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Resources

WRAC has compiled several resources to help support and understand women's issues.

  1. Campus Resources

  2. Community Resources

  3. Internet Resources

Campus Resources

Departments

Department of Women Gender and Sexuality Studies

(218) 726-7953

Health

Health Services

(218) 726-8155

Multicultural Programs

American Indian Learning Resource Center

(218) 726-6293

Office of Diversity & Inclusion

(218) 726-8444

Offices

Department of Human Resources 

(218) 726-7161

Office of Financial Aid & Registrar

(218) 726-8000

Security

Campus Police

911 or (218) 726-8770

Safe Walk

218-726-6100

Miscellaneous

Commission for Women

Community Resources

Domestic Abuse (see also Women's Shelters)

Domestic Abuse Intervention Project (DAIP)

DAIP is a comprehensive, community-based program for intervention in domestic abuse cases.

(218) 722-2781

Outfront Domestic Violence Services

Outfront Minnesota has a trained domestic abuse staff experienced working specifically with same-sex domestic abuse. You can speak to a trained domestic violence counselor 24/7

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Health Care

Planned Parenthood

Provides reproductive health care to men and women.

(218) 722-0833

WE Health Clinic

We Health Clinic's mission is to provide, advance, and advocate for evidence-based reproductive and sexual health care for all.

(218) 727-3352 or 1-800-735-7654

Government

Saint Louis County Social Services

The department is responsible for administration of all forms of public assistance, including child support collection enforcement, child and adult protection, and other community social services for the disabled, elderly, mentally ill, and chemically dependent.

(218) 726-2083

Legal Assistance

Duluth Legal Aid

We provide legal services at no charge to eligible low-income residents of our area whose legal issues fit within our priorities. The civil legal services we provide are geared to protect the basic needs of our clients: food, shelter, medical insurance, income protection, and safety.

(218) 726-4800

Indian Legal Assistance

Serving Aitkin County, Carlton County, Grand Marais in Cook County, Two Harbors in Lake County, and Duluth, Virginia and Hibbing in St. Louis County

(218) 727-2881 or 1-888-249-3205

Safe Haven Resource Center

Mental Health Care

Full Circle Center for Psychotherapy

Offers spiritual direction and bodywork.

(218) 726-5433

Human Development Center

The mission of the Human Development Center is to provide community mental health care that is accessible, comprehensive, and the highest possible quality.

(218) 728-4491

Miller Dwan Crisis Intervention

Miller-Dwan Medical Center operates a telephone crisis line and crisis walk-in service for mental health emergencies.

(218) 723-0099

Organizations

Trans Plus

Trans Plus is a local, grassroots group in the Twin Ports area that seeks to provide connection through community, and resources to anyone who identifies as transgender, or under the gender variant umbrella (this includes people who are Two Spirit, gender non-conforming, non-binary, agender, etc.)

YWCA of Duluth

The YWCA is committed to the empowerment of women and girls and the elimination of racism.

(218) 722-7425

Emily Program

The Emily Program provides personalized holistic and humanistic care for any individual struggling with eating disorders and related problems.

Men as Peacemakers

Men as Peacemakers aims to foster and develop peacemakers through modeling, mentoring, storytelling, and dialogue.

(218) 727-1939

Together for Youth/LSS

Support Group for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning teens

Political Groups

The League of Women Voters - Duluth

A nonpartisan political organization that encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government.

Sexual Assault

PAVSA (Program for Aid to Victims of Sexual Assault)

PAVSA (Program for Aid to Victims of Sexual Assault) provides crisis intervention, support and education to victims of sexual violence.

(218) 726-1442

Crisis Line: (218)726-1931

Women's Shelters

CASDA (Center Against Sexual and Domestic Abuse)

Services offered include a 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, transitional housing, and advocacy.

1-800-649-2921 or (715) 392-3136

Dabinoo 'Igan

A Native women's shelter in Duluth.

(218) 722-2247

Safe Haven Shelter

Providing women and their children with advocacy, safety and space to heal.

(218) 728-6481

For Men

Men For Change

Male Positive! Pro-Feminist! Gay Affirmative! Anti-Racist! The members of Men For Change are dedicated towards promoting positive masculinity and ending sexism and violence.

Menstuff

We believe that women and men are each other's natural allies and inherently are eager to be in close, warm, loving contact with each other. (This includes lesbians and gays). In addition, both groups want to be as close to others of their own sex. Men are not women's enemy, nor vice versa.

National Organization for Men Against Sexism

Pro-feminist, gay-affirmative, anti-racist, dedicated to enhancing men's lives.

The White Ribbon Campaign

The WRC is the largest effort in the world of men working to end men's violence against women.

Dr. Michael Kaufman

A public speaker, educator, writer and consultant focused on engaging men and boys in promoting gender equality.

A Call to Men

Works to create a world where all men and boy are loving and respectful and all women and girls are valued and safe.