At the Sexual Violence Center, all of our services are accessible to everyone regardless of language spoken. We will work with interpreters to communicate with and support you. 

Information on the rape examination in Minnesota 

Regardless of citizenship or immigration status, anyone who is a victim of sexual assault or any other crime has the right to file a crime report in the State of Minnesota.


These agencies are here to support you in English and Spanish:

Casa de Esperanza is the National Latin@ Institute on Domestic Violence whose mission is to mobilize Latinas and Latin@ communities to end domestic violence. They provide advocacy and shelter, challenge community perceptions about domestic violence through education; and facilitate connections and resources. They also offer innovative products – books, films and manuals – for children, teens and organizations.

Para más información sobre estos temas, favor de escribirnos Linea de crisis de 24-horas: 651.772.1611.

The Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio (CLUES) Sexual Assault Program offers services including:  

Help to file for an Order for Protection and make a police report.

Accompaniment to incident-related medical appointments.

Support and education groups.

Legal assistance.

Orientation, support, education, and advocacy.

Community outreach.

Referrals to different programs, such as mental health, in order to obtain therapy, counseling, and other needed services.

Need support now? 

Call the 24-hour crisis line: 612-746-3537

Linea de crisis de 24-horas: 612-746-3537