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2018 Q2 and Q3 (PDF)

2017 Year in Review/2018 Q1 (PDF)


Health Resources & Services Administration Grant

The Hennepin Assault Response Team has received federal grant funding to provide didactic and clinical SANE training at no cost to the students. If you are interested in training and have never taken a SANE training course, please visit the International Association of Forensic Nurse’s website to familiarize yourself with the process of becoming SANE trained.

Didactic training is offered in a self-paced, online class. Students must commit to completing the class(es) in 90 days. A 2-day Clinical skills training course is offered to all RNs who have completed didactic SANE training; please inquire to learn when the next training will be held. In addition, scholarship funds are also available for experienced SANEs who wish to take the SANE-A or SANE-P Certification exam.

If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please email the Project Coordinator, Stephanie Dutenhafer at [email protected] or call 612-873-5832 and select option 2.

Child Abuse Summit: Tips from the Team

HART is proud to partner with Otto Bremer Trust Center for Safe and Healthy Children on their annual Child Abuse Summit: Tips from the Team. This event is designed to provide medical and other professionals from all disciplines with the knowledge, tools, and skills needed to properly identify and respond to all types of child and family maltreatment including physical abuse, sexual abuse, and/or neglect.

Find more information and register for this year’s event.


HART is hiring. Find our current job openings. Search the term “forensic” to narrow down the results.

For Victims/ Survivors

Information on ways to deal with your assault

For Support Persons

Information on how to help a friend or family member

For Providers

Helpful resources to support victim/survivors


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