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Actress Robin Givens Opens Up to FOX4 on Surviving Domestic Violence
Robin Givens, actress, author and domestic violence survivor was the celebrity guest speaker at the Newhouse annual gala, House Party 2017: Dreaming of a Bright Future! Fox4 was given an exclusive TV interview with Ms. Givens before the event. View video online.

Action News 41: #DVAMturns30
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Vicki Kraft, President/CEO and Sandy Batesel, owner Cryo Clinic, work to raise awareness and promote the upcoming gala, House Party 2017: Dreaming of a Bright Future with celebrity guest speaker, Robin Givens. View video online.


Summer 2018 Newsletter
After 20 years of service, Bridgette Mavec, EVP of Clinical Services, noticed that residents and clients were suffering with long-term issues. Staff struggled with a timely treatment plan while individuals were in their care. She recalled reading about a treatment used largely in mental health centers, “Dialectical Behavioral Therapy,” or DBT. Reports claimed that it worked quickly and was successful in some hard-to-treat mental health disorders. Additionally, it promoted normalization in dysregulated individuals, providing a solution that teaches survivors to respond to difficult situations instead of reacting in an emotional way.
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Spring 2018 Newsletter
50 hotline calls from individuals whose lives are at risk. That’s what an 8 hour shift for an Advocate at Newhouse can look like. For the callers on the other end of the line, Newhouse’s Advocates Kaitlin, Raeonna (Rae) and Austen offer a bridge to a better life.

Newhouse provides a 24-hour hotline and domestic violence shelter 365 days a year. Hired staff and volunteers, called Advocates, are trained to aid individuals and families who need shelter. When these survivors arrive at Newhouse, Advocates provide comfort and care to traumatized people who often leave home with no personal belongings.
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November 2017 Newsletter
Every 9 seconds, someone in the U.S. is assaulted or beaten. Newhouse offers safe shelter to survivors of domestic abuse. Individuals and families are provided food, clothing, a place to sleep, education and therapy to assist them in breaking the cycle of violence and live a life free from abuse.

There is no cost for the services and programs that these individuals receive. We rely on the generosity of the community – it’s that simple.
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October Newsletter, Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Domestic Violence Awareness Month Turns 30! #DVAMturns30
Thirty years ago this awareness initiative was launched as a way to connect and unite individuals and organizations working toward the same goal. Over the last three decades, much progress has been made to support domestic violence victims, to hold abusers accountable, and to create and update legislation to further the cause.
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2014 Newhouse Annual Report

2015 Newhouse Annual Report

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