2019 Golden House Community Impact – by the Numbers

Posted on 7-09-2020

Your support of Golden House gives victims of domestic abuse compassion, support, and hope for the future. Because of you, they feel heard, learn to trust themselves, and discover their true potential.

Healing a Community – By the Numbers:

131 people find strength in numbers during a survivor’s support group

8,872 services provided

1,188 outreach clients helped 

453 victims have stayed in shelter

396 children learn what real strength is from an adult they could trust

1,469 victims find support through intervention and support services

110 survivors found support through our mental health therapy services

5,385 hotline calls

80 survivors secured safe and stable housing through our Safe Home Model

“Thanks to all of you today, I feel good about myself. I am free of someone that was harming me and thanks to your help it is in the past. God bless you for continuing to help more women.”

– A Survivor


Golden House

The mission of Golden House is to provide safety and support for victims of domestic abuse while leading efforts to end domestic violence in our community.

Golden House is a comprehensive domestic violence program serving victims in Brown County. As a private, non-profit founded in 1979, we respond to the needs of victims and educate our community on the prevalence, effects, and prevention of domestic abuse.

Our free and confidential services include:

  • Safety: Safety Planning, Crisis Counseling, Restraining Orders, & More
  • Support: Mental Health Therapy, Support Groups, Parent Mentoring, & More
  • Housing: Emergency Shelter, Flexible Safe Home Support, & More
  • Prevention Education: Healthy Relationships, Childhood Domestic Violence, & More