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THE COALITION TO END RELATIONSHIP ABUSE REMEMBERS

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YANG LIU

MINNESOTA'S 5TH CONFIRMED VICTIM OF INTIMATE PARTNER HOMICIDE IN 2020.


On March 10, Yang Liu, 40, was shot and killed by her husband, John Wiseman, 54, in their Maple Grove home. When police officers arrived at the home, multiple witnesses reported Yang and Wiseman had a "volatile" relationship, and they often fought over "money and fidelity." Witnesses described Wiseman as wealthy and mentioned that the couple owns businesses in China. Wiseman also has homes in Minnesota, Nevada, and China. Police were also notified by witnesses that Wiseman was seeking a divorce, but did not want to contribute to a divorce settlement because he, "earned this." Inside the home, police found a letter showing that Wiseman met with an estate planner in February, along with a passport and hidden cash. John Wiseman has been charged with second-degree murder of Yang Liu.


PAULINE HOLLMAN

MINNESOTA'S 6TH CONFIRMED VICTIM OF INTIMATE PARTNER HOMICIDE IN 2020.


On March 10, Pauline Hollman, 58, died from injuries sustained when her boyfriend, Michael Cloutier, 65, stabbed her last month. On February 15, officers responded to a call at a Minneapolis apartment from a man saying someone broke in and stabbed his girlfriend. Cloutier, who lived in the apartment with Pauline, initially denied calling 911 when police arrived. However, upon entering the apartment, officers found Pauline lying on an air mattress in a pool of dried blood. Cloutier became upset and combative with police, and he was taken into custody where he later confessed to the stabbing. Since the blood on the air mattress was dried, authorities believe Pauline was left untreated for several hours. Pauline was transported to a hospital for emergency surgery, but eventually died on March 10. While Michael Cloutier was originally charged with assault, the charges have since been amended to homicide. 


STRONGER TOGETHER

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A support group for people who have experienced harmful relationships.

Focusing on: self-empowerment, healing, coping strategies, and making healthy changes.

Find support in a healthy, safe environment.


Tuesdays 6:00-7:00 PM


Due to COVID-19 and practicing social distancing, support group will now be held via ZOOM. 

For more information or a ZOOM invite, please contact Kate. 


kate@northshorehorizons.org


North Shore Horizons

127 7th Street

Two Harbors, MN 55616


Call with questions: 218-834-5924

The Reality of Domestic Violence

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Physical abuse is not bound by age, socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion or nationality; it exists in all communities.

 

Women who are sexually abused by intimate partners suffer severe and long-lasting physical and mental health problems, similar to those of other rape victims. 


Source:  https://ncadv.org/statistics 

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 The single best predictor of children becoming either perpetrators or victims of domestic violence later in life is whether or not they grow up in a home where there is domestic violence.  


 Boys who witness domestic violence are twice as likely to abuse their own partners and children when they become adults.  


Source:  https://www.domesticshelters.org/articles/statistics/children-and-domestic-violence 

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A study of intimate partner homicides found that 20% of victims were not 

the intimate partners themselves, but family members, friends, neighbors,

 persons who intervened, law enforcement responders, or bystanders.


72% of all murder-suicides involve an intimate partner; 

94% of the victims of these murder suicides are female.


 Source:  https://ncadv.org/statistics  

Safety Alert

Your abuser can monitor your use of your computer and the internet. Find a safe computer away from home such as the library, friend’s house, shelter, or work. If you are in danger, call 911 or the Minnesota Domestic Violence Crisis Line at 1-866-223-1111 if you are in Minnesota or call National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233). 

Helping Survivors of Violence

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How We're Helping

How We're Helping

How We're Helping

We are a nonprofit organization committed to providing advocacy and support to victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. 

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How You Can Help

How We're Helping

How We're Helping

We are in the process of revising our Volunteer Opportunities. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact us. 

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Thank You

How We're Helping

Thank You

Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. 

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North Shore Horizons

127 7th Street, Two Harbors, Minnesota 55616, United States

(218) 834-5924

Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Saturday - Sunday: Closed


Email: info@northshorehorizons.org

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