Healing & Counseling
Getting support from professionals and from people who have had similar experiences are two common ways that victims/survivors heal after a sexual assault. The Rape Crisis Center offers free individual counseling for survivors (ages 12 and up) and their support networks. We also facilitate or help facilitate a variety of free support groups.
Our trained counselors can meet with you individually to help you process and heal from the emotions and complications that sometimes follow a sexual assault. We can meet with you at any of the following locations:
- RCC Main Office: 2801 Coho Street, Suite 301 (Madison)
- UW Campus Office: 333 East Campus Mall, Room 7901 (Madison)
- Edgewood Campus Office: 1000 Edgewood College Dr, Room Dominican 122 (Madison). Use Lakeside Entrance.
- Madison College Campus Office: 1701 Wright St, Room C1434 (Madison)
- For youth ages 12-18: Any school in Dane County OR RCC Main Office
To schedule: Call our helpline (608-251-7273) between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Support Groups & Workshops
For the most up-to-date information about available, planned, or upcoming programming for survivors and support people, please call our helpline (608-251-7273) during business hours.
Topical workshops are being planned for fall 2018. If you are interested in being contacted about these or similar opportunities please call the helpline (608-251-7273) during business hours.
Men Moving Forward Support Group
RCC proudly co-sponsors this facilitated support group for male survivors. Men Moving Forward meets twice a month in Madison to work as a group on issues of physical, emotional, or sexual violence.
WHO: Self-identified male survivors (all orientations and identities welcome)
WHEN & WHERE: Contact [email protected] for more information on access.