- Human Services
- Crime Victims Crisis Center
Crime Victims Crisis Center
Freeborn County Crime Victims Crisis Center provides support and education to empower the community to reduce crime victimization and promote positive outcomes
Who we serve: All victims of crime including: domestic violence, sexual assault, robbery, homicide, identity theft, harassment, etc.
In order to provide the most private meeting atmosphere available, please call for an appointment prior to coming to the CVCC office.
COVID 19 RESPONSE:
- When calling CVCC, please leave a message and an advocate will return your call.
- HRO and OFP petitions are available in the Law Enforcement Center lobby or by going to MNCourts
- A drop-box is located in the Law Enforcement Center lobby, but we ask that you call the office when leaving documents.
- 24 hr. Crisis Line 507-377-5460
- Confidential services
- Assistance with protective orders
- Safety Planning
- Information and referral
- Safe at Home Application assistance
- Women’s educational/support group
- Volunteer opportunities
Email CVCC Staff Advocates Emails will be responded to 8am-5pm M-F
Please visit CVCC's Facebook page: CVCC Facebook Page
Although CVCC is part of the Department of Human Services, it is located in the Government Center. Please call 507.377.5460 during regular business hours to speak with a staff advocate. 24-hour crisis line can be reached by calling 507.377.5460. If there is a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.
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Immigrant Law Center of MN for immigrants and refugees- legal representation for low-income individuals
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VictimLaw online database of state, federal, and tribal victims’ rights laws
CVCC receives supportive funding from Minnesota Office for Justice Program. Donations to CVCC are tax deductible.