Central MN Sexual Assault Center

Our Celebration of Healing Event is This Sunday!

Update: Our Celebration of Healing event is coming up on Sunday (4/29) from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the Courtyard Marriott in downtown St. Cloud and our Facebook event attendance is now at 52! Let’s help increase these numbers by sharing this post or inviting all your survivor and ally friends to this event! FB event for the Celebration of Healing here:

By sharing you help allow an opportunity for a survivor or ally to honor their healing through fun self-care activities! #SAAM

COH Event Flyer 2018

“Embrace Your Voice” at Our Concerned Person’s Support Group!

The theme for #SAAM is “Embrace Your Voice.”📢 As secondary survivors, we may feel that our voice doesn’t matter. But tomorrow, we will discuss why our voices are so important to primary survivors, ourselves, and our community. We can’t wait to see you at 5pm tomorrow!

Our Concerned Person’s Support is for anyone who knows someone who was sexually assaulted and wants to learn more about how to support the survivor and heal themselves. Walk-in’s welcome.

NEW Concerned Person Support Group Flyer

It’s Volunteer Appreciation Week!

CMSAC staff would like to take a moment to honor and thank our very dedicated and hardworking volunteer sexual assault advocates for all that you do!

Thank you for your countless hours of service, your validating and supportive nature when working for survivors, and your dedication to this difficult yet rewarding work! Thank you! #NVW

April Declared Sexual Assault Awareness Month!

Governor Dayton has officially declared April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month! Check out the details of the proclamation below. #SAAM #Spreadtheword

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Healing Circle Group Tonight!

Don’t forget that the next session of our Healing Circle support group is tonight from 5-6:30p! We will be discussing self-sabotage, I AM poems, and doing a healing activity with mirrors.

Attend to learn more! Walk-in’s welcome!


#SAAM Event Option: VA Clothesline Project

The VA Clothesline Project is back again to honor survivors of Military Sexual Trauma (MST), sexual abuse, and sexual assault! The project includes three separate dates (April 24, 25, & 26) to attend and view the clothesline. In addition, a speaker on the Neurobiology of Trauma will present on April 25th at 5:00 pm. All events will be held in the Auditorium (Bldg. 8).  #SAAM #MSTisonetypeofSV

Don’t miss it! Additional details on the event and how to decorate a shirt for the clothesline are included in the flyer below….

VA Clothesline Project 2018

2nd Annual Celebration of Healing Event!

This event is free!

Come celebrate the healing power and strength of survivors and their allies by joining us for fun coping skill/self-care activities on Sunday, April 29th from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the Courtyard Marriott hotel in downtown St. Cloud! An energy healer will even be present! Stay tuned for more details as they come and please help spread the word to the survivors and allies in your life! #SAAM

Celebration of Healing Event Photo



#StopTraffickingTuesdays a Way to Get Involved!

Looking for a way to get involved in working against sexual violence?

Attend the next #StopTraffickingTuesdays event at Shear Dynamics Salon in Waite Park on April 3rd from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm! A minimum of 15% of the sales will be going directly towards services provided at The Central MN Sexual Assault Center! Shear Dynamics will also be providing FREE Ultimate conditioning treatments with any hair💇‍♂️💇‍♀️ service as well as donating 20% of all product sales to CMSAC!

#StopTraffickingTuesdays Shear Flyer

The Mask of Rape Culture Project

Don’t forget to mark your calendars for “The Mask of Rape Culture Project” on April 3rd from 12:30 pm to 5:30 pm on the campus of St. Cloud State University! From 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm look for masked individuals around campus. And from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm, please join us in the Cascade room at Atwood for a discussion on rape culture, healing, the realities, and helping a friend. This project’s primary focus is to demonstrate how rape culture harms survivors by masking their humanity.

Mask Project Color

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