The Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center creates effective programming based on listening to community voices and understanding what works. All clients are met with respect and dignity in a safe environment.
A comprehensive array of services has been designed to meet the most common needs presented in our community under one roof. For those services we do not offer on site, we maintain an extensive referral network of resources to fully meet the needs of our families.
Culturally based and gender focused, MIWRC’s innovative programming has proven effective in healing, preserving, and strengthening American Indian families.
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Report finds that early intervention to avoid sex trading and trafficking of Minnesota's female youth passes rigorous beneft-cost test with a return on investment of $34 in benefit for each $1 in cost.
This study was commissioned by Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center with funding from the Nathan Cummings Foundation. Additional support was provided by the authors.
For additional copies of the full report, or a copy of the executive summary, please contact the Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center at 612-728-2000, or Suzanne Koepplinger at email@example.com, or Joni Buffalohead at firstname.lastname@example.org or http://www.miwrc.org/aboutus
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