Rainbow House continues to serve our community 24/7, even during the current COVID-19 crisis.  If you are experiencing domestic violence, call our crisis line at (715) 735-6656 or text us at (906) 290-9081‬.

 

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NATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH

National Mental Health Awareness Month in May focuses on bringing tools, resources, and education to the general public.

As a whole, we often misunderstand mental health because it is hard to define. Additionally, mental health includes several areas. These areas involve one’s social, emotional, and psychological well-being. Mental health affects thoughts, feelings, and actions. When one has positive mental health, they are better equipped to handle stress, be more productive, and realize their full potential.

While we focus on our physical well-being, the food we eat, exercise, and getting regular check-ups for vision and dental care, we often forget to take stock of our emotional and psychological needs. Everyday demands take their toll.

If you or someone you know needs to seek assistance check out one of these resources:

Mental Health America
nami.org
mentalhealth.org
National Institutes of Mental Health
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration
American Psychiatric Association

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If you know anyone that had a significant loss of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic and need help with their rent please direct the household to our website to complete the preliminary application.  Newcap will review applications and provide assistance to eligible families on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Our Agency Mission Statement

We believe: No one deserves to be abused be it emotionally, physically, financially, or sexually. Our prime service is the safety and empowerment of all victims and their children.

We Will: Provide prevention, education, and information to communities, families, and schools.

 

 
 

 

24-Hour Crisis Hotline:  (800) 956-6656 • All Services Are Free & Confidential

Wisconsin:  Marinette & Oconto Counties | Michigan: Menominee County