We respectfully acknowledge the WCASA office is on the land of the Ho-Chunk People, and the State of Wisconsin is home to the; Bad River, Brothertown, Forest County Potawatomi, Ho-Chunk, Lac Courte Oreilles, Lac du Flambeau, Menominee, Mole Lake Sokaogon, Oneida, Red Cliff, St. Croix, and Stockbridge-Munsee Tribes who have stewarded this land throughout the generations. We thank them for their strength and resilience in protecting this land as we aspire to uphold our responsibilities according to their example.
WCASA is a statewide coalition and membership agency, dedicated to providing support and complimenting the work of Wisconsin sexual assault service provider (SASP) agencies, that are working to end sexual violence and offer support, advocacy and information to its victims of sexual assault and their families.
WCASA works to ensure that every survivor in Wisconsin gets the support and care they need. WCASA also works to create the social change necessary to end all forms of sexual violence.
Long Range Plan
- Long Range Plan 2023-2029 - American Indians Against Abuse, Black and Brown Womyn Power Coalition, End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin, and WCASA joined together to share our collective vision for ending domestic violence and sexual assault.
30 Years of Anti Violence Work
- 30 Years of Anti-Violence Work Video (WCASA, 2015)
- Anti-Oppression Foundation
- WCASA believes that to achieve our mission of ending sexual violence, we must also end all forms of oppression. Anti-oppression work is, in fact, also sexual violence prevention work. We stand in solidarity with our allies working on issues of racial justice and other oppressions. Recognizing that women of color* face multiple layers of marginalization with race/ethnicity and gender, WCASA commits to focusing on all forms of oppression while keeping women of color at the center.