Aurora Healing & Advocacy Services offers crisis intervention and long-term healing services for survivors of rape, incest, sexual abuse, sexual assault and pregnant women experiencing domestic abuse. If you’re currently in crisis* or want to learn more about the resources available to you through Aurora Healing & Advocacy Services, call the Aurora Healing Center Hotline at (414) 219-5555.
*If this is an emergency dial 911 immediately.
When you call the Aurora Healing Center Hotline at (414) 219-5555 - or visit an Aurora Healing Center - you’ll be connected with our team of trained healing caregivers. They’ll provide support and help with a variety of different aspects of your healing journey, including:
Your caregiver will be with you every step of the way, offering support and understanding – from the moment you contact us throughout the entire healing process.
Aurora Healing & Advocacy Services provides support to men, women, children, pregnant women and new mothers throughout Metro Milwaukee and beyond.
Our specially trained caregivers – including nurses, advocates, volunteers and counselors - are available 24/7 to offer crisis intervention, support, and to help you figure out the next step in your healing journey.
Our caregivers offer:
Aurora Healing & Advocacy Services are available at Aurora Healing Centers throughout the Milwaukee area. Please note that while caregivers are available 24/7 via our hotline, not all Healing Centers are open 24/7. Call the Healing Center nearest you for more information about hours and available services.
Aurora Healing Center at Aurora Sinai Medical Center
945 N 12th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Aurora Healing Center at Sojourner Family Peace Center
619 W Walnut Street
Milwaukee, WI 53212
Aurora Healing Center at Aurora West Allis Medical Center
8901 W. Lincoln Avenue
West Allis, WI 53227
These hospitals have onsite forensic nurse examiners to assist you during an emergency. They can provide forensic evaluations, connect you with counseling services, and help you report a crime to the police if you so choose (note that crimes committed against children must be reported to the police).