Resources for Victims, Survivors, Family, and Friends
The information found on this page is dedicated to victims and survivors, famiy and friends, and anyone looking for information on issues surrounding intimate partner violence, sexual assault, stalking, or sexual harassment. We also invite you to contact Laura Schultz, Coordinator of The Violence Awareness & Response Program, via telephone at 507-389-5127, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by visiting the Women's Center in CSU 218.
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If you are a victim or survivor, you will find information on what your options are and where you can go for resources. You can visit the Women's Center to meet with the Coordinator of The Violence Awareness & Response Program, call at 507-389-5127, or email at email@example.com(+) Learn more about resources as a survivor (-) Minimize
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Intimate Partner Violence
If you are in a violent relationship and need help, this section will provide safety resources for victims and survivors.
Intimate Partner Violence Safety Plan
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Intimate Partner Violence
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Office of Justice Programs - If you or someone you know has been the victim of a violent crime in Minnesota the compensation program may be able to help. The Crime Victim Reparations Board provides financial help to victims and their families for losses incurred as a result of the crime.
Intimate Partner Violence
Feminist Majority Foundation - Provides, facts, news and resources on domestic violence.
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence - Working for major societal changes necessary to eliminate both personal and societal violence against all women and children.
National Domestic Violence Hotline - Providing a 24-hour hotline for those in crisis.
American Institute on Domestic Violence - Providing training on domestic violence for businesses.
Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women - A statewide membership program of local, regional, and statewide organizations advocating on behalf of battered women and their children.
Arizona Rape Prevention Education Project - University of Arizona-based site designed to share rape statistics and sexual assault statistics, evaluation, and research.
Online Resource Library - Resources for advocates working to end violence in the lives of women and their children.
Voices Not Victims - UC Davis Campus Violence Prevention Program.
Talk About Rape! - Discussion of sexual violence in English and Spanish by a survivor services program in Santa Rosa, CA.
911 Rape - Comprehensive services and information, provided by Santa Monica - UCLA Medical Center.
War-Line - War Against Rape, a site that focuses attention on people and places that they believe promote demeaning sexual practices or exhibit sexually violent or aggressive behavior. Includes resources for women working within the sex industry.
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Policy on Harassment - Provides the University's legal policy on harassment.
Minnesota State University, Mankato's Rights & Responsibilities of Students and Employees - Provides information on reporting harassment to the Office of Equal Opportunity & Title IX.
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Procedure for Reporting Harassment - Provides information on reporting harassment.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission - Provides information on sexual harassment on the federal level.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Facts - Provides facts from the federal government.
Stalking Awareness Month - A quiz, definitions, fact sheets, safety plans, information for law enforcement and prosecution, videos and other easily accessible information about the awareness month and stalking itself.
The Use of Technology to Stalk - Access to an online course, fact sheets and more are available for victim advocates and criminal justice professionals, as well as anyone else learn more about the wat that stalkers can and have used technology to stalk.
US Department of Justice - Information about Stalking - Provides information in order to educate the general public as well as offers researchers with a useful resource.
Minnesota Statuses - Information on the stalking laws in Minnesota.
Obtaining a Harassment Restraining Order - Information on what a HRO is and how to file for one.
Stalking Resource Center - As a program of the National Center for Victims of Crime, the Stalking Resource Center seeks to raise national awareness of stalking and to encourage the development and implementation of multidisciplinary responses to stalking in local communities across the country.
Breaking Free has become one of the nation’s leading organizations for working with victims and survivors of sex trafficking and prostitution. Though located in Minneapolis, their services can be accessed by folks beyond that location. Their website includes information and resources for victims and survivors of sex trafficking including housing options, pre-court diversion, the John School and more.
Men as Peacemakers - Check out this wonderful Minnesota-based organization's efforts to include men as a part of the solution to violence against women and girls.
A Call to Men - This national organization works to create a world where men and boys are loving and respectful and women and girls are valued and safe.
Men Can Stop Rape - This national organization works to mobilize men to use their strength for creating cultures free from violence, especially men's violence against women