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.

Projected Opening Spring 2014

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 33% of our Capital Campaign goal and aim to have 85% of it raised by December 2013. Check back to see our progress!

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Introduction Video

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The Rose Andom Center will be a welcoming, safe place that will provide one-stop, wrap-around services to fully support domestic violence victims. 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

  • Did you know January is Stalking Awareness Month? -  Stalking is a lethal crime. It affects more than one million women and nearly 400,000 men in America each year. Tragically, seventy-six percent of female homicide victims were also stalked in the year prior to their murder. More than half of these victims reported the stalking to police before being murdered. For more facts about... Read more »
  • The Rose Andom Center – It’s A Team Effort! - The success and development of the Rose Andom Center is due to the generous time and talents of MANY committed individuals, agencies and professionals! Partner Agencies Each of the partner agencies (listed in the footer of each page) have contributed hundreds of hours participating in planning meetings, reviewing documents, and contributing their expertise in moving... 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