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Emergency Shelters for ABUSED (OR BATTERED) WOMEN in Saint Paul

If your safety or the safety of your children are in danger because of someone trying to hurt you, you need to find a safe place to stay. An emergency shelter can help you. Contact any of these organizations in Saint Paul to find out if they have space available. Services are free.

Casa de Esperanza
Saint Paul, MN 55175
Emergency Help Line: (651) 772-1611  (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
Office Phone: (651) 646-5553
E-mail: info@casadeesperanza.org
Services: Offers emergency shelter and support services to abused women and their children. Learn more about Casa de Esperanza.
Languages: English and Spanish

The Dweling Place
Saint Paul, MN 55117
Phone: (651) 776-4805
E-mail: dwellingp@qwest.net
Services: Provides emergency shelter for women and their children needing to get away or recovering from an abusive relationship. There is also a ministry to help men who have abused family members or who have been abused.

Anne Pierce Rogers Home
Tubman Family Alliance
Saint Paul Park, MN
Emergency Help Line: (651) 770-0777 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
Office Phone: (651) 768-0216
E-mail: help@tubmanfamilyalliance.org
Services: Provides an emergency shelter for women who have been abused and their children. Serves the counties of Hennepin, Washington and Ramsey. Find out more about the Tubman Family Alliance.

Women of Nations
Phone: 1 (877) 209-1266 (toll-free)
Email: ngoodman@women-of-nations.org
Services: Offers:

  • a shelter from domestic violence for women and their children
  • support and advocacy services for battered women and culturally-specific services for Native American women
  • transportation to social services, medical appointments, court, child protection, educational systems, and appointments on behalf of youth
  • support groups and activities

Women’s Advocates
588 Grand Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55102
Emergency Help Line: (651) 227-8284 or (866) 223-1111 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
Office Phone: (651) 227-9966 or (651) 726-5217
Services: Provides emergency shelter and support services to abused women and their children. Learn more about Women’s Advocates.
Languages: English and Spanish

MORE HELP
Find more emergency shelters in the Twin Cities
TCCVM Metro Shelter Hotline
Phone: (888) 234-1329 (toll-free)
Services: The Twin Cities Community Voice Mail (TCCVM) provides recorded information on current emergency shelters and transitional housing programs.
Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Cost: Free

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