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Rose Andom Center opens doors to help domestic violence victims

Author: Ramsey Scott - July 17, 2016 - Updated: July 17, 2016

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When the Rose Andom Center opened its doors to the public in late June, it marked the end of more than a decade of work to make the state’s first family justice center a reality. The center, located at 1330 Fox Street, will provide survivors of domestic violence a way to access services ranging from social services to help provide temporary housing and counseling to filing charges against their abuser as well as obtaining a protection order. Having those services under one roof is a substantial change from how most cities in the state and country have traditionally operated.

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Ramsey Scott

Ramsey Scott

Ramsey Scott is a Legislative Reporter and Producer for The Colorado Statesman.