Scott Mason






In January of 2021, Rose Brooks transitioned to a completely virtual format and is now educating service providers from all over the country!
For domestic violence survivors who are also experiencing trauma, feeling safe is very important. Safety affords our bodies and minds the ability to heal.
At Rose Brooks Center, we’ve long understood that comprehensive care also includes the human-animal bond. Which is why in February, Rose Brooks added a four-legged member to the staff, a therapy dog named Cooper.
Our initiatives are centered around three critical pillars to accomplish our mission of breaking the cycle of domestic violence. Inside 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.
What if home isn’t safe? Imagine for a minute, that during this past year your home was a dangerous place. That you and your children were trapped between four walls, 24-hours a day, with the person who emotionally, verbally and physically abused you.

With a New Day

With a new day comes new strength is a personal mantra for many at Rose Brooks Center, and one that encourages us to reflect on our commitments to you, those we serve, and our community.

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