We support advocates who provide direct services to victims/survivors of sexual violence through trainings, resources, sharing of information, and making connections. We partner with our member programs to improve advocacy services, promote trauma-informed care, and create a community of care for advocates.
MNCASA’s Advocacy Support Includes:
Providing assistance to 40-Hour Training Facilitators
Technical assistance and referrals to experts
If you or someone close to you has experienced violence or may be at risk for experiencing violence, you can find access our directory to find local advocacy support serving your area. You can find out which programs provide services in your area by entering your county name in the County/Sovereign Nations location.
Featured Tools & Resources
Adverse Childhood Experiences in Minnesota Executive Summary
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The Sexual Assault Advocate’s Guide to the Media, Communications, and Public Relations
Introduction We are all aware that communicating is central to our work and our lives. Providing and receiving information helps us make educated decisions and…
Sexual Assault Advocates’ Call
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