Women's Center


Confidential campus resources for victim/survivors

The resources listed below are all able to protect your confidentiality by listening and offering assistance and options without having to report to university officials or police. If you are uncertain about what whether you want to report, contact any one of these resources.

Campus reporting resources (not confidential)

Other university employees are able and willing to assist you or another person who has been victimized, however, they are required to report disclosures of sexual violence, domestic violence, and stalking to university officials and cannot keep your information confidential.

If you have questions, concerns, and/or would like to consult about on-campus or off-campus reporting options, please contact an advocate at the Women’s Center at 320.308.4958. The Women’s Center is a confidential resource where disclosures are never shared or reported without the explicit consent of the victims/survivor.

Parents and families are not informed unless you tell them or sign a release, unless there is a significant threat to your health or safety.

The resources below are not confidential.

Campus sexual violence-related resources

Off-campus reporting

If you have questions, concerns, and/or would like to consult about reporting options and/or who to report to, please contact an advocate at the Women’s Center at 320.308.4958. Crimes can be reported to the city police department or county sheriff’s office in which the crime occurred.

Community gender violence resources

Central MN Sexual Assault Center (CMSAC) | 320.251.4357

24/7 crisis line, sexual assault advocates offer free ongoing support counseling, support groups, assist with harassment (HRO) and protective (OFP) orders, accompany victims to court, safety planning, hospital advocacy and accompaniment, and more.

Anna Marie’s Alliance Domestic Violence Shelter and Services | 320.253.6900

Women’s shelter located in St. Cloud. Domestic violence advocates can assist with protective orders (OFP), accompany victims to court, safety planning, support groups, prevention/education programs, and more.

Day One | 1.866.223.1111

MN statewide crisis line for safe housing and services connection for survivors of sexual and domestic violence, stalking, harassment, trafficking, and other crime victims.

Standpoint | 612.343-9842

Statewide free legal resource and advice for criminal, civil, and immigration issues related to sexual and domestic violence, trafficking, harassment, and stalking.

Other resources

Basic Needs Resources (for St. Cloud State students)

Campus lactation space locations

Central MN Legal Services | 320.253.0121

Legal aid for low-income folks related to HRO/OFPs, custody, housing, and disability issues

Planned Parenthood | 320.252.9504

Birth control, HIV services, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing, abortion referrals, STD/STI testing, treatment, and vaccines

St. Cloud Hospital Emergency Trauma Center | 320.255.5656

Conduct sexual assault physical exams and evidence collection, treatment for any physical injuries, offer emergency contraception, STI and HIV prevention medication, or treatment during a mental health crisis. A sexual assault advocate from CMSAC will be called to respond and provide advocacy.

Rural Aids Action Network (RAAN) | 320.257.3036

Free HIV & Hepatitis C testing, medical case management for people who are HIV positive, food voucher program, medical transportation assistance, support groups, syringe exchange

More local resources

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