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 you 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.
On-Campus Resources for Students Enrolled in Classes at UWM, UWM-Waukesha, or UWM-Washington County
UWM Victim/Survivor Advocate
Sexual Violence Services
Northwest Quadrant, 5th Floor
2025 E. Newport Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53211
Phone: (414) 229-4582
Off-Campus ResourcesThe Healing Center
130 W. Bruce Street, 4th Floor
Milwaukee, WI 53204
Phone: (414) 219-5555 (24 hours)Sojourner Family Peace Center
135 W. Wells Street
Milwaukee, WI 53203
Phone: (414) 933-2722 (24 hours)
If you do not live in Milwaukee, Sojourner can provide referrals and information for resources in your area.
For Students Enrolled at UWM-Waukesha and UWM-Washington County
Additional resources for students enrolled in classes at UWM-Waukesha are available at these links:
Additional resources for students enrolled in classes at UWM-Washington County are available at this link: