Together We Will End Sexual Violence
MNCASA is a membership organization that acts as a collective voice of organizations and individuals committed to ending sexual violence. Members include dual domestic violence and sexual assault programs, rape crisis centers, college and university campuses, law enforcement agencies, offender treatment programs, as well as allied organizations and concerned individuals.
We connect members and increase capacity of programs through networking opportunities, technical assistance, and other resources. MNCASA couldn’t exist without our members – members make us stronger and help shape the resources and services we offer.
Whether you are a direct service provider, allied organization, or someone who wants to work with others to support victims/survivors and prevent sexual violence, we invite you to join the coalition!
Our membership consists of three levels:
- Partner Program 1: $150.00 (Budgets under $60,000)
- Partner Program 2: $250.00 (Budgets $60,001 – $100,000)
- Partner Program 3: $350.00 (Budgets $100,001 – $500,000)
- Partner Program 4: $450.00 (Budgets $500,001 – $1,000,000)
- Partner Program 5: $550.00 (Budgets over $1,000,000)
- Ally: $200.00
- Individual: $75.00 (Fixed Income/Student/Senior Discount Available)
If you are interested in joining MNCASA or renewing your membership, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MNCASA offers member-specific trainings to programs providing services to victims/survivors. Trainings focus on emerging issues, new research, and foundational information. Trainings include webinars, the Annual Symposium, Legal Advocacy, and the 40-Hour Advocate Training.
MNCASA holds regional meetings throughout the year providing a platform for members across the state to exchange ideas, resources, and support. These meetings are also an opportunity for MNCASA to hear your ideas, respond to questions, and explore new strategies.
Members can access technical assistance from our team of experts on policy, training, evaluation, and other emerging issues in the field.
We also provide fact sheets and resources to keep our members informed of policy initiatives, emerging trends, current local, state and national funding initiatives, employment opportunities, training opportunities, surveys, studies, and statistics.
As funding allows, MNCASA strives to offer additional opportunities to our members including travel scholarships, training reimbursements, and free access to curriculums.
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