Domestic violence Asian Women United of MN Domestic violence short-term shelter, Legal (OFPs and HROs) Advocacy, Financial Advocacy and Employee Assistance and 24-hour multilingual helpline/crisis line in addition to other services. Visit Asian Women United of MN. Casa de esperanza Provides bilingual support, safety, education for families and individuals experiencing domestic abuse. Provides a 24-hr bilingual domestic violence helpline at 651-772-1611. Visit Casa de esperanza. Cornerstone Outreach, resource and referral, and legal and housing advocacy for victims of domestic violence. Visit Cornerstone. Day One Provides support and assists in finding resources and shelters. Visit Day One. Division of Indian Work A variety of culturally based services including education, counseling and legal advocacy for Urban American Indians. Visit Division of Indian Work. Domestic Abuse Project Advocacy and counseling services for victims of family violence and their families. Visit Domestic Abuse Project. Hmong American Partnership Provides services for refugees and immigrants, including Employment Counseling, Children and Family Services, Health and Wellness Programs and MNSure enrollment. Visit Hmong American Partnership. Home Free/ Missions, Inc. Advocacy services for adults victims of family violence focusing on immediate crisis and legal needs. Visit Home Free/ Missions, Inc. Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center Domestic and Sexual Violence Advocacy and Family Stabilization for American Indian women and their families. Visit Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center. National Domestic Violence Hotline National Hotline providing support and advocacy to survivors 24/7. National Domestic Violence Hotline Spanish language National Domestic Violence Hotline OutFront Minnesota Legal advocacy, referrals and supportive counseling for victims of domestic and sexual violence, families or loved ones and individuals identifying with LGBTQ+ communities in Minnesota. Visit OutFront Minnesota. SEWA-AIFW (Asian Indian Family Wellness) 24/7 Family Crisis Line (culturally sensitive), Women’s program-shelter referrals for victims and assistance in accessing health services, public benefits, housing, and free or low-cost legal aid for South Asian Immigrants. Help Line number 952-912-9100. Visit EWA-AIFW (Asian Indian Family Wellness). Sojourner Advocacy services for adults victims of family violence focusing on immediate crisis and legal needs. Visit Sojourner. 24-hour crisis line 952-933-7422 Standpoint Legal advocacy for victims of domestic and sexual violence. Visit Standpoint. Strong Hearts Native Help Line Culturally appropriate, anonymous, confidential helpline for Native American survivors of domestic violence and dating violence, along with their concerned family members and friends. Visit Strong Hearts Native Help Line. Tubman Advocacy services for victims of family violence focusing on immediate crisis and legal needs. Visit Tubman.