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WCASA is a membership agency comprised of organizations and individuals working to end sexual violence in Wisconsin. Among these are the 50 sexual assault service provider (SASP) agencies throughout the state that offer support, advocacy and information to victims of sexual assault and their families. WCASA works to ensure that every victim in Wisconsin gets the support and care they need. WCASA also works to create the social change necessary to ensure a future where no child, woman or man is ever sexually violated again.
As the state coalition WCASA is committed to anti-trafficking work by providing library resources, technical assistance and training, engaging in policy advocacy and helping to build capacity to serve victims of trafficking. WCASA is a member of the Wisconsin Anti-Human Trafficking Consortium. WCASA is also a member of the Freedom Network USA, a national coalition dedicated to advocating for rights of trafficking survivors.
The Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault creates the social change necessary to end sexual violence.