Domestic Abuse Organization
Sturgeon Bay, WI
HELP of Door County, Inc.
The mission of HELP of Door County, Inc. is to eliminate domestic abuse through prevention and intervention services and to advocate for social change.
HELP desires to shape a community that:
- is free from domestic abuse
- recognizes the rights and uniqueness of each person
- provides equality of opportunity to all people
When you need help in Door County, call our 24 hour confidential domestic abuse hotline. HELP of Door County, Inc. is a full service domestic abuse center in Sturgeon Bay, WI. Our domestic violence advocates are available for victims, their friends, family, coworkers or anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, information, and referrals.
If you or someone you know is in an abusive situation, call our crisis hotline immediately.
HELP of Door County, Inc. serves:
- Victims of abuse
- Families in crisis
- Children and youth at risk
- Neighbors trying to help
Our services include:
- 24 hour domestic abuse hotline
- Domestic abuse victims’ services
- Older adult services
- Youth and family services
- Family Access Solution (V&E)
Domestic abuse is a crime and may include:
- Emotional abuse
- Sexual abuse
- Physical abuse
- Verbal abuse
- Financial abuse
Using the tactics of blaming, intimidation, coercion, threats, minimizing, isolation, and denial to control and manipulate victims in an intimate or dating relationship.
Contact HELP of Door County, Inc. today at 800-914-3571 or 920-743-8818.
Additional Contact Info: 920-743-8818
Business line: 920-743-8785
HELP Of Door County, Inc. WISH LIST Gas Cards Walmart/Target Gift Cards Wet/Dry Shop Vac Toothbrushes/Toothpaste Shampoo/Conditioner Diapers Persons willing to donate can contact our staff to see about making a tax deductible donation.
Congratulations to Sandy Brown 2013 Anne Kok Social Justice Award RecipientNovember 13, 2013
Congratulations to Sandy Brown Sandy Brown was awarded the 2013 Anne Kok Social Justice Award for her ongoing commitment to social justice and tireless work establishing, maintaining, and growing Door County PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays), the first organization of its kind in Door County. In addition she spent 4 years as PFLAG National Vice-President and Chair of the Regional Directors. Believing that all people have a right to basic human dignity, she dreamed of such an ...