Thank you, Peshtigo National Honor Society!

Thank you so much to the Peshtigo National Honor Society for taking up a community collection to help survivors and their children.  We are so very grateful for their generosity and support!

Pictured from left to right, Student Joseph Schield, Rainbow House Staff Florance Padgett, and Teacher Amy Reed

Thank you, St. Thomas Acquinas Academy Elementary in Peshtigo!

We’ve just received notice from our friends at St. Thomas Acquinas Academy Elementary in Peshtigo that as part of their Advent/Christmas project, students collected funds to order items off the Rainbow House Amazon Wish-list.  Items should be arriving later this week.  Thank you so much, students, for supporting survivors of domestic violence and their children in our community!

Thank you, Inferno Fitness!

Inferno Fitness of Marinette did a collection for the Rainbow House during the month of December. They dropped off the much needed supplies today and filled our back hall. Lots of kitchen appliances and gadgets, dishes, towels/wash cloths, paper products, and cleaning supplies, etc.  Thank you for your support!

New Online LGBTQ+ Survivors support group

I wanted to share with you an exciting new group Turningpoint has launched in 2023. This week, we began our LGBTQ+ Survivors support group. This group is designed to bring together LGBTQ+ survivors of intimate partner and/or sexual violence in a healing and transformative way, to discuss the barriers and triumphs of healing from violence as an LGBTQ+ person.
This group is open, meaning anyone may join at any time, and will meet every Tuesday from 6-7:30p via Zoom, to ensure that the group remains accessible and functional for as many participants as possible. We hope to include survivors from all over the state of Wisconsin, and across the country.
If you would like more information, or know survivors or clients who may be interested in this group, please send an email to or visit our website for a description and directions on how to join at

Thank you, Greater Green Bay Community Foundation!

Rainbow House is delighted to announce we received a grant from the Basic Needs Giving Partnership of the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation, a funding collaborative which includes funds from the U.S. Venture Open Fund for Basic Needs, the J. J. Keller Foundation and other community donors.

This award sponsors our agency’s ability to provide the services of a Therapist for survivors of Domestic Violence in Oconto County.  If you are experiencing Domestic Violence, and feel you may need services, please arrange to speak with an Advocate at (715) 735-6656.