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Today's take: It's time to talk about dating abuse

Feb. 1, 2014 - Dating abuse prevention is the key to creating a generation free of violence. During Dating Violence Awareness Month this February, start this conversation with your teen. Join others on February 4 for Itĺs Time to Talk Day.

Golden House continues to help domestic violence victims

Oct. 24, 2013 - Jenny shares her experience with Golden House as they celebrate their 20th anniversary at their University Ave location.

Editorial: Golden House continues to serve key need 20 years later

Oct. 21, 2013 - Golden House celebrates 20 years on University Ave. This article highlights Golden House history and the services it offers today.

Verizon, Packers, Bellin Health work to help domestic violence victims

Sep. 25, 2013 - The organizations are working together to collect the old phones, as well as monetary donations, to help support groups that advocate against domestic violence and victims.

Blame the abuser, not the victim

May 12, 2013 - This Green Bay Press Gazette editorial from Sunday's paper reminds us that the abuser is responsible for domestic violence not the victim.

Reach out, say 'no more' to domestic violence

May 12, 2013 - Karen, our Executive Director, encourages the community to honor Trish Waschbisch and Ouida Wright by standing up against domestic violence in Sunday's edition of the Green Bay Press Gazette

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Breaking the cycle through education

Oct. 11, 2012 - Stacy, our Prevention Education Coordinator, explains how she discusses safety and healthy relationships with students of all ages in Brown County.

Campaign calls attention to domestic violence roots

Oct. 7, 2012 - The goal of No More is to end the stigma, shame and silence surrounding domestic violence and sexual assault by educating the community. Domestic violence isn't just about physical violence, but is a pattern of behavior used to exert power and control.

Golden House Unveils New Domestic Violence Campaign

Oct. 1, 2012 - Golden House announces unveils the NO MORE campaign aimed at ending domestic violence and sexual assault.

Survivor speaks out against Domestic Violence in Brown County

Oct. 1, 2012 - Local survivor, Jennifer Chaudoir, shares her story as Golden House marks the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Need growing, funding decreasing at shelter for domestic violence victims

Sep. 27, 2012 - The number of deaths due to domestic violence decreased state-wide in 2011, but the demand for Golden House services is growing.

Crime victims can't rely solely on restraining orders, experts say

Aug. 31, 2012 - A restraining order is just one part of a safety plan. Advocates can help victims design individual safety plans that include determining escape routes in case an abusive situation escalates at home, establishing a family member or friend as an emergency contact, determining what personal property they have to have if they need to leave quickly, changing door locks at home, notifying an employer of potential problems and seeking a restraining order.

Golden House Helps Prevent Domestic Violence in Green Bay, WI

Mar. 21, 2012 - Verizon highlights its partnership with Golden House through the HopeLine program.

Mother of Five Runs to Freedom from Domestic Abuse

Jan. 27, 2012 - Jennifer Chaudoir started running as a way to cope while suffering through domestic violence. Last year she won 31 races and was named Green Bay's 2011 athlete of the year.

Domestic violence deaths drop in Wisconsin, but Green Bay shelters say abuse cases on rise

Oct. 4, 2011 - Despite a drop in domestic violence related deaths in the state of Wisconsin, Golden House has still had a busy year.

Green Bay Packers, Verizon to collect used cell phones for domestic violence victims

Sep. 27, 2011 - Verizon Wireless and the Green Bay Packers kicked off a campaign Tuesday to collect used phones at home games and retail locations in an effort to fight domestic violence in Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The phones are refurbished or sold with the proceeds used to purchase newer wireless phones for domestic violence survivors. Verizon Wireless will also donate $10 to a local domestic violence shelter. Golden House will recieve the donation for phones recieved between October 2nd and October 9th.

Homeless could feel impact of major cuts to National Emergency Food and Shelter Program

Sep. 6, 2011 - Major cuts to National Emergency Food and Shelter Program resulted in the elimination of grants for Brown County and other Northeastern Wisconsin counties directly affecting area shelters.
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