Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women

Provide a voice for battered women and member programs; challenge systems and institutions so they respond more effectively to the needs of battered women and their children; promote social change; and support, educate, and connect member programs.

MN Coalition Against Sexual Assault

MNCASA provides leadership and resources for sexual assault programs and allies to prevent sexual violence while promoting a comprehensive, socially just response for all victims/survivors.

STANDPOINT

Standpoint exists to serve domestic and sexual violence survivors, advocates, attorneys, and other professionals working within the justice system in the state of Minnesota.

Office of Justice Programs

(OJP) provides leadership and resources to reduce crime, improve the functioning of the criminal justice system and assist crime victims. To accomplish this, OJP administers grants; provides training and technical assistance; provides research and data; works to protect crime victims’ rights; and provides reparations benefits to victims of violent crime.

Day One  Services

No matter where you are in Minnesota, you can call the Minnesota Day One® Domestic Abuse, Sexual Assault and Human Trafficking Crisis Line and you will be connected with the nearest safe place.

Minnesota Alliance on Crime

The Minnesota Alliance on Crime connects systems, service providers, and victims to advance the response for victims of all crime.

The National Domestic Violence Hotline

Our highly-trained advocates are available 24/7/365 to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship. 

NCADV

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) is the voice of victims and survivors. We are the catalyst for changing society to have zero tolerance for domestic violence. We do this by affecting public policy, increasing understanding of the impact of domestic violence, and providing programs and education that drive that change.

Battered Women Justice Program

BWJP is the national resource center on civil and criminal justice responses to intimate partner violence (IPV).

Vine

America’s number one victim notification network. VINE has been providing victims and concerned citizens with the power of information for decades, allowing these individuals to have the sense of security that they deserve. 

Addiction and Domestic Violence

Drugrehab.com is a free online resource that provides information about addiction and mental health issues. They recently published an educational guide about Domestic Violence and addiction.

GIVE TO THE MAX DAY!

According to the National Domestic Violence Hotline, 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men
have been victims of domestic violence. All victims deserve support and advocacy.
YOU can join us in helping victims of domestic violence throughout Minnesota.

WoMen’s Rural Advocacy Program (WRAP), serves all those affected by domestic violence in Lincoln, Lyon, Redwood, and Yellow Medicine Counties. It is time that our communities join together to help people that have been victimized. It is happening everywhere and there are resources available. Anyone may be a victim of abuse at some point in their life. Battering cuts across all economic levels, educational backgrounds, ethnicities, and who is married, separated, living with or involved in a relationship with a male or female partner. Victims can be any age; they can be doctors, homemakers, students, secretaries, factory workers, or anyone else. Please join us on Thursday, November 14, 2019 for Give to the Max Day and help WRAP secure safe, affordable, and adequate housing while promoting empowerment and self-sufficiency trough advocacy and community collaboration to end the cycle of violence.
Your tax-deductible gift will mean so much as we help victims and their children:

  • $25 : A gas card can be provided to victims and children, as they flee domestic violence. They often need help with transportation expenses to get to a safe place or meet with a WRAP advocate.
  • $50 : A gift card to a local store, for basic needs, is provided to victims and their children. When people flee domestic violence they often leave everything behind. WRAP provides items such as diapers and wipes, toothpaste, laundry soap, clothing, etc.
  • $100 : Safe shelter and food for 1 night can be provided. As people are fleeing, they often need a safe place to stay until they can work with a WRAP advocate.
  • $200 : Help a victim and their children, by supplying a deposit for utilities, as they restart their lives in a new home.
  • $450 : Provide a victim and their children four nights of safe housing, in a hotel as they flee from violence. All food and personal care items are provided for the family during this time.
  • $650 : One month’s worth of rent for the WRAP safe house, which is located throughout the Lincoln, Lyon, Redwood, and Yellow Medicine Counties. A victim and their children are able to stay up to 29 days at a secured house, as they work on progressing forward.

Our goal is to raise $1,000 this year and you can help us reach it. You can donate TODAY and it will count towards Give to the Max!

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