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UW-PLATTEVILLE SAFE ZONE TRAINING 

University Counseling Services hosts a Safe Zone Training once every semester. Individual groups or departments may request separate trainings throughout the semester.

The purpose of this training is to identify university/community members who will model support, acceptance, and inclusion of LGBT individuals.  Participants will gain knowledge of LGBT issues through an introduction to:  common definitions; problematic and offensive terminology; and the qualities of a supportive ally.  Interactive exercises and open dialogue will be used to provide participants with the information necessary to determine if they are able to identify themselves as “safe space” individuals who will provide support, information, and confidentiality to LGBT individuals.

Objectives include: 

  1. Increase support of LGBT individuals on campus.
  2. Increase understanding of civility and respectful interactions.
  3. Increase the number of identified Safe Zones on campus.

The Safe Zone program makes it possible to easily identify individuals who are empathetic and informed of LGBTQ issues and who are willing and able to provide support, information, and confidentiality.  UW-Platteville enlists the help of faculty, staff and students to identify themselves and their space as “Safe Zones” so that anyone who needs to can feel free to be themselves and talk about or identify personal issues of concern.

The training module can be completed in 2 hours.

To schedule training, please contact Deirdre Dalsing at UW-Platteville Counseling Services, 220 Royce Hall, 342.1865 or at dalsingd@uwplatt.edu.

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Counseling: Contact Information

Contact Information

220 Royce Hall
1 University Plaza
Platteville, WI 53818
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Information: 608-342-1865
dalsingd@uwplatt.edu

Appointments 608-342-1891
Summer Hours 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m
June 9-June 12
June 16-July 2
July 14-August 1

After Hours Crisis
Unified Community Services 800-362-5717

Call 911 in case of Emergency
(9-911 if using campus telephone)

Campus Police 608-342-1584

Suicide Crisis Line 800-784-2433

TREVOR (LGBT) Helpline 866-488-7386

Family/Partner Abuse Helpline
608-348-3838 or 1-800-924-2624

Vet Center Combat Call Center
877-WAR-VETS

Please be advised that e-mail is not considered a secure form of communication; therefore confidentiality cannot be guaranteed if you forward information of an urgent nature. UCS staff only monitor and respond to e-mail during regular office hours.

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