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DV- Domestic Violence

Office of Violence Against Women Resource Map

Click on the Office on Violence Against Women’s (OVW) local resource map, or locate the name of your state below the map to find local survivor resources for domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.

HOTLINES

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCES

Search for Domestic Violence Programs and Shelters in the U.S.  and Canada

StrongHearts Native Helpline. Free and confidential services serve Native American and Alaska Native survivors and concerned family members and friends affected by domestic, dating, and sexual violence. Call 24/7@1-844-7NATIVE (1-844-762-8483). Chat online@ https://strongheartshelpline.org/

Domestic Violence

State-by-State Domestic Violence Restraining Orders

Minnesota Secretary Of State – Other States With Programs Like Safe At Home (Statewide Confidential Address Programs)

Pathways to Safety International

IMMIGRANT AND NON-IMMIGRANT VISAS: U Visa, VAWA, and T Visa

Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Community Resources | Immigrant Legal Resource Center | ILRC

HOUSING & BENEFITS

FINANCIAL TOOLS

WEBINAR LINKS

Financial Education (ncadv.org)

A Rebuilding Guide Following Domestic Violence:

HELP FOR CRIME-RELATED EXPENSES:

State Crime Victims Compensation:

State Crime Victims Compensation programs reimburse victims for crime-related expenses. Such expenses include medical costs, mental health counseling, funeral, and burial costs, and lost wages or loss of support. “

OTHER RESOURCES

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