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

campaign-goal-graphicEvery 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 70% of our Capital Campaign goal and aim to have the remainder of it raised by the end of the year. Check back to see our progress!

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Introduction Video

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The Rose Andom Center will 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.

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Recent News

  • MSNBC News Nation with Tamron Hall reporting about the Rose Andom Center. - Denver Mayor Michael Hancock urges domestic violence awareness. Denver Mayor talks about the creation and opening of the Rose Andom Domestic Violence Center. Hancock explains how the death of his sister Karen from domestic violence motivates him.
  • Denver Broncos partner with the Rose Andom Center - ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver Broncos announced a partnership with the Rose Andom Center, which is scheduled to open in Denver in summer of 2015 and will provide services to victims of domestic violence through its wide-ranging support system of both public and private agencies. As part of this relationship, the Broncos have pledged a $150,000... Read more »



“We have a great legacy of collaboration in serving victims of domestic violence in Denver. The Center will enhance our ability to improve the quality of life for people who are impacted by domestic violence.”

Mitch Morrissey
Denver District Attorney