January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month Human trafficking is the misuse of other people (through buying and selling). This often happens for the purpose of sexual exploitation or forced labor. Child trafficking is the buying and selling of kids under the age of 18. Many youth do not see themselves as victims. Trafficking […]Read Blog Post
Our blog gives our domestic violence advocates a place to share updates within Harbor House's programming, events and collaborations. We are excited to share success stories, facts and news about the work that is being done to end the cycle of abuse in our community!
Kanye West’s behavior is abusive, not romantic. Not allowing your partner to move on, using children and/or grandiose gifts as manipulation, threatening new partners, publicly sharing private conversations, and stalking/harassing while claiming to do it out of love is domestic abuse. The continued escalation of these behaviors is a red flag for lethality. Societal failures […]Read Blog Post
Community outreach is so important to the Harbor House mission. Hmong Outreach Advocate, Xong Lee, shares a story of a chance encounter at a recent “Meet & Greet” event in Appleton: A customer was walking out of Long Cheng Marketplace with her bubble tea when I had stopped her to ask if she had time […]Read Blog Post
The Netflix limited series “Maid” is being praised by many for its authentic portrayal of domestic abuse and violence. The story of the streaming series introduces us to Alex, a young mother, leaving her (emotionally) abusive, alcoholic boyfriend and the struggles she faces to make ends meet. Alex’s journey is a realistic depiction of the […]Read Blog Post