2016 Hospital Case Numbers:

 

  • Buffalo-13
  • Princeton-6
  • Monticello-9
  • Other-0
  • Cloud-128 and of those 79 were SANE responses. 62% (Reason’s for no SANE response: under age 11 cases, over 120 hours from assault, or refusal of the exam.)

 

January 2017 to March 2017 Hospital Case Numbers:

  • Buffalo-5
  • Princeton-2
  • Monticello-2
  • Other-1
  • Cloud-27 and of those 17 were SANE responses. 63% (Reason’s for no SANE response: under age 11 cases, over 120 hours from assault, or refusal of the exam.)

 

STD Meds Offered and Given (STD’s or HIV/both) via SANE Exams:

  • Offered in 2016: 79
  • Given in 2016: 61 (77% of the time) (Reasons for not given is typically declination of the medications)
  • Offered in 2017: 17
  • Given in 2017: 16 (94% of the time) (Reasons for not given is typically declination of the medications)

In just the last six months (i.e. October 2016 to March 2017), CMSAC has provided 14,671 services to 475 clients. Of the 475 individuals that received services from our center during the last six months, 265 new individuals received services from CMSAC for the first time.

Within the last year ( FY 2016), CMSAC served 73 new individuals who have been trafficked or sexually exploited.

 

CMSAC Statistics in 2015:

In 2015, CMSAC responded to 458 new cases of sexual assault. A total of 125 of these new cases received services at local hospitals.  The breakdown of these services are as follows:

St. Cloud Hospital :108

Buffalo Hospital: 8

CentraCare Health – Monticello: 5

Fairview-Northland Hospital – (Princeton): 3

St. Michael’s Hospital – Sauk Centre: 1

During 2015, CMSAC provided services 3,647 times to victims of sexual assault.  These services were provided through: contact on the 24-hour crisis phone line; advocacy at hospitals, law enforcement agencies, and court hearings; support counseling; support groups; and case management.