Order A Place to Start: A Resource Kit for Preventing Sexual Violence
Order this user-friendly, two volume set with resources you can use to prevent sexual violence in your community
Please print this page and mail the completed order form with check or money order to:
Minnesota Department of Health
Catalogue Orders - Atten: Doug Palmer
P.O. Box 64882
St. Paul, MN 55164-0882
Book 1 - Information and Strategies
Basic Information on:
- Risk and protective factors
- Minnesota laws
Book 2 - Tools
A wide variety of handouts, posters, sample policies, and other resources - many of which can be directly photocopied or ordered at low or not cost.
___________ Minnesota government/nonprofit $10.00.
___________ Minnesota for-profit or outside Minnesota $10.00.
(Cost includes shipping and handling)
"A Place To Start" (Stock #141-0894)
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The Minnesota Sexual Violence Prevention Program is funded through the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) RPE program. For more information about The Minnesota Sexual Violence Prevention Program contact Sexual Violence Prevention Program Staff.
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