- Our Work
- Access to Services
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- Economic Justice
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- Outreach to Underserved Communities
- Public Policy
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- Teen Dating Violence
- Wisconsin Batterers Treatment Providers Association
Get Involved With Your Local CCR Team
Without a Coordinated Community Response, victims of domestic violence are often not connected with the services and assistance that they need. It is the work of CCR's that has the potential to ensure a focus on improving safety for battered women and their children, while holding abusers accountable for their actions, and work toward the social change that will end domestic violence. Check the CCR directory to find the contact for the multidisciplinary team in your county.
Take the Initiative!
- Pursue the development of a CCR in your community
- Take leadership and set an example in your agency, church or civic groups to become educated about domestic violence and the needs of victims in your area
- Let your elected officials know that domestic violence is worth their time and attention and you expect them to work collaboratively to address it in your community
- Help to plan events that provide domestic violence education for community systems such as schools, health care and criminal justice
Keys to Maintaining Thriving Teams:
- Continually work on building effective working relationships among current and new team members
- Continue to track and monitor the systems and other changes that have been instituted
Regularly evaluate the effectiveness of the team as it exists:
Do members of the team have a shared understanding of the mission? To what degree have efforts increased communication among stakeholders?
Continually broaden the focus of the team:
If a team has begun with the criminal justice system, broaden to the civil legal system, family courts, health care, victim services, outreach, community education, prevention, etc.
For ideas on how to take these initiatives, contact WCADV’s Community Response and Prevention Coordinator: Email
This joint publication of WCADV and WCASA is a collection of resources for establishing and/or maintaining a CCR Team. Materials include information on both Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.
Stay tuned - CCR expansion toolkit is coming soon!
Wisconsin CCR Map
View by county/tribe of all Wisconsin domestic violence and sexual assault coordinated community response teams, coalitions, commissions, alliances, task forces or intervention projects.
CCR Overview Handouts - Domestic Violence
These handouts outline the concept of multidisciplinary collaboration and provide a foundation for understanding the needs, goals and implementation of CCR community work.
Homicide Prevention Project
Wisconsin CCR, SART, I-Team Directory
Listing by county/tribe of all Wisconsin domestic violence and sexual assault coordinated community response teams, coalitions, commissions, alliances, task forces or intervention projects.
CCR Team Development Information
Wisconsin Human Trafficking Protocol and Resource Manual