Places that Help: Minnesota
Updated: December 30, 2008
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Included in this list are programs that can offer help/referrals to victims of abuse throughout the state. (If you find inaccurate contact information, please let us know at WomensLawnnedv.org.)
Battered Women's Legal Advocacy Project, Inc.
Day One Minnesota Domestic Violence Crisis Line
Connecting victims to dozens of shelters statewide to widen access to services.
LawHelpMN is your one-stop online resource for legal referral and self-help information.
Mincava-Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse
School of Social Work, University of Minnesota
105 Peters Hall, 1404 Gortner Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55108
The mission of the Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse (Mincava) is to support research, education, and access to violence related resources.
Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women
60 East Plato Blvd.,
St. Paul, MN 55107
Voice: (651) 646-6177
The programs offer safe shelter, food, clothing, legal process help, assistance in restraining orders, support groups, information, advocacy with child protection, public housing and other systems victims deal with in their communities.
Minnesota Legal Services Coalition
Midtown Commons – Suite 101B
2324 University Avenue West
St. Paul, MN 55114
MLSC supports the regional programs that help low-income Minnesotans with a broad range of civil legal matters. Keep program advocates trained and informed about legal matters that impact the legal rights of low-income people in Minnesota.
Women's Rural Advocacy Programs
Women's Rural Advocacy Programs is a cooperative of Domestic Violence and Criminal Justice Intervention programs serving southwestern Minnesota.
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