24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 800-974-3359

Professional Training Opportunities

Someplace Safe offers a variety of professional training opportunities to fit the needs of local professionals, businesses, and partners.

Trained staff and community partners are available to provide needed training to you and/or your staff on a variety of topics to help meet your needs.

Training topics include but are not limited to*:

  • Recognizing and working with victims/survivors of Crime

  • Identifying and Working with victims/survivors of Domestic Violence
    Certified Staff and Volunteers can help educate professionals
  • Identifying and Working with victims/survivors of Sexual Violence

  • Identifying and Working with victims/survivors of Stalking

  • Identifying and Working with victims/survivors of Sexual Exploitation

  • Identifying and Working with victims/survivors of Human Trafficking (Sex and/or Labor)

  • Safety and De-escalation

  • Protocol/Response Development

  • Sex Trafficking Prevention & Response Training for the Minnesota Lodging Industry

Experienced staff work with communities and local systems professionals to help develop consistent and effective multi-disciplinary responses, utilizing victim-centered approaches to help ensure opportunities for increased prosecution and offender accountability.

    • Safe Harbor/Sexual Exploitation/Human Trafficking
    • Domestic Violence
    • Sexual Violence
    • Stalking

Someplace Safe asks that all training requests be made at least two weeks prior to the training date. Fees may apply.

If you would like to request a professional training from Someplace Safe, please complete the Request Form below.

Professional Training Request Form

*Specialized training may be available to help accommodate your business or organizational training needs. Costs may vary depending on your individual needs.

For more specific information or questions, contact us at trainingeducation@someplacesafe.info. Please allow time for a staff person to respond.

Upcoming Events


April 17

Douglas Advocacy 12th Annual Spring Fundraiser - Virtual

(stay tuned for COVID-19 related updates)


May 22

Bowling & Chili Fundraiser, Ortonville

Alley Cat Bowling, Ortonville

Event Calendar

March is Women’s History Month.

Monday 03/01/2021Each year we take this opportunity to reflect on how women have shaped history. It is also a time to recognize the accomplishments of women, as well as the challenges they faced, and to draw strength and inspiration from the remarkable women who came before us.

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

Monday 02/01/2021Unhealthy, abusive, or violent relationships can have severe short-term and long-term consequences on developing teens.

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