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Campus Climate strives to provide up-to-date resources and we also understand that social justice is ever evolving. Please be in this work with us and reach out to if you find an outdated resource.

Sexual Assault Resources expanding section

Title IX
UWL is committed to preventing and responding to sexual misconduct in order to ensure a safe and equitable educational environment for all.

UWL Confidential Resources
In non-emergency situations, you are encouraged to consult first with the Violence Prevention Specialist in Student Life or another Confidential Resource. The Violence Prevention Specialist can provide confidential advice about the full range of available reporting and support options. Services are free, confidential, and available to all UWL students, faculty, and staff. 

National Sexual Assault Hotline  1.800.656.HOPE (4673) or LIVE CHAT

Cia Siab, Inc 608-615-7117
Cia Siab, Inc's mission is to provide culturally empowering advocacy to the Hmoob Community through holistic support services, with revitalization of the Hmoob language and culture as the foundation.

Gundersen Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Program (608)-775-5950 or 1(800)-362-9567, ext. 55950
The Gundersen Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Program provides free and confidential services. We will assist you in an assessment of your needs and options, safety planning, and coordination of community resource needs.

New Horizons 1-888-231-0066
New Horizons Shelter and Outreach Centers is the only shelter within a 65-mile radius of the City of La Crosse. It’s a shelter for individuals and families who have experienced domestic and sexual abuse, was organized in 1978 through the cooperative efforts of an informal group of citizens in the La Crosse area who recognized the need for services to victims of domestic abuse. The organization and mission has grown substantially since that time, now reaching out to victims of sexual abuse, human-trafficking, and more. New Horizons is on the front lines advocating for and helping victims with many issues that some people may think do not exist in our community.

Brighter Tomorrow  1-888-886-2327
Brighter Tomorrows seeks to embrace equality and diversity in empowering individuals to create a safer personal environment within Monroe County. Through education, collaboration, and encouragement of personal choice, Brighter Tomorrows strives to reduce domestic violence and sexual assault in the communities we serve and advocate for a non-violent society.

LGBTQ+ Resources expanding section

GLAAD Media Reference Guide

Substance Abuse in the LGBTQ+ Community: Causes, Challenges, and Resources

UWL Pride Center - Community Resources

the center: 7 Rivers LGBTQ Connection La Crosse/Winona 


Disability Resources expanding section

The National Center on Disability and Access to Education (Inclusive Classroom Accessibility)

UWL ACCESS Center - Student Resources

UWL ACCESS Center - Faculty & Staff Resources

Black, Disabled, and Proud: College Students with Disabilities

Showing up for racial justice: Disability Justice

The Body Is Not An Apology

Anti-Oppression Resource and Training Alliance

Sins Invalid

Beyond Disability Rights; Disability Justice: Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha 

Disability Rights in Black (National Disability Rights Network playlist)

Leroy F. Moore, Jr. – Black Disabled Art History 101 

We Move Together: Disability Justice and Trans Liberation

My Body Doesn't Oppress Me, Society Does

Careers & Degrees in Healthcare: A Guide for Students with Disabilities

Resources and Support for College Students with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, or Dyscalculia

Scholarships & Resources for Students with Visual Disabilities

Combating Racism expanding section

Dismantling Racism Works Web Workbook

UWL Equity Liasion Initiative 

UWL CATL Instructor's Guide to Inclusive Excellence

#BlackLivesMatter Nonprofits

Black Visions Collective

Reclaim the Block

North Star Health

The Bail Project, Inc.

Communities United Against Police Brutality

Know Your Rights Camp

Unicorn Riot

Campaign Zero

Atlanta Solidarity Fund

Fair Fight

Black Lives Matter

The Love and Land Foundation

NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund

American Civil Liberties Union

Color of Change


Brennan Center for Justice

Southern Poverty Law Center

Black-led LGBTQ Organizations:

LGBTQ Racial Justice Fund

Black AIDS Institute

LGBTQ Freedom Fund

House of GG

Trans Justice Funding Project

The Okra Project


Short Clips & Videos expanding section

TEDx Talks to Help Educate on Racism and Actions to eliminate it

Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man


Let's get to the root of racial injustice | Megan Ming Francis 

Spoken word with tap performance on racism in one person's life

Against Racism

Beyond Disability Rights; Disability Justice: Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha 

Disability Rights in Black (National Disability Rights Network playlist)

Leroy F. Moore, Jr. – Black Disabled Art History 101 

We Move Together: Disability Justice and Trans Liberation

My Body Doesn't Oppress Me, Society Does

Sizeism & Fatphobia expanding section

the body is not an apology

Resources for Fat People

A Queer and Trans Fat Activist Timeline | Charlotte Cooper 

Bodies are Resistance: Claiming the political act of being oneself | Sonya Renee Taylor

Fatphobia: 5 Facts and a Guide for Disbelievers

Obesity Timebomb (Timeline)


Addiction & Recovery expanding section

Coulee Recovery Center |

Driftless Recovery |
A list of local and national recovery & mental health resources.

Alcoholics Anonymous of La Crosse |

Recovery Local |
Recovery Local is an organization dedicated to furthering addiction awareness in order to promote easier access to recovery for those in need. 

Detox Local |
Detox Local is a nationwide directory of drug and alcohol detox centers.

SAMHSA Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator |
Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator, a confidential and anonymous source of information for persons seeking treatment facilities in the United States or U.S. Territories for substance use/addiction and/or mental health problem

In the Rooms |
In The Rooms is a free online recovery tool that offers 130 weekly online meetings for those recovering from addiction and related issues. We embrace multiple pathways to recovery, including all 12 Step, Non-12 Step, Wellness, and Mental Health modalities