Community Resources

Rape Crisis Center is proud to support and collaborate with community partners to serve the diverse needs of our clients.

The following agencies and organizations provide a variety of services to victims and survivors of sexual and domestic/interpersonal violence throughout Madison and Dane County.

DAIS – Domestic Abuse Intervention Services – 24-Hour Help Line at 608-251-4445

If you or a loved one feels abused, threatened, scared or unsafe in an intimate partner relationship, DAIS can help you. 

 

Deaf Unity –   E-mail: [email protected]  |  Text: 608-466-2881

Deaf Unity works with all Deaf individuals who experience domestic violence, sexual assault, and other crimes. By providing support and resources to Deaf survivors, we are ensuring their safety and well-being. 

Focused Interruption – 608-213-4283

FIC uses a holistic approach to reduce generational trauma by providing evidence-based intervention and prevention services to the people, neighborhoods, and families most impacted by gun violence.

Freedom Inc. –  608.416.5337

Freedom, Inc. has advocates who help victims and survivors of domestic violence, intimate partner violence, and/or sexual assault get the help they need. These services are confidential and free. Who we help: Low- to no-income Black and Southeast Asian women, girls, and LGBTQ+ people in the Madison area.

Project Respect – 608-283-6435

Project RESPECT addresses domestic sex trafficking and local prostitution, offering services for survivors of sexual exploitation and human trafficking. 

Rainbow Project – 608-255-7356

The Rainbow Project provides restorative healing and hope for young children (aged 10 and under) and their families who have experienced trauma, helping them build a foundation for the mastery of life-sustaining skills.

Safe Harbor – 608-661-9787

Safe Harbor reduces trauma and promotes healing for children and adults with intellectual disabilities who are victims of or witnesses to crime.

UNIDOS – 1-800-510-9195

UNIDOS exists to empower the community to break the cycle of domestic violence, end sexual assault and promote healthy family systems.