Foothills residents may see some new faces representing Rowan House in the community.
Dena Kameka has been supporting the shelter for several years as a grant writing consultant. She has now joined us full-time and will be heading up our Resource Development team (formerly known as Fund Development).
In addition, Tyler Orn is now overseeing residential and community programming for Rowan House. Tyler has worked extensively providing immediate support to families and staff in the midst of acute crisis, specifically in pastoral care in hospital settings, and has a strong understanding of domestic violence and trauma-informed care.
We are proud to welcome them both to our family.
Did You Know?
- In our 2014-2015 fiscal year, Rowan House admitted 227 residents. (98 women and 129 children)
- During this same time 354 people were turned away. (201 women and 153 children)