Service Providers / Victim Resources
What is a Sexual Assault Service Provider (SASP)?
Sexual Assault Service Provider (SASP) members of WCASA:
- Are non-profit programs primarily designed to serve all sexual assault victims and the significant people in their lives;
- Address sexual assault in their agency and/or program mission statement;
- Encourage staff/volunteers with time to be active in WCASA through regional meetings, trainings, committees, and/or the WCASA Board of Directors;
Additionally, SASPs provide all of the WCASA core services
- 24 Hour Crisis Response
- Personal Advocacy
- Systems Advocacy
- Information and Referral
- Support Groups
- Accessible Services
- Community Outreach and Prevention Education
To see descriptions of the core services, see the SASP assurance form.
How can I find the SASP in my community?
Click on a county in the map or scroll down and click on a county in the table below to see information about the sexual assault service providers in that area. If you do not know the county, but have the name of the city/town/village, use this WI County Information guide .
You can also:
- Search alphabetically by service provider
- Download SASP Map & Facebook/Website/Contact Info
- View Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) Programs
ALPHABETICAL LIST OF COUNTIES
Click on a specific county for more information:
You can also contact, RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network). RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline. This nationwide partnership of more than 1,100 local rape treatment hotlines provides victims of sexual assault with free, confidential services around the clock.
- Call 800.656.HOPE (4673) to be connected with a trained staff member from a sexual assault service provider in your area.
En Espanol: The new Spanish-language service, made possible by a Vision 21 grant from the Department of Justice’s Office for Victims of Crime, will be available 24/7 at rainn.org/es. It is designed to be accessible to survivors among the 37.6 million people in the United States who primarily speak Spanish. For more information, read the press release here.