04 Aug Life on Capitol Hill: Colorado’s first family justice center opens
By Jason McKinney
Life on Capitol Hill Reporter
The Rose Andom Center, Colorado’s first family justice center to serve domestic violence victims, opened June 29 with a special ribbon cutting ceremony attended by Denver Mayor, Michael B. Hancock, and District Attorney, Mitch Morrissey. The Andom Center will provide services and protection to victims of domestic violence in the Denver area and beyond.
“Domestic violence is a terrible, traumatic experience. The Andom Center works to ensure that services are in one easily accessible, safe and welcoming place to the courageous souls who are seeking help,” Mayor Hancock said.Read more