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Crisis Phone:

(320) 632-4878
(800) 682-4547

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Services

Hands of Hope Resource Center provides free and confidential services to residents of Morrison County and Todd County affected by crime and abuse. A staff member or trained volunteer can be reached at any time of the day via our 24-hour crisis line:

          320-632-4878 or 888-454-4878 (Morrison County)
          800-682-4547 (Todd County)

These services are also available:

  • Emergency short term (up to 5 days) housing

  • Coordination of long term housing with shelters

  • Safety Planning

  • Assistance filing Orders for Protection (OFP)

  • Assistance filing Harassment Restraining Orders (HRO)

  • Support during emergency room visits and related medical procedures

  • Ongoing support counseling and support groups

  • Support during law enforcement interviews, criminal investigations and court proceedings

  • Communication with prosecutors to track court cases, hearings and other court proceedings for clients

  • Notification of offender release and accessing VINE (Victim Notification Everyday) and Minnesota Choice

  • Assistance with enrollment in the SAFE AT HOME program, which is is designed to help people who fear for their safety maintain a  confidential address. Many times program participants are survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking or people with professional safety concerns.

  • Legal assistance referrals to legal aid and private attorneys If you have faced financial losses as a result of crime or abuse, our staff can assist clients complete the necessary forms to receive financial assistance through:

       *Reparations is a government funded program specifically for crime 

         victims.
       *Restitution is a court ordered monetary reimbursement from the

         offender.
       *Emergency Funds Our agency has secured private donations and grants           to specifically assist clients facing crisis and financial barriers to maintain           or attain financial independence from abusers.

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