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For survivors of:

  • Domestic Violence
  • Dating Violence
  • Rape/Sexual Assault
  • Stalking
  • Human Trafficking
  • Abuse in Later Life
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Cards for Caring

Cards for Caring

Cards for Caring is our New Holiday Fundraiser! Holiday e-cards are a great way to say you care, and they can also be a creative alternative to buying gifts. Especially for those hard-to-buy-for people. Instead of a gift, make a donation in honor of a loved one,...

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Halloween Store Opens Aug. 16 at Seeds of Hope

Halloween Store Opens Aug. 16 at Seeds of Hope

If you want to welcome trick-or- treaters and also support a good community cause, visit the Halloween store that will be opening Aug. 16 in the upper level of the Seeds of Hope Thrift and Gift Store at 520 E. Main. Seeds of Hope is owned and operated by the Abused...

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Yesterday a customer at our Seeds of Hope Thrift Store donated the remaining change from his purchase. He said "I am happy to support the AARC. A few years ago my sister was in a terrible situation and her life was threatened. Your agency saved her life."

We are so fortunate that ALL of the sales from the store go directly back to the programs at the AARC.

If you are interested in helping us out, we have a goal to remodel the donation dock, restrooms and we would LOVE to add an elevator so everyone has access to both floors including the AWESOME Christmas Store. 🎄

Donate here: www.abusedadultresourcecenter.com/help-plant-our-future-seeds-of-hope/#donate

Thank you! 🥰
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The Missouri Valley Coalition for Homeless People
is looking for local businesses or organizations to do a product drive
for an upcoming community event on September 21, where we all come
together in one place to provide services to individuals and families
who are in need.

This event is called
Project Service Connect.

The following categories have been determined to be the top 3 needs:
1. Hygiene products (trial and regular size)
2. Diapers and wipes (all sizes, but bigger sizes are usually in need the most)
3. Socks (infant to adult sizes in both male/female)

If your business or organization is interested, please contact
Sherrice Roness @ 323-4051
Michelle Erickson @ 391-9887

Also, if your organization or business would like to have a booth at Project Service Connect on Sept 21, 2022, you may contact the people listed above.

Donations will be collected by
September 14th.


The Missouri Valley Coalition for Homeless People
is looking for local businesses or organizations to do a product drive
for an upcoming community event on September 21, where we all come
together in one place to provide services to individuals and families
who are in need.

This event is called
Project Service Connect.

The following categories have been determined to be the top 3 needs:
1. Hygiene products (trial and regular size)
2. Diapers and wipes (all sizes, but bigger sizes are usually in need the most)
3. Socks (infant to adult sizes in both male/female)

If your business or organization is interested, please contact
Sherrice Roness @ 323-4051
Michelle Erickson @ 391-9887

Also, if your organization or business would like to have a booth at Project Service Connect on Sept 21, 2022, you may contact the people listed above.

Donations will be collected by
September 14th.
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The Missouri Valley Coalition for Homeless People
is looking for local businesses or organizations to do a product drive
 for an upcoming community event on September 21, where we all come 
together in one place to provide services to individuals and families 
who are in need.  This event is called
Project Service Connect.  The following categories have been determined to be the top 3 needs:
1. Hygiene products (trial and regular size) 
2. Diapers and wipes (all sizes, but bigger sizes are usually in need the most) 
3. Socks (infant to adult sizes in both male/female)  If your business or organization is interested, please contact 
Sherrice Roness @ 323-4051
Michelle Erickson @ 391-9887  Also, if your organization or business would like to have a booth at Project Service Connect on Sept 21, 2022, you may contact the people listed above.  Donations will be collected by 
September 14th. 
The Missouri Valley Coalition for Homeless People
is looking for local businesses or organizations to do a product drive
 for an upcoming community event on September 21, where we all come 
together in one place to provide services to individuals and families 
who are in need.  This event is called
Project Service Connect.  The following categories have been determined to be the top 3 needs:
1. Hygiene products (trial and regular size) 
2. Diapers and wipes (all sizes, but bigger sizes are usually in need the most) 
3. Socks (infant to adult sizes in both male/female)  If your business or organization is interested, please contact 
Sherrice Roness @ 323-4051
Michelle Erickson @ 391-9887  Also, if your organization or business would like to have a booth at Project Service Connect on Sept 21, 2022, you may contact the people listed above.  Donations will be collected by 
September 14th.

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About Us

The mission of the Abused Adult Resource Center is to assist victims of domestic violence and sexual assault by establishing and maintaining a program which will provide temporary shelter, crisis intervention, prevention, education, support and hope as a vision to eliminate violence.

The Abused Adult Resource Center (AARC) has been helping survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault for more than 40 years. Serving south central North Dakota, we provide emergency support, crisis intervention, temporary shelter, food, counseling, and advocacy to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.

Our goal is to help our clients and their families find hope through a life free from abuse. We also enjoy working with our communities to create an awareness and sensitivity to domestic violence and sexual assault issues, establishing programs that aim to break the cycle of abuse.

 

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