Project Respect • Madison, WI • (608) 283-6435
Survivors' lives may be characterized by sexual assault, childhood sexual assault/abuse, domestic violence, homelessness, poverty and incarceration. Survivor needs may also include: medical care; victim advocacy; legal assistance; mental health care; transportation assistance; crisis response; life skills training; education; case management; peer support group; job skills, training, and placement; information about crime victims' rights and services; employment; counseling; dental care; substance abuse treatment.
Project RESPECT services include:
Project RESPECT serves adult and juvenile victims of: prostitution, sexual exploitation, and human trafficking. For information, please call (608) 283-6435.
Project RESPECT provides training to law enforcement, service providers, and community based organizations to improve systems response for victims.
Services are free to clients. Project Respect is supported by funding from the City of Madison, Dane County, the US Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime, the Wisconsin Department of Justice Office of Crime Victim Services, and United Way of Dane County.
RESPECT began as a city and county project and became a community-based project under ARC's leadership in 1986 in order to make the services more accessible to people involved in prostitution.