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COVID-19 Response

 

We recognize that during this stressful time in life that violence can increase for those in unsafe situations. The VPC is still available  24 hours a day to support all who have been subjected to or effected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or human trafficking.

We are asking clients:
We are supporting clients through in-person meetings at our office on a very limited and case-by-case basis. Please do not come into the office without first calling and scheduling a time. We strive to first assist you over the phone or videoconference in order to keep you and staff healthy and safe.

 

The VPC confidential phone lines will continue to be answered 24/7 by either staff or one of the VPC's trained on-call advocates. 

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- Safety Alert -

cOMPUTER AND iNTERNET use cAN BE mONITORED AND IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO  COMPLETELY CLEAR WEBSITE VISITS.

If you are in danger, call 911 or our crisis line at (218) 387-1237 

           for more info on internet safety                

The mission of the Violence Prevention Center is to serve individuals and families in Cook County affected by domestic and sexual violence and to act as a catalyst in building healthy relationships and developing a community where violence is not tolerated.

Violence Prevention Center

Cascade Building, 21 W. 2nd St., Grand Marais, MN 55604.

PO Box 134, Grand Marais, MN 55604

PHONE: (218) 387-1262   OR   (218) 387-1237.

FAX: 218-387-2193

EMAIL: hope4u@boreal.org.

www.violencepreventioncenter.org