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AICHO- American Indian Community Housing Org.

www.aicho.org
Duluth, MN.
(218) 722-7225
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American Indians Against Abuse Inc.

www.wcadv.org
Hayward, WI.
(715) 634-9980
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Bois Forte Human Services Sexual Assault Program

www.boisforte.com
Nett Lake, MN.
(218) 757-0111
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Dabinoo'igan

Duluth, MN.
(218) 722-2247
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Dakota Women’s Society

Minneapolis, MN.
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Daughters of the Earth

116 - 12th St. So. Moorhead, MN 56560
(218) 233-3505

Services provided: Our board listens to the ideas, thoughts, and hopes of the American Indian women in the community and looks for the connections that will serve the needs. We also provide training that will educate women on culture, domestic violence, social issues and cultural preservation. We offer a newsletter for the Native community on issues of interest Who we serve: Native American women and families Location/Area that we provide services to: Fargo-Moorhead area

Domestic Abuse Intervention Program

www.theduluthmodel.org
202 East Superior St. Duluth, MN 55802
(218) 722-2781
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Advocacy services and systems advocacy
Location/Area that we provide services to:
Duluth

DOVE- Down On Violence Everyday White Earth Reservation Tribal Agency

www.whiteearth.com
PO Box 70, Naytahwaush, MN.
(218) 935-5554 Crisis Line 1-877-830-DOVE (3683)
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Crisis intervention for DV & SA, safe housing, legal, personal, and medical advocacy, assistance with orders for protection & harassment orders, assistance in applying for reparations, transportation to appointments as related to the crime (medical, legal, systems), empowerment sessions, and community education Who we serve:
Victims of domestic violence and sexual assault (Native American women and non-Native) Location/Area that we provide services to:
White Earth Reservation and within a 20 mile radius (Mahnomen County, parts of Becker and Clearwater counties)

Equay Wiigamig

Red Lake, MN.
218-679-3443 Crisis Line (800) 943-8997
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Hennepin County Medical Center

Minneapolis, MN
(612) 873-3367
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Indigenous Peoples Task Force

Website: www.indigenouspeoplestf.org
3019 Minnehaha Ave So. – Suite 150, Minneapolis, MN 55406
Phone Number: (612) 870-1723 Toll Free # 1-877-319-8246 Services provided:
Indigenous Peoples Task Force (IPTF) is a Native American provider of HIV education and direct services to the Native community in Minnesota. For over 20 years, IPTF has developed and implemented culturally appropriate programs to prevent further transmission of HIV, increase access to traditional and western medical services, and improve the quality of life for clients, families and communities Who we serve:
American Indian Location/Area that we provide service to:
Minneapolis/St. Paul area / State Wide

Indigenous Woman's Life Net

www.maicnet.org
Minneapolis, MN
(612) 879-1713
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MCBW- Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women

www.mcbw.org
St. Paul, MN.
(651) 646-6177 or (800) 289-6177
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Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota Community

Mendota, MN.
(651) 452-4141
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Mending the Sacred Hoop Technical Assistance

www.mshoop.org
Duluth, MN.
(1) 888-305-1650 or 218-623-HOOP

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Local, state and nation training on domestic and sexual violence issues from organizing, advocacy, program development to working with children who witness domestic violence. We also provide a local sexual assault support and educational group for women.

Who we serve:
Native communities and those who work with Native people
Location/Area that we provide services to: Duluth and surrounding areas through our local projects, all of Minnesota with the Sacred Hoop Coalition, and "Grants to Indian Tribal Governments" recipients with our Technical Assistance Project. We also contract with tribes and organizations to provide training and technical assistance.

Mille Lacs Band Tribal College

www.millelacsojibwe.org
Onamia, MN.
(320) 495-3702
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Mille Lacs Band Women's Project

Onamia, MN.
(320) 495-3517 Crisis Line (866) 867-4006
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Min-No-Aya-Win Human Services

www.fdlrez.com/humanservices
927 Trettel Lane Cloquet, MN. 55720
(218) 878-3782 / (218) 878-3783 / (218) 878-3784
After hours Crisis Line: (218) 348-1817 Pager: (218) 725-9298

Services provided: Reporting crime to law enforcement, obtaining Orders for Protection, seeking and obtaining available community resources, reparations, court advocacy, and support groups

Who we serve: Victims of domestic abuse, sexual assault, child abuse, and general crime Location/Area that we provide services to: Fond du Lac, Duluth, and Carlton and St. Louis Counties

MIWRC- Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center

Healing Journey, Oshkinigiikwe and Sexual Assault Program
www.miwrc.org
2300 15th Ave. South, Minneapolis, MN. 55404
(612) 728-2000

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*Healing Journey provides quality of life harm reduction programming for women with multiple traumas.

*Oskinigiikwe provides similar services for younger women (ages 14 – 19), and sexual assault advocacy provides support groups, OFPs and Safety Plans, emergency housing, and advocacy with medical, legal and housing needs

Who we serve:
American Indian women and their families Location/Area that we provide services to:
Anyone who needs them

MNALL- Minnesota Against Abuse in Later Life

www.mnall.org
St. Paul, MN. Crisis Help (1) 800-333-2433

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Northwoods Coalition for Family Safety

Nokomagiisis Program
nwfamilysafety.org
1819 Bemidji Avenue Suite #10 Bemidji, MN 56601
218-444-0735 Crisis Line- (1) 800-588-6229

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OFP/HRO, Court accompaniment, Therapy and Safety Planning, General advocacy for victims of violent crimes of abuse
Who we serve:
Tribal elders 50 and older and children ages 5-18 years old Location/Area that we provide services to:
Bemidji and Cass Lake area and all surrounding reservations

Okiciyapi Sexual Assault Program- Pathways

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103 W. Nichols, Montevideo, MN. 56265
(888) 564-4894

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Location/Area that we provide services to: Upper and Lower Sioux Communities, Yellow Medicine, Chippewa, adn Lac qui Parle Counties

Our Sister’s Keeper

Durango, CO.
(970) 247-7888

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Range Women’s Advocates

www.rwadvocates.org
Chisholm, MN.
(218) 749-5054 / (218) 254-3377 / (1) 800-343-5054

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SARA (Formerly known as GWSAS, Inc. Goodhue Wabasha Sexual Assault Services)

www.gwsas.com
480 8th Street Red Wing, MN 55066
(651) 388-9360 extensions 13 and 15 and
611 Broadway Avenue Box 220 Wabasha, MN 55981
(651) 565-0189 Support line: (1) 800 519-6690
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24-hour, toll-free support line; advocates available to meet with clients as well as attend medical exams, law enforcement interviews, court hearings and other appointments; support groups; assistance filing restraining orders and reparations claims; referrals to other service providers; resource materials (books, journal articles, DVDs); and training and education for students, professionals, and community groups.
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SARA provides services free of charge to female and male victims of sexual violence and those who care about them.

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SARA serves primarily Goodhue and Wabasha County residents but will not turn anyone away

Sexual Assault Services

Brainerd, MN.
(218) 828-0494

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Sexual Assault Program of Beltrami, Cass & Hubbard Co.

www.sapbchc.org
PO Box 1472 Bemidji, MN. 56601
(218) 444-9524 Crisis Line (1) 800-708-2727

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Support and Advocacy services to primary and secondary victims of all forms of sexual violence
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Victim/survivors of sexual violence and their families: Women, Men, Children

Sexual Violence Center

www.sexualviolencecenter.org
3757 Fremont Ave N. Minneapolis, MN 55412 and 500 N Pine St. Suite 203 Chaska, MN 55318
(612) 871-5100 Crisis Line (612) 871-5111

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1 on 1 crisis counseling, support groups, hospital and legal advocacy, and crisis line support to all people affected by sexual violence Who we serve:
Anyone 12 and older Location/Area that we provide services to:
Hennepin, Carver and Scott Counties

TLPI- Tribal Law & Policy Institute

www.tribal-minstitute.org
St. Paul, MN.
(651) 644-1125

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WON- Women of Nations

www.women-of-nations.org
St. Paul, MN.
(651) 222-5830 Crisis Line (651) 222-5836 or (877) 209-1266

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Women of Nations provides safe housing for women and children. We offer direct services for those seeking refuge from violence, including advocacy for our residents young and old, based on their particular circumstances. With the exception of safe housing, for those in the 7-county metro area the CAP provides the same services as our shelter. Women can also reach CAP by calling our 24-hour crisis line. CAP also complements the shelter by providing advocacy services to women and children after their stay here. We offer support groups, one-on-ones, home visits, and legal advocacy.

CAP staff does high-content, informational presentations for public, private and charter schools; churches; community centers; and businesses. Thousands have attended our sessions—on topics such as child abuse prevention, child sexual abuse, dating violence, sexual harassment, safety planning, and family violence.

Who we serve:
Women and children escaping domestic violence Location/Area that we provide services to:
Greater Metro Area

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