Golden House Launches $9.4 million “On the Rise Campaign”

Violence happens daily in the homes and streets of our community. Last year in Brown County, law enforcement responded to more than 900 reported incidents of domestic violence.

That’s why Golden House is here. When victims decide enough is enough, they turn to Golden House for shelter, compassion, resources and healing. Sadly, the number of Brown County residents seeking help to break the cycle of violence continues to grow, with Golden House consistently at or over capacity.

Golden House is inviting you to help them improve their ability to serve those in need, by contributing to their $9.4 million “On the Rise Campaign.”

This funding will allow Golden House to build a 34,000-square-foot facility with additional space for client programming and emergency and residential living space.

Learn more about the campaign, and how you can help, HERE.

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