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Below you'll find a list of resources that relate to the work and services we provide.  Sections are split into local resources (North Shore), State, National, Legal (Minnesota), and resources for those who perpetrate harm.  

This list is in no way meant to be comprehensive. If you would like to talk about more resources or have questions, please call us on our free and confidential hotline, or send us an email. 

Forest Road


Personalized Safety Plan

A safety plan is a personalized, practical plan for where to go, what to do, and who to call when someone is threatening your safety. When we’re in crisis, our brains often have trouble processing information, so planning ahead can help you know what to do in an emergency.

North Shore, MN 

Grand Portage Human Services

Call and ask to speak to a trained domestic and sexual violence advocate.

(218) 475-2453

Cook County Public Health and Human Services

Variety of support services available. Call, walk in, or visit on the web.

(218) 387-3620

North Shore Horizons

Advocacy and 24 hour hotline in Two Harbors, MN.

(218) 834-5924

First Witness Child Advocacy Center

Advocacy and forensic interviews in Duluth, MN

(218) 727-8353

PAVSA (Program for Aid to Victims of Sexual Assault)

Regional Trafficking Navigator in Duluth, MN

Office: (218) 726-1442

24Hour Crisis Line:
(218) 726-1931

Mending The Sacred Hoop

Works from a social change perspective to end violence against Native people while restoring safety, sovereignty, and sacredness of Native relatives.

(888) 305-1650

Housing Resources

Home Line

Minnesota tenant advocacy organization


Housing Justice Center

A nonprofit public interest advocacy and legal organization whose primary mission is to preserve and expand affordable housing for low-income individuals and families.



Housing search and support


Day One

Day One can help you find shelters in Minnesota



Shelter and 24 hour crisis line in Duluth, MN

(218) 728-6481 

State Resources


Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault

(651) 209-9993

Violence Free Minnesota

Working to end relationship abuse.

(651) 646-6177


Outfront Minnesota

LGBTQ2IA+ Resources

National Resources

National Network to End Domestic Violence



Rape, Abuse & Incest Network

Love is Respect

Teen dating and violence prevention.

(866) 331-9474

Text: loveis to 22522


National Indigenous Women's Resource Center

(406) 477-3896


Missing Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls


Amaze takes the "awkward" out of sex education.

Polaris Project


Legal Services

Standpoint Minnesota

Legal advocacy for survivors of violence.

(800) 313-2666

Minnesota Court Forms

Links to for common forms

Legal Aid Service of Northeastern Minnesota

Free legal consultation

(218) 623-8100

Minnesota Elder Justice Center

improving the lives of older and vulnerable adults


Minnesota Immigration Law Center

The Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota (ILCM) is a nonprofit agency that provides immigration legal assistance to low-income immigrants and refugees in Minnesota.


For Those Who Perpetrate Abuse

Pathways to Family Peace

Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs

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