The Saint Paul and Ramsey County Domestic Abuse Intervention Project

SAFETY ALERT: Your abuser can monitor your use of your computer and the Internet. If you are in danger, please use a safer computer, call 911, the St. Paul & Ramsey County Intervention Project at 651-645-2824, or the Minnesota Domestic Violence Crisis Line at 1-866-223-1111 if you are in Minnesota. If you live outside of Minnesota call the National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).

To better understand the steps of working with the criminal justice system in matters of domestic abuse, click on The St Paul Blueprint for Safety.

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Why donate to the Saint Paul & Ramsey County Intervention Project?

QuiltPrivate donors allow us to provide services to over 5,700 women battered women per year, including providing direct services to victims of domestic abuse, facilitating the system's response to domestic violence, ensuring that women and their children can work through the barriers that prevent them from leaving an abusive situation, and providing outreach, education, and prevention services each year.

In 2015, 22 women, 3 men and 9 friends/family members in Minnesota were murdered as a result of domestic violence.

The life-saving work of domestic violence programs, including St. Paul & Ramsey County Intervention, is needed now more than ever.

Without the generosity of private donors, St. Paul & Ramsey County Intervention could not continue to work to end violence against women and children.

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Or mail your donation to:

St. Paul & Ramsey County
Domestic Abuse Intervention Project
394 Dayton Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55102

Don't forget that all donations to us are tax-deductible!


Our Funders

The St. Paul & Ramsey County Intervention Project's funders have been vital to our innovative work for the safety of battered women. We thank our funders and donors for their support of our mission and the women and childen we serve every day.

The generosity of our funders allows St. Paul & Ramsey County Intervention to continue to work to help battered women and their children.

The Greater Twin Cities United Way
Minnesota Department of Public Safety Office of Justice Programs
F. R. Bigelow Foundation
The St. Paul Foundation
Otto Bremer Foundation
Mardag Foundation
Avon Foundation for Women
The Patrick and Aimee Butler Family Foundation
Open Your Heart to the Hungry and Homeless
The Educational Foundation of America
Joseph C. & Lillian A. Duke Foundation

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