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Safe at Home is only one part of an overall safety plan. Combined with other strategies, the Safe at Home program can help you establish a violence-free life.

Disclaimer: The resources listed on this page are for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal or mental health advice. Links to these pages are provided only for the convenience of Minnesota residents. The Office of the Secretary of State does not, by linking with any website, guarantee the accuracy or appropriateness of the content of any website. Viewers must make their own analysis of the content. Professionals should be consulted for all legal advice, or for mental health or threat assessments.


Day One Domestic Violence Crises Line
www.dayoneservices.org
General Phone: 1-866-223-1111
Call 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 Women
www.mcbw.org
General Phone: 651-646-6177
This statewide nonprofit provides general information about domestic violence issues, as well as referrals to local programs.


MN Coalition Against Sexual Assault
www.mncasa.org
General Phone: 651-209-9993
This statewide nonprofit organization provides general information about sexual assault issues, as well as referrals to local programs.


Battered Women's Legal Advocacy Project
www.bwlap.org
General Phone: 612-343-9842
This statewide nonprofit organization provides legal consultation, technical assistance, and referrals.


Battered Women's Justice Project
www.bwjp.org
General Phone: 612-824-8768
This statewide organization provides information and resources for legal interventions addressing domestic violence.


Council on Crime and Justice
www.crimeandjustice.org
Crime Victims Hotline: 612-340-5400
This statewide organization provides general advocacy and programs that address crime, including victims rights and restorative justice programs.


Minnesota Office of Justice Programs
http://dps.mn.gov/divisions/ojp/pages/default.aspx
General Phone: 1-800-247-0390 ext. 3
This government agency provides advocacy and resources for victims of crime, and works to protect victims' rights.


Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition
www.miwsac.org
General Phone: 651-646-4800
This statewide organization provides resources and programs for Indian women.


Civil Society
www.civilsocietyhelps.org/test/html
General Phone: 651-291-0713
This statewide nonprofit oprganization provides culturally and language specific programs for immigrants.


Outfront Minnesota
www.outfront.org
General Phone: 612-822-0127 x7656
This statewide organization provides advocacy and resources for LGBT Minnesotans.


U.S. Attorney's Office: District of Minnesota
www.justice.gov/usao/mn/index.html
General Phone: 612-664-5600
This government office provides legal prosecution and defense, and assists communities with public safety programs.


FBI: Minneapolis Office
http://www.fbi.gov/minneapolis/
General Phone: 612-376-3200
This government office provides resources for victim assistance.


Minnesota Department of Corrections: Victims Assistance Program
www.doc.state.mn.us/crimevictim/default.htm
General Phone: 1-800-657-3830
This government office provides supportive and informative advocacy for victims and others affected by crime.


VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday)
www.vinelink.com
General Phone: 1-877-664-8463
If 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.us
General Phone: 651-296-3353
This government office offers resources for legal rights and public protection in Minnesota.


MN Choice
www.minnesotachoice.com
General Phone: 1-800-657-3830
This 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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last updated: 3/19/2012 8:07:44 AM