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WCASA is Wisconsin's only state-wide coalition dedicated to ending sexual violence.

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        The Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault creates the social change necessary to end sexual violence. 


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        WCASA Events

        WCASA caters its events towards the needs of its membership and the service providers of the state as a whole. It also partners with a number of social service organizations to provide comprehensive training and awareness-raising programming year round.

        Our monthly newsletters are also a great place to find information about upcoming events and regional trainings. 

        Events sponsored by our partners are listed on the State-wide page; webinars and other conferences are listed on the National page.

          

        upcoming 2017 trainings and events

        *Please keep checking back for updates

        See upcoming webinars

        February
        Teen Dating & Sexual Violence Awareness Month

        February 20-23
        Sexual Assault Victim Advoacy School (SAVAS)
        Pewaukee

        March 21
        Legislative Advocacy Day
        Concourse Hotel, Madison

        April
        Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) / Denim Day

        April 1
        Survivors & Allies / Voices of Courage / 6th Annual Wrap Around the Capitol
        Concourse Hotel, Madison

        May 9 & 10
        Spring Directors Meeting
        Location TBD

        Quarter 2
        Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy School (SAVAS)

        June 7-9
        National Sexual Assault Conference (NSAC)
        Dallas

        June 22
        Paths to Healing Conference
        Crowne Plaza, Madison

        July
        Northern Training

        Summer
        Summer Prevention Webinar Series (to be announced)

        Quarter 3
        Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy School (SAVAS)

        September 14 & 15
        Fall Director's Meeting

        October
        Domestic Violence Awareness Month

        Quarter 4
        Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy School (SAVAS)

         

        **Reimbursements
        If you've attended an event and are eligible to submit for reimbursement, complete and submit this reimbursement form.

         

        reoccuring events

        If you don't see an event above, information has not been released yet. For now, you can view information from the last scheduled event here:

        • Director's Meetings (held 2x/year) - Domestic violence, sexual assault and tribal executive directors to learn, share, challenge and enhance sexual assault and domestic violence services in our state.WCASA co-sponsors the meeting with American Indians Against Abuse and End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin.
        • Paths to Healing Conference (held every June) - Paths to Healing is a day-long conference that provides support and explore what we need to do as a community to respond to the needs of sexual abuse survivors. It is intended for child sex abuse survivors – particularly male survivors – supportive allies, advocates, health and mental health professionals, and law enforcement.
        • Northern Training (held every July) - Each year, American Indians Against Abuse (AIAA), End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin and WCASA present annual training for rural and tribal programs. This training was designed for staff of Wisconsin rural and tribal domestic and sexual abuse programs. Advocates of all experience levels are welcome.
           
        • Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy School (SAVAS) (2x/year) - This training addresses the needs of being a victim advocate - whether working the crisis line, providing medical or legal advocacy, working with a community coordinated response team or more. Participants will have the opportunity to practice skills necessary to prove comprehensive advocacy for victims. New sexual assault advocates, domestic violence victim advocates, and other professionals who want to learn more information about sexual violence are encouraged to attend.

        • Survivors & Allies Task Force Meetings (2x/year) - Survivors and Allies Task Force Meetings are held to bring Wisconsin survivors and their allies together so they may network and discuss new developments in the sexual assault movement. It is important to make the connection between the two groups. The purpose of the meeting is to provide survivors with opportunities to voice their concerns and suggestions about current issues that the sexual assault movement is facing.

        • Voices of Courage Awards Ceremony/Luncheon (held every April) - The ceremony honors the outstanding work of Wisconsin individuals and organizations that have exceeded the very highest standards in their dedicated efforts to end sexual violence and support survivors.
        • Wrap Around the Capitol (held every April) - Survivors and allies join hands and encircle the capitol to show our support for survivors of sexual violence in observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)
        • Annual Meeting (held each November) - WCASA celebrates the year’s accomplishments, our commitment to survivors and discuss the future.

        Upcoming Events

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        2017 Calendar
        Regional TA Events

        Webinars
        Statewide Events

           

        Registration Open

         

        > Dec 14 @ 10:00-11:30am:

        Rollout of the Updated CCR Toolkit 2016 (webinar)


        Save the Date
         

        > February 20-23, 2017: Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy School (SAVAS), Pewaukee

        > March 21, 2017:
        Legislative Advocacy Day,
        Madison

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        We have discontinued our blog. For up to date information, please see the WCASA Voice newsletter.