Supporting Victims of Abuse

What is domestic abuse, and how do I recognize it? Domestic abuse is a pattern of behavior designed to gain power and control over another person. Some abusive relationships follow a predictable pattern or cycle of violence. Over time, the cycle tends to tighten – the honeymoon stage shortens and the abuse during confrontation escalates. […]

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Restore Hope Benefit Concert in Support of Solutions Center

Mark your calendars for 7 p.m. Friday, October 16 and bring the family on over to groove along with the Restore Hope Band performing in support of Solutions Center of Fond du Lac. Community Church, N6717 Streblow Drive is hosting, and ReachOut-Solid Grounds Coffee Shoppe and Pizza Ranch are providing the pizza and beverages. All […]

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2015 Bunny Hop Thanks & Results

Solutions Center Thanks Everyone Involved in 2015 Bunny Hop Thank you to all the participants who came out for Solutions Center’s 4th annual Bunny Hop 5K Run/Walk on Easter Saturday at Lakeside Park! The event is held annually during Child Abuse Prevention Month to raise awareness of child abuse in our community and to raise funds […]

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Adopt-A-Family & Baskets of Hope Support Needed

Solutions Center Shelter and Support Services will once again be hosting a Christmas Adopt-a-Family program for its clients and is looking for sponsors. Clients include adults and children who are victims of domestic violence and/or victims of homelessness or impending homelessness. A great majority of those in the program are recent or current residents. Sponsors […]

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Solutions Center Hires Director

Solutions Center Shelter & Support Services, Inc. has hired Nicole Johnson as associate executive director. Johnson most recently served as assistant director at The Bridge to Hope, a domestic violence and sexual assault agency in Menomonie.  She has a bachelor’s degree in sociology with a minor in criminal justice from the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse.  In […]

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Warming Shelter Opens Soon – Volunteer Help & Supplies Are Needed

SOLUTIONS CENTER WARMING SHELTER OPENING NOV. 1 Solutions Center’s warming shelter will open for the season Saturday, Nov. 1, and volunteer help and supplies are needed. “The warming shelter program was established in 2009 in response to a need identified by a number of community agencies, including law enforcement,” said Executive Director Maggie McCullough. “This program […]

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Life Scout Completes Project for Solutions Center

Kyle Holland is one step closer to becoming an Eagle Scout, and Solutions Center is the fortunate benefactor of his hard work and dedication. As a Life Scout with Troop 702 in Fond du Lac, Kyle has his eye on becoming an Eagle Scout in the future. According to Boy Scouts of America, one of […]

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Lemonade Stand Helps the Homeless

Alex Flood and Lily Rauen (shown with Executive Director Maggie McCullough) recently donated $24.95 to Solutions Center after hosting a lemonade stand to “help the homeless.” Thank you, Alex and Lily, for your hard work!

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2nd Annual Men’s Breakfast Scheduled For Aug. 6

Solutions Center’s 2nd Annual Men’s Breakfast is scheduled for 7 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 6, at Trinity, 40 E. Division St. This event, sponsored in part by Agnesian HealthCare, Capelle  & Diedrich Construction and Commonwealth, will benefit the shelters and support services. Solutions Center serves victims of homelessness and domestic violence, operating four shelters, providing domestic violence […]

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St. Lawrence Seminary Students Donate Baby Items

  Students at St. Lawrence Seminary recently donated much-needed baby items for use in our shelters. Baby gates, strollers, sippy cups, pacifiers and bottles are just some of the items the students selected. Shown, from left, are Women’s Shelter Evening Advocate Connie Kuehl; SLS Student Council Advisor Margie Buelow; students Anthony Mensah, Elijah King, Richard […]

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