D Magazine • March 11, 2022
The new outreach facility at 5020 S. Lancaster Rd. will provide life-saving resources and services to the area’s domestic-violence victims.
MySweetCharity • January 17, 2022
Back during the 1990s, when his singing talents and mane of blond hair were making headlines, he created The Michael Bolton Charities “to assist women and children at risk from the effects of poverty as well as emotional, physical and sexual abuse.”
It’s because of this concern and commitment to deal with domestic abuse that 2022 Genesis Luncheon Co-Chairs Beth and Fin Ewing along with Genesis Women’s Shelter CEO Jan Langbein have arranged to bring Michael to North Texas for the 2022 Genesis Luncheon on Thursday, April 14, at the Hilton Anatole.
Dallas Morning News • July 12, 2021
The new center will open in fall 2021 and will have individual and group counseling.
Ezvid Wiki • December 6, 2020
When escaping from an unsafe living situation, many women are left without housing and are unsure of where to turn. Fortunately, there are now more resources than ever to provide assistance.
Dallas Morning News • September 2, 2020
Groundbreaking for the 28,600-square-foot building in the Medical District is planned for next year. The space will include a training institute, a legal justice center and law library, a children’s trauma counseling center and a tech command center.
Dallas Morning News • September 8, 2020
One of the most important causes in our city got a boost last week. In an online fundraising event that featured a keynote address by actress Nicole Kidman, Genesis Women’s Shelter and Support announced plans for a new $15 million facility in the medical district that will expand the charity’s non-residential offerings like counseling and legal assistance.
KERA • September 3, 2020
Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support will build a new $15 million facility to expand non-residential services for survivors of domestic violence. “We’re able, through this larger space, not only to treat more people but to treat them in a better way, with more advanced services,” said Jan Langbein, the organization’s CEO.
NBC5 • September 2, 2020
A Dallas non-profit offering support to women experiencing domestic violence is getting a new home. Genesis Women's Shelter & Support said this move will allow them to help thousands of more women and children.
CBS11 • September 2, 2020
Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support is building a new $15 million facility that they say will double the non-residential number of women and children they can serve each year. The new 28,600 square-foot space will establish evidence-based centers for treatment, advocacy and education.
D Magazine • September 3, 2020
Genesis Women’s Shelter has announced plans to build a $15 million facility in Dallas. The expansion will double the number of women and children served from 3,700 to 7,500 through advocacy, counseling, and legal services, with groundbreaking expected in the spring of 2022, officials said Wednesday at the nonprofit’s virtual luncheon.
Culturemap • September 3, 2020
A women's shelter that has served the Dallas area since 1985 has a new facility in the works that will potentially double its impact: Genesis Women's Shelter & Support will open a new $15 million center that will allow it to double the number of women and children it serves from 3,700 to 7,500.
WFAA • February 17, 2020
Angelina Velis and Grace Risinger are seniors at Ursuline Academy and started an organization to help raise awareness on teen dating violence. One in three teens will experience domestic abuse, yet many stay silent or don’t even realize what is happening.
KERA • February 12, 2020
"The word is going to get out that if you’ve committed domestic violence, you shouldn’t have a gun,” said Langbein.
Mesquite News • January 13, 2020
During the march, organizers will collect donations for the Dallas Area Rape Crisis Center and Genesis Women's Shelter.
WFAA • January 7, 2020
"Our city has once again been reminded of the danger, the lethal nature, the pervasiveness of the issue of domestic violence," said Jan Langbein, CEO of Genesis Women's Shelter and Support.
MySweetCharity • January 3, 2020
Genesis Women’s Shelter And Support hosted its fourth annual An Evening with Gentle Men at the Crow Library. The room was bursting with men and women who share a zero-tolerance policy for domestic violence, led in their passion by Event Co-Chairs Tiffany and Wade Jones and more than 50 host committee members.
Dallas Morning News • December 31, 2019
In Dallas County, Jan Langbein is the CEO of the Genesis Women’s Shelter and chairs the Dallas County Intimate Partner Violence Fatality Review Team, which assesses domestic-violence homicides. Representatives from the courts, various police departments, service providers such as Genesis and The Family Place, plus Child Protective Services and other agencies are all parts of the team.
Houston Public Media • December 12, 2019
For now, programs funded by the Violence Against Women Act are safe. But should Congress decide to stop funding, a number of programs would be at risk of shutting down, said Jan Edgar Langbein, CEO of the Genesis Women’s Shelter.
MySweetCharity • December 9, 2019
At Genesis, one way we empower clients is through gift cards. Gift cards allow them to fill up their tank, make it to a counseling appointment, buy groceries and more, providing them the power to choose how to use the gift and giving options during a time when all choices have typically been stripped away.
MySweetCharity • November 26, 2019
The 27th Annual Genesis Luncheon Chair Leigh Anne Haugh just sent word that on Friday, May 8, Academy Award-winning Nicole Kidman will be the keynote speaker at the Hilton Anatole.
TexasMonthly • October 10, 2019
New York Times best-selling illustrator shares how he lived at Genesis Women's Shelter's emergency shelter as a child, where a counselor gave him his first set of art supplies.
Preston Hollow People • August 8, 2019
Dallas-based OuiPlease, a premier luxury French subscription box in the United States, is launching its new social responsibility initiative called OuiCare starting in September in partnership with Genesis.
Preston Hollow People • August 8, 2019
Comerica Bank will hold its third annual Women’s Business Symposium on Oct. 18 featuring keynote speaker Reshma Saujani, the founder/CEO of Girls Who Code. All sponsorships proceeds will benefit Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support’s mission of ending domestic violence.
My Sweet Charity • July 2, 2019
Terry Crews was busting with man-ism on Friday, May 10, at the Anatole. As guests gathered in the Wedgwood Room for the VIP meet-and-greet, the former NFL player was the consummate man’s man as he talked with Genesis Women’s Shelter CEO Jan Langbein.
My Sweet Charity • July 1, 2019
Leave it to Genesis Women’s Shelter CEO Jan Langbein to find an unusual spot to hold an event. For the invite-only 2019 Genesis Annual Luncheon VIP party on Thursday, May 9, she did it once again.
Dallas Observer • June 18, 2019
When Mike Rawlings took his spot at the center of Dallas City Council's horseshoe-shaped table, the 2011 World Series had yet to break local sports fans’ hearts, Rick Perry was still governor of Texas and Deep Ellum was still Deep Ellum.
Buzzfeed News • June 11, 2019
The Justice Department on Tuesday announced a new push to boost federal gun prosecutions for domestic abusers, highlighting it as part of an effort to address mass shootings. Advocates for domestic violence survivors and gun safety groups say it’s a good step, but won’t make a serious dent unless loopholes are closed that limit whom the feds can take to court.
Dallas Observer • May 21, 2019
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By Diane Dimond • April 27, 2019
Want to reduce the number of mass shootings in the United States? Then let's ramp up efforts to stop domestic abuse. Just as a red flag is raised when a child tortures animals, often a precursor to later criminal behavior, there is plenty of evidence that mass shooters display red-flag behaviors, like aggression and violence against women and children, before they ever pick up a gun and start hunting fellow human beings.