Next month, Rose Brooks Center’s original service celebrates 42 years of providing critical care as a lifeline to thousands each year. In 1978, seven board members established a charter to support the community through shelters, hotlines, and education. On August 22, the Rose Brooks Hotline opened as a lifeline for the entire community – a first of its kind.
The term lifeline to describe a hotline is not used lightly. For victims in danger, it provides support, information, individual safety planning, resources, and a reminder that someone is out there who cares – and can help.
If you or someone you know needs to talk, please consider reaching out to this free and confidential lifeline. Rose Brooks is here at 816-861-6100.