COVID-19 and Domestic Violence Bulletin

For people dealing with domestic violence, home is not a safe place. Mandates to quarantine may keep you safe from a pandemic, but can be deadly when you live with an abusive partner. Domestic violence spikes during times of stress and economic hardship. Violence can be less predictable and more severe. The following PDF is a quick bulletin with tips on how to best handle a domestic violence situation during this time.

COVID 19 Bulletin for Rainbow House

Thank You M&M Area Community Foundation!

Rainbow House Domestic Abuse Services is pleased to announce receiving a $5,000 grant from the Community-Wide Endowment held at the M&M Area Community Foundation. The award will be put towards our Survivor Emergency Fund to help survivors of domestic violence have access to resources and services to create a sense of security, and empowerment in their lives.

Thank you, Outback Open Mic Night!

Thank you, Outback Open Mic Night, for your kindness in supporting our mission.  We appreciate you!
Pictured from left to right:
Melissa Haidle – Outback Bar Owner
Alexis Powell – Rainbow House Child/Teen Advocate
Paul Matty – Open Mic Night Event DJ/
Amount raised at event: $366.00