Golden House: On The Rise Capital Campaign Update

Posted on 8-17-2023

Last year at about this time Golden House staff was preparing to move into their temporary spaces to continue to provide outreach and shelter services as construction on the new facility was preparing to begin. If you have driven down University Avenue recently, you’ve seen the progress.  As construction completion draws near, crews are working on completing resident rooms and finishes throughout the building.

It is clear by the numbers that Golden House will surpass the total number of clients served last year.  As the numbers increase, their commitment to serve more has been faced with the challenge of limited space and two separate locations. Yet, Golden House’s dedicated staff and their vision to serve clients better lies just around the corner in their newly designed space.

These renderings show a resident room in our new facility. A place where those fleeing domestic violence can go to find safety and a comforting space in which to begin their healing journey. Individual resident rooms will accommodate families of many different sizes and will provide families the privacy to walk this journey at their own pace with support and dignity.  

To date, Golden House has provided nearly 4,000 days of shelter to those in need of a safe haven.  They look forward to announcing a date in the near future when their new doors will open to all those in the community who are in need of safety and support from domestic violence.

Naming opportunities remain available for those interested in joining Golden House’s mission to provide safety and support to help those experiencing domestic abuse in our community. Please consider a gift to Golden House’s On The Rise Capital Campaign: Donate 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