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For Victims of Domestic Violence:

Tubman
For local shelters, legal advocacy, support groups and 24-hour Crisis Line:
651-770-0777

www.tubmanfamily alliance.org


Women’s Advocates:

24-Hour Crisis Line
1-866-223-1111

National Domestic Violence Hotline:
1-800-799-SAFE
1-800-787-3224 (TDD)

www.ndvh.org




 

Abuse Services
Abuse Intervention & Recovery Services

 

Some of the Minnesota Guidelines for court-ordered domestic abuse treatment:

  • 24 sessions or 36 hours of group treatment is standard, unless probation officers recommend otherwise, or group treatment is deemed to be inappropriate.
  • Every program must conduct an individual intake (assessment) session.
  • Programs must collaborate with victims and court services to hold offenders accountable for their behavior.
  • Marriage, couple or family counseling is not appropriate until an abuser completes court-ordered treatment, or until all violence, intimidation, and coercion end and the victim feels safe to participate.


Contact:
The Domestic Abuse Intake Coordinator at 651-777-5222.

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