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Rose Andom Center
Mission statement

The Rose Andom Center improves the lives of domestic violence victims by facilitating better access to services and staff of community organizations and government agencies in a single, safe location.

Brief description of services provided

Rose Andom Center houses over 15 different government and community-based agencies that provide a wide array of services for survivors of domestic violence. Clients begin with an intake appointment in which they meet with a Rose Andom Center Intake Specialist to discuss safety concerns and all available services at the Center. From the intake, clients are connected to any/all services they deem beneficial for themselves. While there is law enforcement in the building, clients are never required to interact with those agencies if they do not wish to.

Services: Advocacy (safety planning and support), Children’s Services, Civil Legal (protection orders, divorce/custody, landlord disputes, etc.), Criminal Legal (don’t have to file criminal charges to seek services), Medical (primary care, well-woman, prenatal, etc.), Self-Sufficiency (job skills, debt management, financial literacy), Counseling, and Pathways to Hope (year round mentoring program + camp ages 7-11).

Good to know (internal only)
  • Ages: 14+, under 14 with parental consent – 12yo and younger typically referred to Children’s Advocacy Center
  • No ID/documentation needed, can use alias on intake paperwork.
  • Walk-in services available after 9a.
  • HT survivors must have experienced DV/IPV – does not matter when abuse occurred
  • Children eligible for Children of Survivors group regardless of type of abuse parent experienced
  • Resource Nav cases never “close” – can come back for services whenever
  • Lyft provided to 1st visit, financial assistance from COVA
  • **Outreach to survivor available** 
  • 24-48hr follow-up on voicemails and outreach requests
Service details (internal only)
  • Who to Refer: DV/IPV Survivors & HT Survivors that have experienced DV at any time or were trafficked by a domestic partner, Children of DV/IPV/SA/HT survivors
  • What they Do: Resource Navigation (touch point between services), transportation assistance (rideshare to first appt, then figure out more sustainable transportation), Financial Asst (from COVA), Advocacy (safety planning and support), Self-Sufficiency (job skills, debt management, financial literacy), Referrals to legal, medical, counseling, etc
  • Addt’l Services: Survivor Leadership; Children & Youth Programs – Children of Survivors support group, Pathways to Hope (year round mentoring program + camp ages 7-11)

Services available

Basic Needs Assistance
Financial assistance, Resource navigation
Transportation Assistance
Uber / Lyft account for client use

Additional Information

Ages served
Adults, Unaccompanied minors, Accompanied minors
Genders served
All Genders
Specializations/Sensitive to
Individuals experiencing homelessness, Refugees, Limited English proficient individuals
Language capacity
English, Spanish
Faith-based organization
Insurance required?
Services provided if legal status is unclear

Hours of Operation

9:00 am - 5:00 pm
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
9:00 am - 5:00 pm