Minnesota Safe Harbor / No Wrong Door
Minnesota is a national leader in its work to legislatively mandate programs and services for sexually exploited youth under 18. The Safe Harbor legislation passed in 2011 resulted in the development of the No Wrong Door model, a multi-disciplinary statewide approach to identifying and serving minor victims and training law enforcement, child protection, social workers and others who encounter them.
The Safe Harbor Statewide Regional Navigator Initiative provided a mechanism through which regions in Minnesota could adapt the No Wrong Door plan to utilize existing resources, teams, and networks to meet the specific needs of each region.
The West Central Regional Navigator serves as the main advocate and liaison for any referrals of sexually exploited youth in the orange area on the map, and is working with the Statewide Safe Harbor Director to develop protocols, train professionals and community members on the issue and develop a system of coordinated care.
Safe Harbor Regional Navigator (West Central Region)
Becki Jordan, Someplace Safe
Direct/Cell number: 320.979.9481
Office number: 218.739.3486 ext.774
The Hearts for Freedom Resource Guide – A guide for Working with Sexually Exploited Youth and Minnesota’s Safe Harbor Law