Opened in September 1986, the mission of Rose Home is to protect life by providing a safe haven to homeless pregnant women and their children while empowering them to become self-sufficient.
WHAT SERVICES DOES ROSE HOME OFFER?
Each resident receives weekly case management which aids in exploring educational and job opportunities, securing referrals for any medical care or physical needs that need to be met, and finding resources to help residents overcome obstacles they are facing. There are mandatory groups including but not limited to parenting, substance abuse recovery, money management, and relationship skills. Counseling is required and referrals are provided for all residents. Residents receive access to transportation through EMBARK.
WHO CAN APPLY?
Anyone 18 or older (or legally emancipated) who is experiencing homelessness, pregnant, and willing to comply with the rules and program at Rose Home.
HOW TO APPLY?
Contact a Willow Pregnancy Support location and express interest in Rose Home. A questionnaire is completed over the phone to determine eligibility and then an appointment is set up to complete an application, in-person interview, pregnancy verification, and drug test.
WHAT DOES IT COST?
All services are provided at no charge.
How long can I stay?
Residents and their children may stay at Rose Home up to 90 days after the delivery of the baby and once safe and affordable housing is secured.