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April 17

Douglas Advocacy 12th Annual Spring Fundraiser - Virtual

(stay tuned for COVID-19 related updates)

22

May 22

Bowling & Chili Fundraiser, Ortonville

Alley Cat Bowling, Ortonville


Someplace Safe works to create safer communities in West Central Minnesota by providing high quality crime victim services.

Someplace Safe is a nonprofit agency offering a myriad of services to victims and survivors of crime, families, and communities in a nine-county region in West Central Minnesota. Over 4,000 unduplicated local victims of crime are provided services each year through ten Advocacy Offices, five Parenting Time Centers, and two Thrift Stores located in Big Stone, Douglas, Grant, Otter Tail, Pope, Stevens, Traverse, Wadena, and Wilkin Counties.

Someplace Safe works to assist victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, sex trafficking, labor trafficking, and other crimes (including; stalking, elder abuse, identity theft, robbery, theft, etc.), as they navigate the social, emotional and economic impacts they face as victims on the path to becoming survivors.


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Upcoming Events

17

April 17

Douglas Advocacy 12th Annual Spring Fundraiser - Virtual

(stay tuned for COVID-19 related updates)

22

May 22

Bowling & Chili Fundraiser, Ortonville

Alley Cat Bowling, Ortonville

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