MNCASA provides leadership and resources for sexual assault programs and allies to prevent sexual violence while promoting a comprehensive, socially just response for all victims/survivors.

Reporting on Sexual Violence: A guide for journalists written in white across boxes in shades of blue and green

Reporting on Sexual Violence

MNCASA's updated media manual is now available. We are eager to connect reporters and the media with statistics, sources, spokespeople and stories that can inform and improve reporting on sexual violence. You can download the updated media manual here.  

Safe Harbor Protocol Team Pilot Site Grant Application

Safe Harbor Protocol Team Pilot Site RFP

In partnership with the Minnesota Department of Health, SVJI@MNCSA has released a Request for Proposals for a Safe Harbor Protocol Team Pilot Site Grant. Proposals are due November 30, 2017 at 4:30 PM (CST). Questions and inquiries should be sent to Noelle Volin. A webinar with more information is available here.

About MNCASA's work to end sexual violence

The Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MNCASA) provides leadership and resources for sexual assault programs and allies to prevent sexual violence while promoting a comprehensive, socially just response for all victims/survivors.

Sexual violence takes many forms, including rape, date rape, sexual abuse, incest, pornography, prostitution, sexual harassment, bullying and other forms of assault that use sex as a weapon.

MNCASA connects members and allies to tools and training for rapid and effective response to sexual violence and victims in their communities. We provide facts and guidance to advocates and law makers who promote better public policy that will stop sexual violence. And we offer resources and education tools and training for prosecutors, law enforcement, SANE nurses, health care providers, and expert witnesses in how to ensure a victim-centered response to survivors of rape and other sexually violent crimes. Learn more about the work of MNCASA and SVJI.

Fact sheets

Resources for survivors and professionals

We provide resources for those who have been sexually assaulted, and those working with victims/survivors of sexual violence. Here are some popular resources that may interest you.

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