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We are still here for you and we are still open.

Your safety and the safety of your children is important to us. We realize that in uncertain times, you may not feel safe at home or feel like you have many options. We are here to help you find those options. 

COVID-19 Response

  • We will not meet with walk in clients until we have conducted a safety screening. We will be offering alternative ways to connect with advocacy – including via phone and video conferencing.

  • We will have only essential meetings with all program participants – including youth, children, and adults and will adhere to 6 feet social distancing. Individuals in need of immediate services will receive them.

  • We will be cancelling and/or rescheduling all in-person meetings with professionals and community partners. We will be offering phone or video conferencing options.

  • We will be cancelling all trainings – including those we facilitate and those that we attend.

  • We will be canceling all groups including youth groups, school groups, and support groups. We will be offering virtual support groups for youth and adults who wish to connect with group support.

  • We will not be accepting donations of items for clients at any of our office locations.

  • We will be restricting all travel between offices and for meetings/consultations.

  • For the safety our employees will not be providing transportation assistance outside of emergency safe housing. We will provide access to bus tokens, taxi vouchers, and gas cards for individuals who need it.

  • All sick employees will stay home.

  • We will take precautionary measures in each of our office locations that include extra office cleaning and social distancing.

Our mission is to end domestic and sexual violence and exploitation for all people. We seek to empower and support survivors’ safety, healing, rights, and autonomy while working to transform institutions and public policy by acknowledging the need for social change.

24 Hour SAFE Line: 800.376.4311

Youth Text Line: 218.666.8336

​Worthington: 507.376.4311

​Pipestone: 507.825.5688

Windom: 507.831.2244

​Luverne: 507.283.9917

Jackson: 507.800.1260

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For the past 10 years the Southwest Crisis Center has been dreaming of providing a safe place to sleep and a stable place to stay for women and children escaping domestic violence, sexual assault, sex trafficking, and child abuse.