly requested. Under Wisconsin law, communications between a victim and a victim advocate are privileged.

UWM Title IX Office

Phone: (414) 229-7012


Web Form: Report a Title IX Issue

UW-Milwaukee, UWM-Waukesha, and UWM-Washington County

UWM Survivor Support and Victim Advocacy Services

Phone: (414) 229-4582


Website: UWM Victim/Survivor Advocate

Provides confidential services, which may include emotional support, information on making a formal report to law enforcement or the UWM administration, and having someone accompany you to any medical or investigative interviews.

Off-Campus Resources


Off-Campus Resources

Aurora Healing Centers

24-Hour Phone: (414) 219-5555

Text: (414) 219-1551

Provides emergency care, counseling, emotional support, and forensic nursing at a number of locations throughout Milwaukee County.

Sojourner Family Peace Center

619 W. Walnut Street

Milwaukee, WI 53212

24-Hour Phone: (414) 933-2722

Text: (414) 877-8100

Offers free and low-cost services (hotline, shelter, support groups, legal assistance, counseling) to individuals and families affected by domestic violence. If you do not live in Milwaukee, Sojourner can provide referrals and information for resources in your area.


Off-Campus Resources

The Women’s Center

505 North East Avenue

Waukesha, WI 53186

24-Hour Hotline: (262) 542-3828

Office Phone: (262) 547-4600

Offers confidential, no cost services to survivors, including: emergency shelter and 24-Hour Hotline; legal advocacy; counseling; support groups; substance abuse and mental health support; transitional living; community education and violence prevention; employment counseling and life-skills development; translation/interpretation in any language; and free on-site childcare for clients utilizing any of these services.

UWM-Washington County

Off-Campus Resources


P.O. Box 117

West Bend, WI 53095

Crisis Line: (262) 334-7298

A multi-faceted organization providing trauma-informed services to those exposed to domestic violence and sexual assault, including one-to-one advocacy and case management, shelter, transitional living assistance, support groups, legal representation and assistance, parenting support, and assistance with independent living skills.

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