WCASA’s Public Policy Agenda Released

February 15, 2019 — WCASA is proud to release its public policy agenda for the 2019-2020 legislative session in Wisconsin. This document lays out WCASA’s positions on key sexual violence issues. To sign up for action alerts, please contact us at wcasa@wcasa.org.

Join us for Legislative Advocacy Day on March 19th

Organized by WCASA and End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin, Legislative Advocacy Day is an opportunity for those who care about ending sexual and domestic violence to speak to their state lawmakers. In the morning, participants will learn more about current public policy issues that affect survivors and their families and strategize on how to talk effectively with their legislators. In the afternoon, participants will head to the Capitol to educate legislators about victim services and policy priorities for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.

Event and registration information is available here.

Make sure to register by March 12 to ensure that we can meet everyone’s needs for the information session! After March 12, please contact colleenc@endabusewi.org or chaset@endabusewi.org at End Domestic Abuse WI if you were not able to register and still plan to join in.


  • 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM: Registration – Madison Concourse Hotel, Madison Ballroom
  • 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM: Legislator Presentations – Madison Concourse Hotel, Madison Ballroom
  • 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM: Legislative Briefing – Madison Concourse Hotel, Madison Ballroom
  • Starting at 11:00 AM: Legislative Visits – State Capitol

Please Note: You will have to schedule appointments with your legislators beforehand. You can find your legislators using the Senate Directory and Assembly Directory. You may also view a Map of Wisconsin Legislative Districts for more information.