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Central MN Sexual Assault Center

There is Still Time to Become a Volunteer Sexual Assault Advocate!

Training begins tonight at 5pm! If you are still interested in becoming a volunteer sexual assault advocate and updating your resume, there is still time! Simply fill out an application here: https://cmsac.org/volunteer-application/ and bring with you to the St. Cloud Rotary Community Outpost at 5pm!

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Newborn Donations Needed!

We have a few families receiving services at the center who are having babies and are in need! Looking for diapers size 0-2, wipes, newborn clothes (0-6) and toys.

If you are interested in donating/purchasing these items for the newborns, please call (320) 251-4357 or drop off items at 15 Riverside Drive NE St. Cloud, MN 56304.

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Healing Circle Support Group Canceled for September 13th Date!

Our Healing Circle (Women’s) Support Group has been canceled for this Thursday, September 13th. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We hope you will join us on Thursday, October 11th from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm for the next group!

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We Still Have Project Needs Open for United Way’s Day of Caring!

United Way is sponsoring Day of Caring on Thursday, September 20th, a day of volunteering at local agencies by filling any “needs” they may have. The last day to register for Day of Caring projects is tomorrow Friday, September 7th!! CMSAC has two “needs” left: painting a healing space (1 spot left) and shining up the outside of our center (3 spots left)!

Visit https://unitedwayhelps.org/volunteer/ to sign up!

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Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Training Coming to St. Cloud!

Are you or are you someone that knows a nurse interested in expanding their resume and building more skills? Is this person also interested in helping survivors of trauma?

Sign up for the St. Cloud SANE training in October, details below….

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CMSAC’s Fall 2018 Volunteer Advocate Training Begins September 24th!

Looking for a volunteer opportunity? Looking to be a voice for survivors of sexual violence? Look no further, CMSAC’s volunteer sexual assault advocacy training begins September 24th, 2018!

Update!: Our Fall 2018 Volunteer Sexual Assault Advocate Training now has just two Saturdays to attend versus three!

Sign up today by filling out our volunteer application here: https://cmsac.org/volunteer-application/

Fall 2018 Advocate Trng Flyer

New MST Survivor Resource!

The Military Family Assistance Centers of Minnesota is available to ALL branches of the military and their family members, regardless of status. All services are confidential and include information and referrals on crisis intervention, financial counseling, DEERS/ID card locations,TriCare, legal information and more. The MN Military Family Assistance Center is open 8:00am to 4:30 pm with after hour support available. For more information, visit our Support Services for MST Survivors and Allies page or call:

Savannah Polzin
FAC Specialist at Camp Ripley Training Center
15000 Hwy 115
Little Falls, MN 56345
(320) 616-3119

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Healing Circle Group CANCELED for 7/12!

Our Healing Circle (Women’s) Support Group is canceled for this evening. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Please join us for the next session of this group on Thursday, August 9th at 5:00 pm!!

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What are Healthy Boundaries?

Healthy Boundaries…

  1. Help us feel comfortable and safe.
  2. Involve using “I feel…” and “I will…” statements.
  3. If a boundary is not listened to, the consequences initially stated in your “I will…” statement are followed through on.
  4. Involve flexible and firm boundaries.
  5. Help protect information that you do not want others to know about.

Although practicing healthy boundaries can be a protective factor against sexual violence, please know that if you are sexually assaulted, it is never your fault. Sexual violence is always the responsibility of the perpetrator.

For more information on healthy boundaries, click: Intact Boundaries- Healthy vs. Unhealthy

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