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Get Involved in Policy

There are many ways to get involved with MNCASA’s policy work to prevent and end violence in Minnesota. Policy occurs at the federal, state, and local levels, and each level has a different scope and methods for engagement.

Ways to Get Involved in Policy Work

Learn more about what policy work is and the different ways to get involved using our Policy 101 resource.

Contacting elected officials is one of the most important ways you can advocate for policy change. View our “Talking To Your Elected Officials for Beginners” resource and use the links below to find out who represents you.

  1. Minnesota: Who represents me?
  2. National: https://fiscalnote.com/find-your-legislator
  3. Meeting with Your Legislator for Beginners: https://www.mncasa.org/prevention/prevention-tools-resources/

Register to vote, find your polling place, view your sample ballot, and more:

Learn more about how to become a candidate in local or state elections.

Member-Hosted Event: 40-Hour Sexual Assault Volunteer Advocacy Training (PAVSA)

The opportunity to respond as a sexual assault volunteer advocate to the Duluth hospitals is here! Completing this 40-hour training and having reliable transportation is…

Member-Hosted Event: 40-Hour Advocacy Training (SOS Sexual Violence Services)

This training will be run as a hybrid training, including pre-recorded sessions to be completed individually and live training sessions. Pre-recorded content will include recorded…

Contact us for more information about policy trainings and support.

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