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Resources

The Office of the Dean of Students, in collaboration with the Title IX Coordinator, is responsible for prevention efforts and response to incidents of interpersonal violence involving students. It is important that the entire campus community know about the resources found on campus and in the broader community.

Advocacy Services 
CAP Services - Stevens Point (on and off campus)
137 Delzell Hall - On campus, 715-340-7882
Call or text during business hours
kpetrick@capmail.org
 
CAP Services Family Crisis Center
1616 West River Drive, Stevens Point - Off campus
24-Hour Services: 715-343-7125 or 800-472-3377
crisis@capmail.org 
Confidential reporting resource; sexual assault and domestic/dating violence advocacy services for our students.

PDC - Marshfield (on and off campus)
On campus, Admin Building 112
505 East Depot St., Marshfield, WI
715-421-1509 or 844-210-8899 (Toll Free)
Confidential reporting resource; sexual assault and domestic/dating violence advocacy services.

The Women's Community - Wausau 
(on and off campus)
On campus in The Solution Center (162) 
3200 Hilltop Ave., Wausau, WI
715-842-7323 (24 Hr) 715-581-1643 (text)
Jessica@womenscommunity.org
Confidential reporting resource; sexual assault and domestic/dating violence advocacy services.

Center for Prevention​ (on campus)
601 Division (Residential Living building) Stevens Point, 715-346-2789
Confidential reporting resource; must submit statistical information only (professional staff); leads interpersonal violence prevention work at UW-Stevens Point.

Counseling Services
Counseling Center - Stevens Point (on campus)
3rd floor, Delzell Hall, 715-346-3553
Confidential reporting resource; licensed mental health professionals offering free counseling to all enrolled students.

Counseling  - Marshfield (on campus)
Stop by the Solution Center or call 715-389-6530
Confidential reporting resource; licensed mental health professionals offering counseling to all enrolled students.

Counseling - Wausau (on campus)
Stop by the Solution Center or call 715-261-6235
Confidential reporting resource; licensed mental health professionals offering counseling to all enrolled students.     

Deaf Unity (off campus)
help@deafunitywi.org, Text: 608-466-2881
Confidential reporting resource; advocacy services provided by staff who are deaf and use American Sign Language.

Gender and Sexuality Resource Center
206 Dreyfus University Center, Stevens Point, 715-346-3829
Confidential reporting resource; must submit statistical information only (professional staff); Support and resources for questions surrounding gender, sexuality, and identity.

Hmong Family Strengthening (off campus)
888-345-5898 (bilingual Hmong/English)
Confidential reporting resource; culturally specific advocacy and support services

Local Law Enforcement
Marshfield Police Department (off campus)
110 W. 1st Street, Marshfield, 715-387-4394

Stevens Point Police Department (off campus)
1515 Strongs Avenue, 715-346-1500

Wausau Police Department (off campus)
515 Grand Avenue, 715-261-7800

University Police - Stevens Point (on campus)
George Stein Hall, 715-346-3456

Reporting
Dean of Students/Title IX - Submit a Report
Law Enforcement - Contact an agency listed above (the Office of the Dean of Students can help students with this process)

Saint Michael's Hospital ER (off campus)
900 Illinois Ave, Stevens Point, 715-346-5100
Confidential reporting resource; Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner services to address injuries, collect evidence, offer medications to prevent STIs and emergency contraception.

Student Health Service - Stevens Point (on campus)
1st floor, Delzell Hall, 715-346-4646
Confidential reporting resource; must submit statistical information only; treatment of injuries, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing, STI testing and treatment; SHS does not complete forensic medical exams.

Title IX Coordinator (on campus)
Terri Frank, Interim Title IX Coordinator
133 Old Main, tfrank@uwsp.edu, 715-346-3915
Coordinate all aspects of Title IX for the University to include tracking all cases, meeting with complainants and respondents, Responsible Employee training, and working with the Deputy Title IX Coordinator on prevention efforts.

Deputy Title IX Coordinator/Dean of Students (on campus)
Troy Seppelt, 212 Old Main, Stevens Point, 715-346-2611
Coordinate prevention and response to reports of gender-based violence involving students that may inhibit access to education. Investigate reports made to the University.