Rose Brooks Center’s Initiatives
Our initiatives are centered around three critical pillars to accomplish our mission of breaking the cycle of domestic violence. Below you will find Rose Brooks Center’s 2020 Impact Report, representing far more than numbers, they are individual lives impacted by your steadfast support and kindness.
Keeping Families Safe
43,312 nights of safety were provided to 665 adults and children through emergency shelter and housing.
2,169 nights of safety were provided to 60 family pets in our on-site pet shelter.
8,399 individuals in crisis called Rose Brooks Center’s hotline to speak to one of our trained hotline advocates.
A Safer Community
892 patients experiencing domestic violence met with hospital advocates through Rose Brooks’ Bridge Program™, in 12+ hospitals and clinics.
1,548 survivors were helped by court advocates, helping them navigate the legal system while providing advocacy and ongoing support.
2,732 calls to Rose Brooks Center from police on the scene of highly lethal domestic violence situations, as part of a Lethality Assessment Program with KCPD.
Ending The Cycle
385 adults and children reclaimed their lives through individual and group therapy, helping them heal from the trauma of domestic violence.
1,558 students learned about healthy relationships and received therapeutic care through our school-based violence prevention program, Project SAFE®.
550 collective economic and employment advocacy sessions were provided to adults, helping address the financial barriers that keep survivors in dangerous relationships.
171 clients received 519 services both in-person and via telemedicine, including health advocacy and medical care through the SafeCARE health clinic.