SHELTERING MOTHERS HOMELESS AND PREGNANT
Rose Home is an oasis of comfort and shelter for pregnant women who have no other place to stay in the community during their pregnancy and time of recovery. Opened in September, 1986, Rose Home's goal is to bring women into a place of balance while preparing them for motherhood and independence.
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?
All of a residents basic needs are met at no cost to them. Each resident receives weekly case management which aids in exploring educational and job opportunities, referrals for any medical care or physical needs that need to be met and development of life skills. There are mandatory group classes including but not limited to parenting, money management and relationship skills. Counseling is required and referrals are provided for all residents. Residents receive access to transportation through EMARK.
WHO CAN APPLY?
Anyone 18 or older (or legally emancipated) who is homeless and pregnant, drug and alcohol free, and willing to comply with the rules and program at Rose Home.
HOW TO APPLY?
Contact a Birth Choice location and let them know you are interested in shelter through Rose Home. The application process includes an Inquiry Questionnaire to determine eligibility, a pregnancy verification, an application, an in person interview and a UA and hair follicle drug test.
WHAT DOES IT COST?
All services are provided at no charge.
LENGTH OF STAY
Residents and their children may stay at Rose Home until after the delivery of the baby and once safe and affordable housing is secured.