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Day One Domestic Violence Crises Linewww.dayoneservices.orgGeneral Phone: 1-866-223-1111Call this number if you need to find safe housing. This is a statewide crises line connecting domestic violence victims to shelters, safe housing, and other services.
MN Coalition for Battered Womenwww.mcbw.orgGeneral Phone: 651-646-6177This statewide nonprofit provides general information about domestic violence issues, as well as referrals to local programs.
MN Coalition Against Sexual Assaultwww.mncasa.orgGeneral Phone: 651-209-9993This statewide nonprofit organization provides general information about sexual assault issues, as well as referrals to local programs.
Battered Women's Legal Advocacy Projectwww.bwlap.orgGeneral Phone: 612-343-9842This statewide nonprofit organization provides legal consultation, technical assistance, and referrals.
Battered Women's Justice Projectwww.bwjp.orgGeneral Phone: 612-824-8768This statewide organization provides information and resources for legal interventions addressing domestic violence.
Minnesota Office of Justice Programshttp://dps.mn.gov/divisions/ojp/pages/default.aspxGeneral Phone: 1-800-247-0390 ext. 3This government agency provides advocacy and resources for victims of crime, and works to protect victims' rights.
Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalitionwww.miwsac.orgGeneral Phone: 651-646-4800This statewide organization provides resources and programs for Indian women.
Civil Societywww.civilsocietyhelps.org/test/htmlGeneral Phone: 651-291-0713This statewide nonprofit oprganization provides culturally and language specific programs for immigrants.
Outfront Minnesotawww.outfront.orgGeneral Phone: 612-822-0127 x7656This statewide organization provides advocacy and resources for LGBT Minnesotans.
U.S. Attorney's Office: District of Minnesotawww.justice.gov/usao/mn/index.htmlGeneral Phone: 612-664-5600This government office provides legal prosecution and defense, and assists communities with public safety programs.
FBI: Minneapolis Officehttp://www.fbi.gov/minneapolis/General Phone: 763-569-8000This government office provides resources for victim assistance.
Minnesota Department of Corrections: Victims Assistance Programhttp://www.doc.state.mn.us/pages/index.php/victimsGeneral Phone: 1-800-657-3830This government office provides supportive and informative advocacy for victims and others affected by crime.
VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday) www.vinelink.comGeneral Phone: 1-877-664-8463If your offender is incarcerated, this service offers notification of the incarceration status of the offender. (notification is telephone or internet-based)
Office of the Minnesota Attorney General www.ag.state.mn.usGeneral Phone: 651-296-3353This government office offers resources for legal rights and public protection in Minnesota.
MN Choicewww.minnesotachoice.comGeneral Phone: 1-800-657-3830This service offers victim notification and information to those affected by a crime that results in an offender being sentenced and managed by the Minnesota Department of Corrections.
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