Consider becoming a funding partner of New Horizons Crisis Center.
New Horizons provides crime victim advocacy and parenting time services to men, women and children of Lincoln, Lyon, Murray and Redwood counties. Whether a crime is stalking, harassment, identity theft, bullying, sexual assault/abuse, homicide, theft, elder abuse or another, New Horizons Crisis Center can help clarify information and explore feelings that may surface after a crime has occurred. New Horizons Crisis Center also offers violence prevention and professional education and parenting time services to meet the needs of individuals and families in Southwest Minnesota.
Services are free, confidential, and needed. “History shows that economic recession and crime go hand-in-hand, at least to some degree. Whether it's petty theft or violent crime, the toll of financial difficulty can weigh down even the best of us” (Source: Police Employment) — and at New Horizons, we have witnessed this impact firsthand. During our last fiscal year (July 2019- June 2020) we served 582 individuals through our direct services programs – providing 7,701 services to these individuals. We also provided 33 community education and awareness activities reaching 2,469 participants and 15 professional trainings/presentations reaching 306 professionals through our prevention and professional education efforts. Here is what one person said about our services: "I have other people helping me out, but they don't listen to me like you do. They don't know the whole story like you do. I'm just so grateful for the work you do."
Become a funding partner of New Horizons Crisis Center by sending a donation to: New Horizons Crisis Center, 109 South 5th Street, Suite 40, Marshall, MN 56258. All donations are tax-deductible.
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