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Introducing: The Theresa Tote!

“I have found the paradox, that if you love until it hurts, there can be no more hurt, only more love.” - Mother Theresa Buy Now The Theresa Tote, whose name was inspired by the life and legacy of Mother Theresa, will be your new favorite handbag. Made of luxurious pebbled leather, this tote is completed by our signature Orange Rose Medallion, and has a function large pocket inside. Mother Theresa is one of the world’s greatest faces of love, compassion, humility, and freedom. We are inspired by her relentless humanitarian efforts and selflessness. Even through her hardships, she believed a simple smile was “the beginning of love.”  Here are some facts on Mother Theresa that makes us such big fans: She...

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November Newsletter from Wisconsin

The Rose Home has had a busy month! We can’t wait to tell you about our participants, events happening around The Rose Home, and how our Outreach team is changing lives. BIRTHDAY WISHES One participant celebrated a birthday in November! The participant loves to create art, so some of the coaches threw her an art-themed party with plenty of crafts. The activities included painting small tiles, making easels out of colored popsicle sticks, and decorating cupcakes with sprinkles and candy. Other homemade treats included a confetti cake and pretzels and rice crispy treats dipped in colored frosting to look like paint brushes. One of the coolest parts of birthdays is that they highlight how much support the girls at The...

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November Newsletter from Alabama

November 2018 has been very eventful for our Alabama Team! We have been seeing growth and breakthrough not only with participants at The Rose Center but also in the community! Things are changing for the better - and fast! Eye Heart World was nominated by the FBI's Mobile Field Office for the FBI Director's Award! This is an annual award given by the FBI to an organization who is making significant impacts in the community. We hold this nomination as an absolute honor in every sense of the word!  The Rose Center was invited to participate in the FBI's quarterly MCEC community meeting held at the FBI headquarters to share about local trafficking and the Rose Center's unique services. We...

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A Thankful Thanksgiving

  Yesterday was a very special day for a very special young lady.  In February of this year, one of the first graduates from our three-month trauma intensive program at the Rose Home moved out of the Rose Home and back in with her mom. When she felt that she was ready to move on, she knew it would be tough. But we were committed to supporting her as much as she needed.  A few weeks ago, she stopped into the office for one of her follow up appointments with her case worker. She beamed as she told a few of our staff members that since she left the Rose Home she got a job, has received two promotions, saved...

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October Newsletter for Wisconsin

The Rose Home turned one year old on October 10! Our first participant to stay at the home has been in the home for one year and is officially one year sober. We are so proud of how far she has come! The other girls in The Rose Home surprised her with her 1-year medallion and cupcakes to celebrate. You can read more about the one-year celebration here. Our Outreach Team had a very busy October. We had five new referrals in just one week--a new record for us! When our referral numbers go up, it can seem like trafficking is increasing in the area, but that’s not the case; it just means that we are reaching more people who...

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