This list of resources is dedicated to survivor victims who need assistance in a time of need. If you have suggestions of additional resources that might be helpful, please share them with email@example.com
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Survivor-focused Mental Health Resources
Rape Crisis Center: 608-251-7273
Domestic Abuse Intervention Services: 608-251-4445
24-hour crisis line: 608-265-5600
Suicide hotline: 1-800-273-8255
Crisis text line: Text HOME to 741741
SilverCloud is an online, self-guided, interactive mental health resources that provides accessible cognitive-behavioral interventions.
Healthy Minds is a digital well-being tool that combines podcast-style lessons and both seated and active mediations to develop important skills for a healthy mind,
YOU@WISC is a student connection portal with tools, content, and resources specific to UW–Madison student life designed to build resilience within students and foster campus connection,
Emergency Financial Assistance
Graduate students in the School of Medicine and Public Health can contact Brian Nunez, Director of Career Advising and Student Wellness at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dean of Students Office has a variety of ways to support including the Dean of Students Crisis Loan, housing resources, community support, and the ability to work with faculty to advocate with you during your financial emergency. Reach out to dean @studentlife.wisc.edy to get connected for support.
Diversity and Inclusion Resources
Lawyers and Legal Assistance
The James Byrd Jr. Center to Stop Hate is a national organization that supports communities and individuals targeted for hate and challenges white supremacy by using creative legal advocacy, disrupting systems that enable hate, and educating the general public and policymakers.