Victim Services

Victim Services Resources
Fillmore County Victim Services is a trusted program designed to offer support, information, and referrals for individuals, families, and communities. 

For general crime contact email: victimservices@co.fillmore.mn.us
Fillmore County Office Phone Number: 507-765-2805 
Office Hours: Monday -Friday - 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Sexual Assault 24-hour crisis line Dodge and Olmsted County Victim Services: 507-289-0636
Victim Services Winona Advocacy Center: (507) 452-4453
These agencies also assist Fillmore County residents and individuals.
Note: You do not need to report to law enforcement to receive services; it is your choice to report or not
Safe Harbor 
Safe Harbor, Sex Trafficking and Sexually Exploited Youth
To speak with the Regional Navigator or a Safe Harbor Specialist, please call Andrea White, Safe Harbor Regional Navigator at 507-328-7293.
Email: andrea.white@olmstedcounty.gov

Women’s Shelter and Support Center
Visit the Women’s Shelter and Support Center Website at: www.womens-shelter.org
The Women’s Shelter and Support Center is committed to serving victims of domestic violence. We serve both women and men and all domestic violence cases with victims 18 years of age or older. The Women’s Shelter organization serves a 10-county area.
Talk with a trained advocate about your safety options, services available, and additional resources you can access during this time.
To speak with a Fillmore County Domestic Violence Advocate please call Laura at 507-273-3547.
Email: Lauran@womens-shelter.org
What can an advocate help me with?
  • Explaining the various steps of the criminal justice process
  • Understanding your rights as a crime victim
  • Providing referrals to community resources to help meet your needs
  • Filing restraining orders (Order for Protection and/or Harassment Restraining Order)
  • Assisting in financial assistance to help with expenses resulting from crime (examples include reparations, restitution, etc.)
  • Providing support and advocacy during sexual assault medical examinations
  • Court advocacy
  • Crisis intervention
  • Support through the healing process
  • Support through an interview with law enforcement 
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