Safe Place To Call Home



Rose Brooks Center’s Economic and Housing Program helps survivors find housing and gain economic stability to build safe homes, free from violence.

This program is provided because survivors deserve a safe place to call home. Rose Brooks Center’s Housing Program accepts referrals primarily through a community-wide “Coordinated Entry” system, described in our new Economic and Housing brochure. Rose Brooks Center helps referred participants overcome barriers and find a home to rent. With staff support, participants decide their priorities throughout the 12-month program. Commonly, participants set, work toward, and accomplish goals. They build money management skills and find work. They also receive rental assistance and have access to services like therapy and legal advocacy. The program gives survivors the time and tools to heal from abuse and work toward a sense of independence.

Along with permanent housing, services include employment advocacy and economic empowerment. Combined, these services address one of the primary barriers survivors face when leaving an abusive relationship – a safe place to call home that is sustainable.


Because we know that 99% of survivors experience financial abuse, Economic Empowerment offers support in repairing the effects of economic abuse, including credit repair, budgeting, and education.


Domestic violence often jeopardizes a survivor’s ability to work and have a steady income to live independently. Employment Advocacy services support survivors through all stages of the employment process, from preparing for a job search to getting and keeping a job.


Rose Brooks Center’s Housing Program is a 12-month program that includes case management, financial planning, job readiness, rental assistance and other optional support as survivors heal and work toward a sense of independence.

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Bridge Program

Serving patients experiencing domestic violence in the safety of local hospitals and clinics.

Children's Programs

Offering a wide variety of services to support the emotional and physical well-being of children who are healing from domestic violence.

Community Training

Since 2001, Rose Brooks Center has been providing quality domestic violence education to the Kansas City community and beyond.

Court Advocacy

Advocating for and guiding survivors through complex court systems.

Economic Empowerment

Helping survivors repair the effects of economic abuse through credit repair, budgeting, and education.

Emergency Shelter

Providing a safe sanctuary where individuals, families, and pets are welcomed, wrapped in support, and can begin to heal.

Employment Advocacy

Employment Advocacy includes developing job interview skills, job search, and ongoing support to survivors in maintaining employment.


Providing confidential support, information, individual safety planning, resources, and more. The 24-hour Hotline is 816-861-6100.


Helping survivors find safe, affordable housing and gain economic stability within a safe home, free from violence.

Onsite Clinic

On-site medical and healthcare services within the safety of emergency shelter.

Pet Shelter

An on-site state-of-the art pet shelter for dogs, cats, and other family pets.

Police Advocacy

Providing advocacy services for victims of domestic violence and education for officers to improve victims safety.

Project SAFE

A school-based violence prevention program working to end the cycle of domestic violence by providing support to youth dealing with violence at home or communities.


Stories about our incredible volunteers and the work they do to support our mission.