Frequently Asked Questions

What is the United for Waukesha Resiliency Center and who does it serve?

We are a one-stop center where survivors can access service navigation assistance and community connection. We serve anybody who was present at or affected by the Waukesha Christmas Parade on 11/21/21, including injured community members, parade marchers, family members of victims, EMS responders and other emergency medical staff, and business owners. We can assist those in these groups even if they are not currently local to Waukesha.

I wasn’t physically injured at the parade. How can UWRC help me?

UWRC can help with mental health copays and potential other services for those who were witnesses at the parade or family members of victims. We can provide education, resources, community, and connection with trained professionals. If you have been affected by the parade and are unsure whether you might qualify, please feel free to reach out to a Service Navigator to discuss how we might be able to help you.

How do I contact UWRC?

How do I meet with a Service Navigator?

Call 262-522-0243 or email [email protected] to request an appointment. We can meet over the phone, on video chat, in person at our office, or in the community.

What is the difference between UWRC’s services and the state’s Crime Victim Compensation fund?

UWRC offers financial assistance with mental health services with our partner organizations in addition to other education and programming. The state’s Crime Victim Compensation fund can provide up to $40,000 of financial assistance for medical copays, mental health copays, lost wages, funeral expenses, and some other conditions, depending on the circumstance.

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