Domestic Violence

MOFAS collaborates with domestic violence organizations across Minnesota, to provide education and information about prenatal alcohol and drug exposure, and how to recognize and support women and children in their programs.  MOFAS offers training for staff, as well as monthly education groups for the women in their program.

A Program Director at one domestic violence shelter stated, “This is a wonderful resource for our women and a great opportunity for them to learn and empower themselves.”

MOFAS is currently partnering with the following domestic violence organizations:

Women of Nations
PO Box 7125
Saint Paul, MN 55107
Missions, Inc.
3409 E Medicine Lake Blvd
Minneapolis, MN 55441
Committee Against Domestic Violence
Mankato, MN
Alexandra House
PO Box 490039
Blaine, MN 55449-0039
360 Communities/Lewis House Administrative Offices
501 East Highway 13, Suite 102
Burnsville, Minnesota 55337
Safe Haven Shelter
P.O. Box 3558
Duluth, MN 55803
Anna Marie’s Alliance
44 28th Ave N
St Cloud, MN 56303
Tubman Family Alliance
1725 Monastery Way
St Paul, MN

Questions?

If you are interested in training for your staff or are seeking education groups for clients at your program, contact inquire here.


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