Want to make a difference in your community? Want to learn more about sexual violence? Then become a Volunteer Sexual Assault Advocate! CMSAC will be offering it’s next 40 hour training starting on March 16. For more information on how you can get involved , contact Renae at 320-251-4357 or email@example.com.
Please check out the ‘Projects, Fundraising, Donations’ page for more detailed information about this project! CMSAC would like to offer an opportunity for survivors to partake in creative expression as part of their journey to heal from sexual violence. Journey to Heal is requesting creative pieces made by survivors to display at a sexual violence awareness event at St. Cloud State University. Survivor stories bring a creative component to the awareness of sexual violence issues and helps to break the silence in which sexual violence thrives.
Check out the Teen Life Flyer for information about a new discussion group Central Minnesota Sexual Assault Center is offering for adolescent females ages 12-17! You can find additional information under the ‘Support Groups’ page.
Our fall 40-hour volunteer advocate training will begin on Monday, October 6. Get your applications in now and be a part of the movement to end sexual violence! Please contact Renae at firstname.lastname@example.org or 320-251-4357 to get training dates and set up a pre-interview before October 6!
Please join us to raise awareness about sexual assault and domestic violence at Central MN Take Back the Night on Thursday, September 25, 2014 at Eastman Park/Lake George, 425 Lake Blvd. St. Cloud, MN. The event starts with displays, music, and informational tables at 5:30 pm, speakers start at 6:30 pm and the march through downtown St. Cloud starts at 8:00 pm.
Interested in helping survivors of sexual violence and their family and friends? Want experience providing crisis intervention and working with professionals at hospitals and law enforcement agencies? Then becoming a volunteer sexual assault advocate is the right opportunity for you! Minnesota requires volunteers to complete 40 hours of training before providing advocacy to victims over the phone or in-person at medical, law enforcement, and legal settings. CMSAC will be hosting its Fall 2014, 40-hour volunteer sexual assault advocate training starting Monday, October 6. Check out the “Volunteer” section of our website or call CMSAC at 320-251-4357 for more information!
Join Central MN Sexual Assault Center for a Meat Raffle at the Middy Bar in St. Joseph, 21 West Minnesota Street, from 3:30 pm-5:30 pm every Saturday. Have fun and contribute to a great cause!
Want to make a difference in your community? CMSAC offers a variety of volunteer opportunities, including fundraising, awareness events, and public speaking. One of our biggest opportunities is becoming a Volunteer Sexual Assault Advocate and working on our crisis hotline. Minnesota requires that advocates go through 40 hours of training. CMSAC will be offering it’s next 40 hour training starting this March. For more information on how you can get involved in the fight to end sexual violence, contact Renae at 320-251-4357 or email@example.com.
Join Central MN Sexual Assault Center every Saturday at the Middy in St. Joseph at 3:30 pm for a meat raffle featuring meat and gift certificates from the St. Joseph Meat Market. All proceeds go to provide services to victims of sexual assault. For more information check-out our Fundraising Events page on our website, http://www.cmsac.org.
On Monday, December 2nd at 6:00pm, join the Women’s Center/Gender Violence Prevention Program and the Central Minnesota Sexual Assault Center to view and discuss a powerful new documentary.
It Was Rape. A film by Jennifer Baumgardner
The program will take place in the Miller Center Auditorium, Room 122. The film is 60 minutes. An hour long facilitated discussion will follow the screening. Sexual Assault Advocates will be available at the event to provide emotional support to survivors of sexual assault/abuse as well as anyone seeking one-on-one support. This event is free and open to the University as well as the greater St. Cloud community. Classes are encouraged to attend.
If you have any questions about this opportunity please contact Lucille Guinta-Bates, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 320-308-3995.