Violence Prevention & Intervention Resources

Stay at the Lewis House

The Lewis House is a safe place for you and your family to sort through options, work with advocates 24/7, and access community resources. If you need safe shelter, please call the Eagan Lewis House at (651) 452-7288.

Work with an advocate

360 Communities advocates want to listen to you and support you in making the best decision for you. Connecting with an advocate can help with safety planning, emotional support, information and resources as you sort through options.  We can also help talk through your legal resources and connect you to a support group. All of our resources are free for you to access. If you are unsure where to start, you can call us 24/7, connect with us online, and/or access the worksheets and informational forms below.

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Healthy Relationships ToolkitDownload the full Healthy Relationships Toolkit

The Healthy Relationships Toolkit is a resource for teens and those who interact with teens. It is intended to be used as a guide to understanding healthy vs. unhealthy or abusive relationships. It was created to equip those using it to find resources, raise awareness, and get involved in creating communities where healthy relationships thrive. Our hope is that the toolkit will be used as a jumping off point for conversations, teaching, and awareness around teen relationship violence, and will prevent that violence by educating our community. We believe this will give students tools and resources to thrive in safe and stable relationships.

To contact a Lewis House or Community Advocate, call the Eagan Lewis House at (651) 452-7288  or fill out our Contact Us form and select “I have experienced domestic and/or sexual violence. I need safety planning and support.” 

Additional Resources

Are you interested in learning more about the impacts of domestic and sexual violence?

Content Warning: The resources below may contain graphic descriptions of abuse, intense subject matter, and other potentially upsetting content. Please use discretion and take care of yourself. If you, or someone you know, has experienced domestic and/or sexual violence, we are here.  Lewis House (24/7): (651) 452-7288.