Additional Resources

WoMen's Rural Advocacy Programs (WRAP)
If you are experiencing violence in your life, WRAP advocates are available 24 hours a day. All services are confidential and free for all genders.
"Your safety is our priority"

WRAP- Yellow Medicine County
Minnesota West Community and Technical College Campus
1593 11th Ave, Room 260

Granite Falls, MN 56241
Crisis Line: 320-564-2422
Toll Free Crisis Line: 1-800-639-2350






Safe at Home

Safe at Home helps survivors of stalking, sexual assault, domestic violence, and others who fear for their safety go about their daily lives without the risk of their abusers discovering their actual address.

How can Safe at Home Help?

  • Assists you to keep your home and work address confidential
  • Assigns you a post office box address where you can have your mail sent. This substitute address becomes your residential address. Others are required by law to accept and use this address
  • Forwards your mail to you without charge
  • Receives legal documents for you on your behalf
  • Assists you in confidential voting
  • Allows you to use the Safe at Home address on your Driver's License

Who is Eligible?

To apply, you must:

  • be a survivor of stalking, sexual assault, or domestic violence, or someone who fears for their safety;
  • reside in Minnesota; and
  • be at least 18 years old, or the parent/legal guardian acting on behalf of a minor or incapacitated person.


Toll-free: 1-866-723-3035
Minnesota Relay Service: 711





Safe Avenues

"Our Mission is to provide advocacy, parenting time services, and emergency shelter for victims of domestic and sexual violence."

Advocates serve men, women, and children in immediate crisis and in the aftermath.

The Safe Avenues' Shelter and Safe Hotel Programs provide emergency residential shelter services to those who are in immediate danger of violence - Secure and Confidential.

Toll Free Crisis Line
Answered 24 hours a day
(800) 792-4210




Minnesota Indigenous Women's Society

Providing Advocacy for Native Victims of sexual and domestic assualt

Minnesota Indigenous Women's Society provides:

Individual Support, Legal Advocacy, Criminal Justice Support, Safety Planning, Crisis Intervention, Emergency Services, Medical Advocacy, and Support Groups.

Also Provided:
Help filling out Victim Compensation Forms
Help filing Orders of Protection
Help filing Harassment Restraining Orders
Collection of Native books and resources regarding Crimes in Indian Country

All services are Free and Confidential

Serving Redwood, Renville, Chippewa, and Yellow Medicine Counties