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 October 5, 2015. For more information on how you can get involved , contact Renae at 320-251-4357 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Healing Circle (Women's) Support Group @15 Riverside Drive NE St. Cloud, MN 56304June 13th, 2019
Join us tonight from 5-6:30 pm for the Women's support group. This group is for women aged 18+ whom are survivors of any type of sexual violence. We meet every 2nd Thursday of the month. Walk-in's welcome.
Dancing with Our StarsJune 17th, 2019
Ticket sales have closed for this event. See you tonight from 5pm to 8:30 pm!
- 24-Hour Crisis Phone Line
- One-to-One Support Counseling
- Referrals to Supportive Services
- Hospital Advocacy
- Court Advocacy
- Law Enforcement Advocacy
- Harassment Restraining Orders
- Orders for Protection
- Safety Planning
- Professional & Community Training
- "Safe at Home" Program
- Support Groups
- Human Trafficking Services
- Support for those Involved in the Sex Industry
Interpretation Services Available
LGBTQ+ Welcoming and Culturally Sensitive
TTY & Accessible
CMSAC Staff are available to meet at a variety of locations for supportive services.
Serving Benton, Sherburne, Stearns, and Wright counties.
Donate to the Central Minnesota Sexual Assault Center
Direct donations ensure all of your donation goes directly to helping CMSAC provide much needed services to survivors of sexual violence.
*To make a direct donation please call 320-251-4357 and ask how you can contribute.*
Think you would benefit from our free and confidential services available at CMSAC?
Simply call (320) 251-4357 and ask to speak with one of our sexual assault advocates. Walk-in’s for services, including support groups, are welcome.
*CMSAC provides free and confidential services to all survivors/victims and concerned persons of sexual violence. If you wish, you may obtain our services anonymously. It is your choice on how much and what identifiable information you feel comfortable providing.*