Rose Brooks Center, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 3 3 reviews
P. O. Box 320599 Kansas City MO 64132 USA
The mission of Rose Brooks Center is to break the cycle of domestic violence so that individuals and families can live free of abuse.
end the cycle of domestic violence
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Over 15,000 women, children, and pets.
Geographic areas served:
Rose Brooks Center is about saving lives. Not just protecting the hundreds of women and children who need our emergency shelter to escape immediate danger, but the thousands of families who dream of a life safe from violence – a complete life built on respect, love and compassion. Rose Brooks Center is the leader in innovative domestic violence programs and support. We believe the destructive cycle of abuse can only be broken by offering a full continuum of care including prevention programming, crisis intervention, life skills development, and other supportive and therapeutic services. Our Programs include: • 100-bed Emergency Shelter • First Pet Shelter in the region • Therapy and Counseling • Housing and Economic Advocacy • Children’s Programing • Project SAFE, a school-based violence prevention program • The Bridge Program, a hospital-based advocacy and training program • Lethality Assessment Program with the KCPD • Court Advocacy
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I feel honored to have been a small part of Rose Brooks Center over the past 3 years. This organization strives in making the lives of its women and children better, empowering them to make choices, offering a safe haven of comfort and love, and providing them security during the most difficult time in their lives. What a wonderful program - the people of Rose Brooks are true heroes!
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Living my life with gratitude, appreciation, and thankfulness. I'm not able to do much at Rose Brooks but even if I can indirectly make one woman's day a little easier at shelter, or make one child smile when he otherwise wants to cry, that's what matters
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About every month
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