Save the Date

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Join us in taking a stand for Anoka County families and help put an end to domestic and sexual violence.

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September 24

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Event registration will open in June 2016. 

Where hope grows and violence ends.

Alexandra House provides domestic and sexual violence services to women, men, youth and families. All services are free-of-charge and include 24-hour emergency shelter, legal advocacy, therapy, support groups, youth intervention and prevention services, abuse in later life resources, community education and professional training, and more. We are located in the cities of Blaine and Anoka, but serve victims of domestic and sexual violence across the state of Minnesota.

I learned that you don't have to take abuse from anyone and that I am worthy and truly blessed

Rebecca

What is domestic violence?

A pattern of abusive behavior that is used by one person to gain or maintain power and control over another. Domestic violence can be physical, sexual, emotional, economic, or psychological actions or threats of actions that influence another person.

Are you or could you be a victim?

  • Is your partner jealous of the time you spend with friends, family, or co-workers?
  • Does your partner forbid or limit your time spent with friends, family, or co-workers?
  • Does your partner say cruel and hurtful things to you, or make fun of you in front of others?
  • Read more…

What is sexual violence?

The use of sexual actions and words that are unwanted by and/or harmful to another person. Some of these actions are defined as crimes by Minnesota statutes. Some experiences of sexual violence are hurtful violations of personal boundaries but may not rise to the level of a crime.

Are you or could you be a victim?

  • Is your partner jealous of the time you spend with friends, family, or co-workers?
  • Does your partner forbid or limit your time spent with friends, family, or co-workers?
  • Does your partner say cruel and hurtful things to you, or make fun of you in front of others?
  • Read more…

What is sexual violence?

The use of sexual actions and words that are unwanted by and/or harmful to another person. Some of these actions are defined as crimes by Minnesota statutes. Some experiences of sexual violence are hurtful violations of personal boundaries but may not rise to the level of a crime.