The Rose Andom Center is open and available to help you access services. If you or someone you know is in need of services or information please contact us at 720-337-4400 or stop by: 1330 Fox Street Denver, CO 80204.

The Facility is open from 8:00 am- 5:00 pm Monday – Friday, with the exception of holidays. 

Services at the Rose Andom Center are available to all victims of domestic violence who are in need of information and assistance in finding safety for themselves and their children. Through our partner agencies, a wide range of services are available, and victims are encouraged to utilize those services that will best assist them in creating a path toward safety. All programs and staff participating at the Rose Andom Center are committed to providing culturally and linguistically responsive services, where victims are respected and empowered to make the best choices for themselves.

The services at the Rose Andom Center can provide assistance in the immediate aftermath of an abusive incident, and/or as an ongoing resource to address longer-term needs and issues. Victims are not required to report their abuse to law enforcement in order to access services, and there are no fees for services provided at the Rose Andom Center (1330 Fox Street Denver, CO 80204).

Hours of operation will be from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.


Assistance Programs

  • Safety needs – referral and access to shelter services
  • Safety planning
  • Risk assessment
  • Crisis intervention, access to 24-hour hotlines
  • Safe play space for children while parent meets with service providers
  • Basic emergency needs for victims in need (i.e. toiletries)
  • Access to law enforcement
  • Non-acute medical care (Forecasted to be available on site in 2017)
  • Assistance filing protection orders
  • Counseling and advocacy for adults, children and youth impacted by domestic violence
  • Facilitate access to public benefits (i.e. TANF, Medicaid)
  • Advocacy and information regarding the criminal justice system response
  • Assistance with a range of civil legal needs (i.e. custody, child support, bankruptcy)
  • Assistance with job readiness, skill building, job search and referrals
  • Referrals to transitional and permanent housing resources

A variety of additional ongoing support and self-care activities to help victims and their children rebuild safety, stability and hope will be available as scheduling allows. Victims can talk with an Intake Specialist or Advocate to find out about other services and options.