CMSAC provides open support groups designed for persons who have experienced sexual assault and sexual abuse and for others who are concerned about them. It is our intent that participants will find hope in their own personal healing journey. The groups are open to new members, but please (a) complete and submit the intake form below, and (b) call to speak with the group facilitator before attending a group meeting. Groups will convene during the months September-May.

All groups will be held at the Central MN Sexual Assault Center; located at 15 Riverside Drive NE – Saint Cloud, MN 56304

General Support Group Intake form – please return via email, mail, or fax.

E-mail: cmsac@cmsac.org
Address: 15 Riverside Drive NE, Saint Cloud, MN 56304

Phone:  320-251-4357
Fax: 320-251-4670

The following groups are available on a revolving basis (dependent upon current demand):

CONCERNED PERSON SUPPORT GROUP 

This group is open to males and females and is for any person who is concerned about someone impacted by sexual violence or abuse.

Group sessions will begin meeting on April 21st and continue to meet on the 3rd Thursday of each month from 5:00 pm-6:30 pm.  The topics for this group will vary.

*Next Concerned Person’s Support Group Scheduled for May 19, 2016 from 5pm to 6:30pm.* Please call to confirm group meeting time and location for each session.

EMPOWER ME – EMPOWER WE

*CMSAC’s Empower Me-Empower We group has been discontinued until further notice*

WOMEN’S SUPPORT GROUP

This group is open to females 18 years of age and older who have experienced any form of sexual assault/violence.

Group sessions will be the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month from  3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

*2015-2016 Women’s Support Group sessions begin October 22, 2015*

Please call to confirm group meeting time and location for each session.

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WOMEN OF WORTH GROUP

This group is for women who are, or have been, involved in the sex industry  – including, but not limited to: escorting, erotic massage, prostitution, pornography, exotic dancing, and stripping. This psycho-educational group will focus on healthy relationships, self-esteem, understanding abuse, addictive relationships, shame, media and cultural messaging, exploitation, healthy coping skills, and recovery.  The group is co-facilitated by the Human Trafficking Services Coordinator and a survivor of the industry.

Before attending a group session, please call to schedule an intake consultation with the group facilitator.