Find safety, financial security, harassment, mistreatment, domestic abuse, and equal opportunity resources: 


Taking Charge: Security 
Facing fear and anxiety; rethinking money; safety and prevention

Mistreatment and harassment

Mistreatment and Harassment Incident Report

Ethics Point

Confidential online reporting of mistreatment and harassment instances

Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action (U of M, both campuses) 
Deals with discrimination, sexual harassment and stalking

The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Services Office 
Dedicated to improving the campus climate for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people at the University of Minnesota Duluth and to addressing the harmful effects of discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identification.

Domestic Abuse/Relationship Violence

Day One 
Minnesota Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Hotline

The Men's Line 
612-379-6367 (612-379-MENS)
24 hour line for men

Sexual Violence Center 
24 hour crisis line and support

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Twin Cities
Aurora Center at the University of Minnesota 
Provides accompaniment to the hospital for physical exam and treatment; Advocacy for filing police reports; Arrangements for safe housing; Support group for victim/survivors of sexual assault; Legal advocacy, including the writing of restraining and harassment orders and accompanying people to court; Advocacy services provided by trained volunteers.

Cornerstone Advocacy Service 
Free, drop-in support groups for rape survivors (women's group and men's group); and a Concerned Persons Support Group. Short and long-term therapy groups for survivors of childhood sexual abuse (sliding fee scale, some insurance and MA accepted). Clinical services are provided by licensed and master's or PhD level staff therapists or graduate interns; advocacy services provided by trained volunteers.

Domestic Abuse Project 
Individual and group therapy for domestic abuse victims and perpetrators. Sliding fee scale.

Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women 

Casa De Esperanza 
Domestic violence services working with Latino Community

Women of Nations 
Domestic violence services working with the Native Indian Community

Asian Women United of Minnesota 
Domestic violence services working with the Asian Community

OutFront Minnesota 
612-822-0127 (ext 702)
Same-sex relationship violence

Hennepin County Domestic Abuse Service Center 
Provides legal help with Orders for Protection and Harassment Orders


Disability Resources Center (U of M, both campuses) 
DRC Health Science Liaison, Barbara Blacklock will assist eligible students with: securing documentation of disability conditions (e.g., physical, learning, psychiatric, sensory or systemic), determination and implementation of reasonable accommodations, information, referral, and consultation.

The Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic 
Facilities for University students with speech, language and/or hearing disorders. Students who desire remedial help should apply early in the semester.
Chester Park 156

Financial Security

Taking Charge: Rethinking Money

University of Minnesota Financial Wellness

Online budgeting tool

St. Louis County WIC Program 
Subsidized foods and nutritional consultation

Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Agency 
Programs for low-income families including Head Start, fuel assistance and other housing services, employment and training programs
Twin Cities

Boynton East Bank Clinic Financial Counseling 
Boynton Health offers free, confidential financial counseling through LSS Financial Counseling.
Call to schedule your appointment. Appointments will be held at Boynton Health.

Health Insurance

Twin Cities
Student Health Benefit Plan
The Student Health Benefit Plan is a cost-effective, comprehensive health plan designed to meet the unique needs of students.

Voluntary Student Dental Plan