Annual Wisconsin Domestic Violence Homicide Report Released

September 23, 2019 by Elise Buchbinder

According to the newly released Wisconsin Domestic Violence Homicide Report, 47 people in Wisconsin lost their lives to domestic violence in 2018. Patti Seger, Executive Director of End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin, announced the release of the report at the Women’s Center in Waukesha today along with Angela Mancuso, Executive Director of the Women’s Center, Landon Nyren, Lieutenant at City of Delafield Police and Buck Blodgett, Executive Director of The LOVE>hate Project.

June 2019 News from End Abuse

June 28, 2019 by Elise Buchbinder

In our June 2019 Newsletter, learn about Pride Month and how our movement seeks to better serve LGBTQ individuals, find the newly updated Homicide Response Plan toolkit for domestic violence programs, read an End Abuse employee's reflections on attending Milwaukee's Juneteenth celebration, and explore NCALL's pre-released video project in conjunction with World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.

May 2019 News from End Abuse

May 31, 2019 by Elise Buchbinder

In our May 2019 Newsletter, find our 2019-2020 Legislative Agenda, explore the latest edition of Coalition Chronicles spotlighting immigration in Wisconsin, read about the continuing legacy of Diane Wolff, and learn more about The Asha Project's international exchange experience in Milwaukee's Sherman Park neighborhood.

2019-2020 Legislative Agenda

May 15, 2019 by Elise Buchbinder

Every two years, End Abuse releases our legislative agenda, which summarizes our priorities for proactive policy and social change to end domestic abuse in Wisconsin. View our legislative priorities in our 2019-2020 Legislative Agenda, designed to function as a comprehensive document and as one-pagers to be used when advocating for specific issues.

Request for Presenters – Northern Training

April 4, 2019 by Elise Buchbinder

End Abuse requests proposals for a presenter to facilitate training for tribal and rural domestic abuse and sexual assault advocates, focused on trauma-sensitive work with survivors of gender-based violence, individuals and communities impacted by trauma, in August 2019. Proposals are due April 29.


April 3, 2019 by Tony Wilkin-Gibart

End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin is in solidarity with Chrystul Kizer, the #FreeChrystul Defense Committee and all those throughout Milwaukee, Kenosha, Wisconsin and the nation who are calling on the district attorney to drop his charges against Chrystul.