Until further notice, all in-person events – including training, program visits and meetings – are cancelled or postponed. For the safety of staff and following local recommendations, WCASA has transitioned to remote work. While we will not be in our Madison office, staff have established workspaces at home where they can continue providing confidential support to programs. It is best to contact staff direct lines; that –and email– will be the best way to connect. Please do not hesitate to reach out.

We will be updating the resources below as more information is made available about COVID-19 and how it impacts our communities and agencies.

While the COVID-19 pandemic is creating stress for everyone, we are deeply saddened to learn of the racist and xenophobic incidents that have been occurring across the globe (and in the U.S.).  Now is the time for unity, and we echo the call of Asian American and Pacific Islander Leaders and civil rights organizations for our elected leaders to denounce Anti-Asian racism around COVID-19.

This section is broken in to the following sub-sections:

Program Resources

 

WCASA
General

Community Resources

Self-Care/Mental Health Resources

While the resources below are geared to everyone, survivors may find the tips useful during this time when social distancing can lead to increased isolation.

Resources for Marginalized Communities