Health Services

Norris Health Center

Norris Health Center
3351 N. Downer Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53211

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Norris Health Center Counseling & Consultation Services

Norris Counseling & Consultation Services
2025 E. Newport Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53211

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On-Campus Resources

UW-Milwaukee

On-Campus Resources

Norris Health Center

3351 N. Downer Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53211

Phone: (414) 229-4716

Norris Health Center Counseling & Consultation Services

Northwest Quadrant, 5th Floor
2025 E. Newport Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53211

Phone: (414) 229-4716

Provides STI testing and pregnancy testing on-campus.

Norris Health Center cannot provide Medical Forensic Exams.

UWM-Waukesha

On-Campus Resources

Campus Counseling Center

Student Development, Room A115
1500 N. University Dr.
Waukesha, WI 53188

Phone: (262) 521-5480

Email: wak-counseling@uwm.edu

Provides short-term mental health counseling for currently enrolled students.

UWM-Washington County

Campus Resources

Contact Acute Care Services-Crisis Intervention Team

Acute Care Services is a state-certified 24/7/365 Emergency Mental Health Services Program that partners with the community to empower individuals and families during a crisis. Primary focus on client-centered, least-restrictive crisis intervention and treatment. Services provided without regard for ability to pay.

Email: ContactACS@co.washington.wi.us

Crisis Line: (262) 365-6565

Toll Free: 1-866-906-6565


After an assault, you may want to seek medical care.
This may include STI testing, pregnancy testing, or a Medical Forensic Exam.

Medical Forensic Exam

A Medical Forensic Exam is a process in which a trained nurse gathers physical evidence from a victim/survivor following an assault. This can include collecting DNA, documenting injuries, recording the victim/survivor account of the assault, and providing any needed testing or medications.

Evidence can be collected up to 120 hours following an assault. Victims/survivors that choose to receive a medical forensic exam are NOT required to report to police. Evidence can be recorded and stored anonymously. The victim/survivor can choose which parts of the exam they would like performed and can stop the exam at any time.

Medical Forensics Program

You can obtain a Medical Forensic Exam from the licensed medical facilities throughout Southeastern Wisconsin that are listed within this link:

Medical Forensics Program

Preserving Medical Evidence

  • All medical forensic exams are performed by a trained Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner.
  • If possible, bring the clothes (including underwear) that were worn during the assault as well as clean clothes to change into.
  • Try not to bathe, brush teeth, or use mouthwash before the exam.
  • If possible, wait to urinate until the nurse can collect a sample (especially if it is the first urination after the assault) or bring a sample to the exam.
  • Bring any feminine products (tampon or maxi pad) worn during the assault.
  • The examination may include DNA collection, photos of any bodily injury, STI assessment/prevention, and pregnancy testing.

Off-Campus Resources

UW-Milwaukee

Off-Campus Resources

Aurora Health Care

Healing & Advocacy Services
Aurora Sinai Medical Center
945 N. 12th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233

24-Hour Phone: (414) 219-5555.

Aurora West Medical Center
8901 W. Lincoln Avenue
West Allis, WI 53227

Provides STI testing, pregnancy testing, and Medical Forensic Exams. You can request an advocate to accompany you during the exam process.

If you do not live in Milwaukee, Aurora can also provide referrals and information about services in your area.

UWM-Waukesha

Off-Campus Resources

UWM Victim/Survivor Advocate

Phone: (414) 229-4582

Email: victimadvocacy@uwm.edu

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.

Waukesha Memorial Hospital

725 American Avenue
Waukesha, WI 53188

Phone: (262) 928-2000

Provides STI testing, pregnancy testing, and Medical Forensic Exams.

St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic

826 N. East Avenue
Waukesha, WI 53186

Phone: (262) 544-6777

Provides non-emergency free and low-cost medical services for Waukesha County residents.

UWM-Washington County

Off-Campus Resources

UWM Victim/Survivor Advocate

Phone: (414) 229-4582

Email: victimadvocacy@uwm.edu

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.

St. Joseph’s Hospital

3200 Pleasant Valley Road
West Bend, WI 53095

Phone: (262) 836-8257

Provides STI testing, pregnancy testing, and Medical Forensic Exams.

Community Outreach Health Clinic

Outpatient Center, Community Memorial Hospital
W180 N8085 Town Hall Road
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051

Phone: (262) 251-1000

Provides non-emergency medical care, referrals to community resources, and education or counseling services for prevention and wellness. Clinic hours are generally Tuesday and Thursday nights. A $10 fee is requested for each clinic visit.