SOS Sexual Violence Services

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Service alert - COVID-19

SOS continues to be available 24/7 by phone at 651-266-1000. All face-to-face services have been replaced by phone services and precautions will be taken to ensure client safety. SOS trainings will be offered online and support groups are canceled.

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Free and confidential services for victims of sexual violence, their partners, families, friends and other concerned persons.

I have been assaulted or raped

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness/Prevention Month. In past years, there would be community events to bring awareness to this topic but due to the pandemic, this year we recognize Sexual Assault Awareness/Prevention Month in a different way. The following articles share educational information for communities and individuals on how to prevent and understand sexual violence. 

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