The 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. Rowan House provides a spectrum of services including in-house shelter services, outreach, education, prevention, child support, outreach programming, and more. Branches Preventative Education provides school presentations focusing on prevention and resilience as well as community Healthy Relationship Groups and public awareness. The child support program at Rowan House offers specialized programming for children and moms focusing on children who have witnessed violence. These services are available to in-house shelter clients as well as outreach clients. All services operate from a trauma-informed perspective built on the core values of safety, choice, collaboration, trustworthiness, and empowerment.