Welcome to Women’s Advocates

The nation’s first shelter for women and children escaping domestic abuse.

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Welcome to Women’s Advocates

The nation’s first shelter for women and children escaping domestic abuse.

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Shelter & Facility

Our 24/7/365 shelter typically provides shelter to 50 women and children daily.

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Programs & Services

Women’s Advocates creates a path to self-sufficiency for individuals leaving abusive relationships, using a survivor-centered approach to its services.

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Resources

Women’s Advocates is dedicated to ensuring people have the resources to help others be safe, and learn about issues surrounding domestic abuse. Women’s Advocates offers a 24-hour crisis line, resources for community partners, and educational presentations.

For victims seeking help

Outreach & Education

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Upcoming Events

Sunday, April 1

#SurviveTogether Campaign

In recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) this April, we are asking individuals put a ‘donate’ button on their facebook page for the month and select Women’s Advocates as the organization they’d like to support in recognition of SAAM. By participating in the #SurviveTogether campaign, you will help us reach new supporters who can […]

Tuesday, May 1

May Day Open House and Shelter Tour

To register to attend, email tbrinker@wadvocates.org or call 651-726-5212.

Recent Posts

Tuesday, April 24

April 2018 Women’s Advocates Newsletter

Click HERE to view our April 2018 Newsletter. Topics include: May Day Open House & Shelter Tour next week Sexual Assault education, recognizing April, Sexual...

Monday, April 23

#SurviveTogether Week Four

What We Can Do Young women between the ages of 16 and 24 experience the highest rate of intimate partner violence – almost triple the...

Wednesday, April 18

In The News: Twin Cities affordable housing shortages affecting domestic violence survivors (Pioneer Press)

https://www.twincities.com/2018/04/09/twin-cities-affordable-housing-shortages-affecting-domestic-violence-survivors/

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588 Grand Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55102

Admin: 651-227-9966

Crisis Line: 651-227-8284