Our Mission at the Rowan House Emergency Shelter is to provide crisis intervention, long-term support and education for those affected by family violence in rural communities.
That every person is safe and secure and lives without abuse.
Rowan House Trauma Informed services take into account an understanding of trauma in all aspects of service delivery. Safety, trustworthiness, choice, collaboration and empowerment are the core values at Rowan House.
Rowan House Emergency Shelter General Brochure (download)
Rowan House Society Community Programming Brochure (download)
RHS 2016 Report to the Community (download)
ROWAN HOUSE SOCIETY BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Chris Tulloch, Chairperson
Leslie MacRae-Krisa, Vice Chair
Betty Foran, Treasurer
Louise Wasylenko, Secretary
Anna-Marie Plante, Director
Kim Anderson, Director
Sue Stefan, Director
Ashley Ness, Director
Sherrie Botten, Executive Director
Jocelyn Kolkman, Director
Cheryl Bryk, Director
Rowan House is an engaged member of the Alberta Council of Women's Shelters working together to provide families leading edge care in domestic violence services.