The Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center (DVRCC) offers Confidential Services including a 24-hour crisis line, crisis counseling, personal advocacy, legal advocacy, safe shelter, education and personal safety planning for victims of violence in Southwest North Dakota.
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Domestic violence is a pattern of behaviors used by one partner to maintain power and control over another.
We offer a variety of services to victims/survivors of violence and homeless women and children.
Create a Safety Plan
…start your path to a safer place. This guide helps you make a plan to lower your risk of being hurt by your partner.
DVRCC was founded as a means to respond to the local needs for safe shelter and support services to domestic violence victims and their children in a five-county area in southwestern North Dakota.
As the needs of victims/survivors grew, so did our services. DVRCC expanded services to encompass all of southwestern North Dakota to include the counties of Adams, Billings, Bowman, Dunn, Golden Valley, Hettinger, Slope and Stark.
Thank you Donors!
We thank each and every one of you who give generously through your support and donations.
Please Note: Due to the large number of donations of used clothing, dishes, and housewares, we are inundated and can only accept donations of NEW items.
Please call and talk to the shelter staff if you have a physical item donation, before dropping it off.
Thank you so much for support!
Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center (DVRCC) staff, case managers, board of directors, and volunteers work hard at staying up to date on best practices.
As an agency, we know that the LGBTQ community all across the US is an underserved population with fewer resources in smaller, more rural locations.
We aim to meet every client where they are regardless of how any person identifies with themselves.