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

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        Our Mission

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

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        WCASA Membership

        Click here to make a payment as a Sexual Assault Service Provider (SASP)


        WCASA is a membership agency comprised of organizations and individuals working to end sexual assault in Wisconsin. WCASA is made up of its staff, board and 54 sexual assault service provider agencies. 

        In 2016, WCASA members voted to shift to a hybrid community membership organization. This change simplified membership to only include sexual assault service providers (SASPs) and removed the Ally, Affiliate Individual and Affiliate Organizations as members. We believe this change will allow us to provide better service to SASPs and begin building a movement, rather than a membership based organization. Movements promote equity and change for all. It is going to take a movement to end
        sexual violence.

        SASPs provide all of the WCASA core services. SASP membership comes with the following benefits:

        • Reduced rates at conferences and scholarship opportunities
        • Access to technical assistance and training opportunities
        • The opportunity to serve on state-wide board committees
        • Legislative updates and policy alerts
        • Access to WCASA's resource center, containing books, videos, journals, and manuals on all aspects of sexual assault prevention, intervention, and service provision


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        To support WCASA's mission as an individual

        Please visit our donation page. Every member organization and individual is imperative to the continued growth of the organization and to help us fulfill our mission to create the social change necessary to end sexual violence. We appreciate your support.


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        Upcoming Events

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        2017 Calendar

        Regional TA Info/Trainings


        Film Screenings
        Statewide Events



        > August 22 (4:00pm): Slavery & the making of America (Film Screening in honor of the International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and Abolition)

        > August 29 (10:00am)
        Grant Writing 101 (held in conjunction with End Domestic Abuse WI)

        > August 29 (2:00pm):  Medical Advocacy Webinar Series: DNA Essentials for Advocates and Survivors

        > August 31: Anti-Oppression: How CCR/SART teams can work to serve the marginalized populations in their communities, Green Bay

        > September 14 & 15, 
        Fall Director's Meeting, Middleton

        > September 19 (4:00pm): La Mitad del Mundo (Film Screening in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month)

        > September 21 (10:00am): 
        Medical Advocacy Webinar Series: Wisconsin Department of Justice SANE Program

        > September 26: SART Foundations & Case Reviews, Marshfield



        WCASA Blog

        WCASA Blog Discontinued…

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