White Earth Nation
Domestic Violence Shelter
Temporary emergency shelter for people who have experienced domestic abuse
Shelter offering a safe space for battered women, their families and others who have experienced domestic abuse
The Omiimii Wadiswan Equay Shelter provides temporary shelter to Native American and Non-Native female victim/survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault or trafficking.
Area Served by County
- Becker County
- Clearwater County
- Mahnomen County
- Native American Community
The potential resident must be 18 years old or older and currently be in or leaving an abusive relationship, be a victim of sexual assault who fears for her safety, or be a victim of stalking or human trafficking.
Potential residents will be prioritized for shelter services based on their need for safety and level of danger/lethality risk. Priority will be given to Native American women living on or near the White Earth Reservation.
Minor male children, 16 years or younger will be permitted to reside in the shelter with their parent or guardian determined on a case by case basis.
PO Box 418, White Earth, MN, 56591
White Earth Nation reservation
- Primary Contact for this program: 877-830-3683
Other Services at this Location
- Crisis Line Immediate support and advice for people in distress
- Domestic Violence Support Services - DOVE Support program focusing on domestic abuse of individuals by their spouses or partners
- Information and Services for Tribal Child Care Provides culturally-based child care and development support
- Regional Navigator for Sexually Exploited Youth This agency connects trafficked or sexually-exploited youth with supportive services. The youth are viewed as victims and survivors, not criminals.
- Tribal Health and Human Services Health and human services administered by tribal governments.