June 30, 2019

Rosehaven Cookout

Did you know Maryhurst operates a community home in the Clifton neighborhood?

Located in the Clifton neighborhood, Rosehaven serves young women (ages 16 - 21) who have been traumatized by repeated abuse and/or neglect. Using treatment approaches that are grounded in evidence and sensitive to trauma, Rosehaven strengthens life skills through education, employment and volunteer services. The program collaborates with youth to develop their personal identities, healthy decision-making skills, and a sense of self-worth. Rosehaven is often the right in-between step after an intensive residential program but before independent living.

In late June, we hosted a cookout so interested members of our community (neighbors, donors, supporters, etc.) could come see the program and meet the residents. If you'd like to learn more about the Rosehaven program, contact info@maryhurst.org.

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