End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin is the leading voice for victims of domestic abuse in Wisconsin. They educate shelter and program volunteers and advocates, law enforcement, legislators, and community members to provide safety and support to survivors; they strive to shift Wisconsin from the attitudes and beliefs that cause domestic violence to values of mutual respect and equality; and they partner with communities in the effort to prevent and end domestic abuse.
UNIDOS has been “Serving the Latino Communities in Wisconsin Since 1996”
UNIDOS exists to empower the community to break the cycle of domestic violence, end sexual assault and promote healthy family systems. UNIDOS existe para capacitar a la comunidad para romper el ciclo de la violencia doméstica, terminar con el abuso sexual y promover sistemas de familia saludables.
The Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA) may be able to help. WCASA works in collaboration with communities throughout the state to support existing services to victims/survivors of sexual violence, to plan for the development of new services, to create and support community prevention efforts, and to stimulate community ownership of the issue of sexual violence.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice – Office of Crime Victim Services, may be able to help. Victims of violent crime and family members, domestic partners or household members of deceased victims may have significant out-of-pocket expenses through no fault of their own. Crime Victim Compensation (CVC) helps pay for unreimbursed eligible expenses that result from the crime.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice – Office of Crime Victim Services, may be able to help. If you or someone close to you has been a victim of crime, we are sorry for the circumstances that led you here. Crime affects everyone differently, and each person’s healing process is unique. There are many resources available to assist you.
You may contact the Wisconsin Department of Justice – Office of Crime Victim Services, Crime Victims Rights Board. The Crime Victims Rights Board (CVRB) operates by authority of Wis. Stat. Chapter 950.09 to review and investigate complaints filed by victims of crime regarding their crime victim rights.
The Wisconsin Department of Corrections is Empowering victims through timely notification and reliable information through the VOICE program. At the VOICE for Victims website, users will find information for crimes that were committed in Wisconsin. Their goal is to promote safety and restore some peace of mind in the lives of victims and others who have been affected by crime.
Other Useful Links
Women’s Law – providing legal information and support to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.