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Reach is dedicated to healing lives of those affected by trauma and transforming communities by providing advocacy, education, treatment and support.


Reach began as the Rape Crisis Center of Winnebago County in the mid-1970s. The organization's mission is to focus on prevention, response, and healing of trauma.

The Hummingbird

While the hummingbird is one of the smallest birds, it represents courage, strength and resilience in times of adversity. No matter how small a patient feels after trauma, they an find strength through Reach's counseling, advocacy and education services.


Support Groups

Survivors of sexual abuse/assault need a safe place to share their unique and painful experiences. Survivor support groups offer a confidential, understanding and safe environment where these issues can be disclosed and respected by those who share similar experiences.

Women's Survivor Support Group OSHKOSH: For adult women survivors of sexual abuse and assault. Group meets every Monday from 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm at the Oshkosh Reach Office, 414 Doctors Court (lower level of the Aurora Clinic). Group Facilitator: Marianne.

Women's Survivor Support Group NEENAH: For adult women survivors of sexual abuse and assault. Group meets every Wednesday from 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm at the Neenah Reach Office, 1509 S. Commercial Street. Group Facilitator: Marianne.

Native American Women's Talking Circle: Every Wednesday from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm at the Appleton Public Library, 225 N Oneida Street, Appleton. Talking Circle is open to all women survivors of domestic and sexual violence and incorporates Native traditions. Group Facilitator: Sayokla.

Latina Women's Group: Open to all Latina women survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence. Groups are held in Spanish at St. Mary's Church, 733 Madison Avenue, Omro. Call (920) 722-8150 for more information on dates and times, ask for the group facilitator. Group Facilitator: MaryCarmen.


Additional Advocacy Services

Latino Outreach - The Hispanic/Latino population is the fastest growing group in the Fox Valley region. Many adults immigrating to this area speak little or no English initially. This can create a gap in communication and understanding of legal and judicial processes. Our Latina Outreach advocate provides education, advocacy and translation services to Latina victims of sexual and domestic violence and their families in Outagamie, Winnebago and Calumet Counties.

Latina Advocate

Mary Carmen Fabian



Indigenous Connections - The rate of sexual violence to Native Americans is three times higher than any other population living in this country. Yet, they remain hidden from the general population and often avoid mainstream services. Indigenous Connections offers outreach, advocacy and support to Native American victims of sexual and domestic violence and their families. Tribal collaborations, and educational services are included.  These services are offered throughout the Fox Valley Region.

Native American Advocate

Sayokla Williams



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The information supplied by this website is not to be considered legal or medical advice. The website is strictly for informational purposes only.

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Campus Victim Advocate

Stephanie Kitzerow

Phone: (920) 424-3127
Office: Dempsey Hall 148C

Monday - Friday

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline

(920) 722-8150

24 Hour Domestic Abuse Hotline

(920) 235-5998

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