Our Network Partners are independent nonprofit service providers helping Minnesotans like you across our state. Explore our directory to learn more about them, then contact Day One.

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180 Degrees provides youth shelters, supportive services, and some adult programs.
360 Communities provides three pillars of services: violence prevention and intervention which includes two domestic and sexual violence shelters, community advocacy, and more; school success programs which includes their partner for success and childcare aware programs; and their community resource programs which include housing support services, food shelves, resources centers and a holiday program.
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The Advocacy Center of Winona’s trained advocates respond to the immediate and on-going needs of victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking 24 hours a day. They provide emergency shelter, assistance filing restraining orders, support groups, and legal support. The Advocacy Center of Winona is here to provide you all the resources you need… Continue Reading Advocacy Center of Winona
Advocates for Family Peace provides a variety of free and confidential services including advocacy services for domestic violence victims/survivors, an intervention program for men, an intervention program for women, advocacy for abused children, emergency housing, court accompaniment, legal/criminal justice advocacy, and information and referrals.
Established in 1977, Alexandra House is now one of the largest domestic and sexual violence organizations in Minnesota; and the only domestic and sexual violence program in Anoka County. While they are located in the cities of Blaine and Anoka, Alexandra House works with victims of domestic and sexual violence throughout the metro area and… Continue Reading Alexandra House, Inc.

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