Imagine a place...

A place where domestic violence victims in Denver can be heard and believed. Where they can find the safety, support, and services they need. And where they can obtain a path to rebuild their lives and heal their families.

Rose Andom Center is making this a reality -- all in one place.

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Capital Campaign Goal

Money raised graphic 8 secured 2.9 to go-three stagEvery level of giving is critical to opening the doors of the Rose Andom Center! Become part of a community that will restore hope and safety to victims and their children.  We have currently raised 89% of our Capital Campaign goal and we need your help to raise the final dollars.  Check back here to see our progress!

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Introduction Video

andomvideo The Rose Andom Center helps improve 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.  Learn how Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock and other leaders support the Rose Andom Center's mission to provide a path out of domestic violence. Learn More »

Recent News

  • Rose Andom Center to provide vital services to Denver - Posted Jun 28, 2016 Ben SwansonAssociate Editor, The Rose Andom Center, a flagship community partner of the Denver Broncos, opened its doors Tuesday to begin helping survivors of domestic violence. DENVER — The Rose Andom Center, Denver’s first location to support domestic survivors by housing numerous services and agencies under the same roof, will... Read more »
  • Colorado AG donates $1 million from mortgage settlement to aid domestic violence victims - Monica Mendoza Email- Reporter- Denver Business Journal Money from a landmark mortgage abuse case is helping fund a Denver domestic violence center. Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman announced Tuesday that $1 million collected from the National Mortgage Settlement would go to the Rose Andom Center, a joint effort by community organizations and government agencies to help domestic violence... Read more »

“This Center will be the ‘gold medal’ in our collective movement towards accomplishing the best practices for providing safety and services for adult & child victims and better containment of batterers.”

Dora-Lee Larson
Executive Director, Denver Domestic Violence Coordinating Council