Rosene’s Success House is a planned 17-unit shelter designed as family suites specifically to meet the needs of homeless women and children.
Rosene’s Success House will provide up to two years of shelter while families are given a chance to join with a helping hand and find assistance while overcoming the obstacles that led to their loss of a permanent residence. Training and counseling programs form a core part of the sheltering process.
Groundbreaking on the $2-million facility, located at Baldwin Avenue, is expected to take place in April 2009. When completed, Rosene’s Success House will provide the first permanent, full-service shelter that serves the homeless in the county.
Potential sponsors and donors for all aspects of construction, installation, and services are invited to submit their offerings to the board of directors.