In the spirit of caring for our neighbors,
360 Communities provides
hope and support to people by engaging communities to prevent violence,
ensure school success and promote long-term self-sufficiency.

No matter how a person enters 360 Communities, they have access to a circle of programs and services that promote…


A safe and healthy home is the underpinning of any person’s long-term success. Since the first of two 360 Communities Lewis House sexual & domestic violence shelters opened its doors in 1979, more than 86,000 survivors of sexual and domestic violence have benefited from our safety, support and advocacy services, with help currently being provided to more than 3,000 women and children annually.

A child’s success in school can open the pathway to a bright future. That’s why 360 Communities has three programs that work with children, their parents and their places of learning to ensure school success from birth through high school graduation.
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360 Communities’ network of five Emergency Food Shelves and two Family Resource Centers provides immediate aid to individuals and families and gives them access to resources to help them reach long-term self-sufficiency. Each year, more than 13,500 people benefit from this vital service. Family Resource Centers in Burnsville and Rosemount serve as open, welcoming places for community members to gather, work with volunteers and staff, and plan their individual paths to success.

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360 Communities finds trust is key to school success

By Jeff Mortensen
President & CEO

Brittany arrived at her new high school as a transfer student with no connections and a history of challenges. She had been enrolled in four different schools within the […]

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360 Communities shared City of Lakeville, Minnesota - Police Department's post. ...

2017 LAKEVILLE COPS & COATS CAMPAIGN! The Lakeville Police Department has launched our 2017 Cops & Coats initiative aimed at gathering new and gently used jackets and coats to benefit 360 Communities® Lewis House shelter for victims of domestic abuse. Collection bins for donated coats and jackets will be located again this year at the Lakeville Police Department, City Hall, and the Water Treatment Facility. Additionally, CrossRoads Church, Lakeville and Inver Grove Heights campuses, and Evergreen Church, Lakeville, are hosting collection bins. Lakeville’s Cops & Coats program was organized by Deputy Chief John Kornmann following a visit to the Lewis House. Realizing that many domestic abuse calls require victims to leave their homes without time to pack even a jacket, he saw an opportunity to assist those women and children in need, “A warm coat when a person arrives at the shelter is a great way to show support when needed most. It can be on of the first things that help a victim of domestic violence know others are there to help and that leaving, sometimes with literally nothing is the best decision.” Collection of coats has begun and distribution to the Lewis House shelter will be occurring as donations are received.

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Mar 23

33rd Annual Domestic and Sexual Violence Awareness Luncheon

March 23, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 1:30 pm
Lakeville MN