Rose Brooks Center’s three foundations of care are at the core of our most recent strategic plan. They help us establish structure throughout our programming, and allow us to accomplish our mission of breaking the cycle of domestic violence.
For nearly 45 years, Rose Brooks Center has provided safety and supportive services to hundreds of thousands of individuals, as we continue to offer programs that remove barriers for those seeking safety. We work with our community partners such as law enforcement, the legal system, and medical community to change how we respond to the needs and challenges survivors of domestic violence face. And we teach and mentor our community’s children with the hope of stopping domestic violence before it starts, while providing education to all survivors and helping them heal from the trauma of violence.
We are honored to be here for those who need us most — survivors and victims of domestic violence — regardless of where they are in their journey.
Foundations of Care
Keeping Families Safe provides a lifeline of support for victims and survivors, as well as safe housing and shelter where individuals, families, and pets find healing and a new beginning.
Creating a Safer Community extends critical services into the surrounding community — in places such as hospitals, courts, and alongside law enforcement.
Ending the Cycle addresses violence prevention through early intervention, education, therapy, and health services, while offering tools to establish income stability for survivors.