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Contact a Domestic Abuse Shelter

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Brown County

Golden House - Green Bay
920-432-4244 crisis
877-431-4321 toll-free
920-435-0100 business 
920-432-4244 TTY
www.goldenhousegb.org

Calumet County

Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs-Calumet County Outreach - Chilton
800-970-1171 toll-free
920-849-7819

Door County

HELP of Door County, Inc. - Sturgeon Bay
920-743-8818 crisis
800-914-3571 toll-free
920-743-8785 business
www.helpofdoorcounty.org

Manitowoc County

Manitowoc County Domestic Violence Center - Manitowoc
920-684-5770 crisis
920-684-4661 business
920-684-5770 TTY
www.dvconline.net

Marinette County

Rainbow House Domestic Abuse Services, Inc. - Marinette
800-956-6656 toll-free
715-735-6656 business
www.TheRainbowHouse.us

Oconto County

Rainbow House Domestic Abuse Services-Oconto County Outreach - Oconto
800-956-6656 toll-free
920-834-5299 business
www.TheRainbowHouse.us

Outagamie County

Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs, Inc.
Appleton, WI
920-832-1666 crisis
800-970-1171 toll-free
920-832-1667 business
www.harborhouseonline.org

Winnebago County

Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services - Neenah
920-235-5998 or 920-729-6395 - crisis
800-261-5998 toll-free
920-729-5727 business
920-235-5998 TTY
www.christineann.net

On the Web

Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence - Where to Find Help
http://www.wcadv.org/gethelp/search

National Hotlines (Toll-free)

National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-SAFE (800-799-7233)
1-800-787-3224 for TTY

Dating Violence Hotline
1-866-331-9474
1-866-331-8453 for TTY

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